Birds may find their way into our homes or more specifically our attics. If we take the right precautions unwanted birds won’t be a problem for our homes. Here are three ways to prevent birds from getting into your attic.
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.
It’s almost impossible to feel sad when looking at the tall, happy stalks of sunflowers. However, you may even shed a tear or two when you see the damage left behind from a few hungry birds who’ve picked apart your sunflower garden. Birds love the seeds from this flower, even if they haven’t yet ripened. Don’t let these pest birds ruin your happy garden, though. Apply these tactics to keep hungry beaks away from your sunflowers.
Airports are a hub of cultural diversity and travel. The emotions in the air are a mix of excitement and frustration. That frustration comes from delayed flights and technical issues like birds flocking to your tarmac, posing a risk for takeoff. Learn how to clear your tarmac of birds and keep your customers happy.
- Set Up Bird Netting
- Lay Around False Predators
- Hang Reflective Material
Strawberries are delicious, which is probably why you’re growing them. Now, let’s imagine you’re a bird and you see beautifully lined rows of red, juicy strawberries ripe for the picking. Do you think you would have second thoughts about diving in for a snack? Not likely, but Avian Enterprises is here to teach you how to keep them away.