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Product Insights: Bird solutions

March 2, 2020 By
Seven industry suppliers talk about their bird control products that can assist pest management professionals on the job. Read more»
Learn the ins and outs of lift safety before taking on a big job like this, installing bird repellent dishes on the roof tiles of a pier structure. PHOTO: BIRD BARRIER

Build your bird business

March 2, 2020 By
Whether you focus on subcontracting or taking it in-house, experts agree: Do your homework first when it comes to bird control. Read more»
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Expert bird control advice

March 2, 2020 By
Is bird control right for your company? Experts share bird control advice for adding the service and learning proper procedures. Read more»
Blue Ridge Wildlife & Pest Management Technician Jason Davis installs Bird-Shock Flex-Track on the roof of the National Museum of African American History & Culture. PHOTO: BLUE RIDGE WILDLIFE & PEST MANAGEMENT

Protecting our national heritage from pest birds

March 2, 2020 By
Learn how Blue Ridge Wildlife & Pest Management provides the bird control services for the National Museum of African American History & Culture. Read more»
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Study: Hairy situation creates toeless pigeons

December 18, 2019 By
French scientists studied pigeons in urban areas that don't have a full set of "toes." These toeless pigeons appeared in neighborhoods with hair salons. Read more»
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The sort-of squirrelly bird catches the headline

October 24, 2019 By
It has not escaped our attention that a variety of instances where birds are just being birds has been making the news lately. Take, for instance, the following: When male birds put in the work, happiness ensues: Inverse.com reports on... Read more»
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How to prevent birds from colliding with buildings

June 5, 2019 By
Here are some tips for things that can reduce the chance of bird collisions with buildings from the digital marketing consultant for Bird-X. Read more»
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Test your bird knowledge

April 18, 2019 By
Use these questions to see how much you really know about birds and bird control. Editor’s Note: Questions for this bird test were contributed by: Stuart Aust; Dr. Gary Bennett, BCE; Judy Black, BCE; Doug Foster; Dr. Faith Oi; Mark... Read more»
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Bird control is a public service

April 17, 2019 By
The most famous bird strike in America occurred 10 years ago, when Pilot Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger landed a passenger jet in New York’s Hudson River after Canada geese disabled both engines. His skill and experience saved all 155 people on... Read more»
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10 steps for improving your bird control revenue

April 11, 2019 By
Creating a revenue stream from bird control service is one thing; maintaining wealth from this offering is quite another. Where does your bird management service fit in? If you’re a pest management professional (PMP) who wants to get serious about... Read more»
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