Sick of going on a wild goose chase every time these large, invasive birds come to town? Geese have a reputation for being noisy, messy and oftentimes aggressive. And, because they can adapt to almost any place that offers grass,…
While birds may be pleasant guests to have in your backyard or garden, they can easily become a long-term nuisance when they stake a claim in your shed or garage. Often undetected for weeks or months at a time, birds will build scrappy new nests year-round when you least expect them. Here are a few ways to successfully keep birds outside of your buildings.
The sounds of birds chirping in the midst of the morning light can be a calming sound to wake up to, but can soon be the cause of a more troublesome encounter as those calming birds are soon invading your shed or garage. Often hard to detect, birds are agile in finding a protected and tranquil new home to nest in. In order to combat your new tenants, here are some ways to rid off your new intruders.
- Throw a net
- Make some noise
- Spray them away
If you’re a property manager, you are responsible for overseeing maintenance and providing a pleasant experience for your tenants. If a bird problem is not acted on, then harm may result to those renting the property. Pest birds can be disruptive, cause residents to complain or prevent possible tenants from moving in. Here are just a few ways you can keep birds off of their property:
Buying fruit from the grocery store can be expensive! Berries can be especially expensive because they have a quick expiration date and require extra care so they do not get damaged. Growing your own berries is easier than you think and can save you money in the long run. These tips for how to grow berries can help you make the most of your own personal berry garden.