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Tag: Bird-X

Bird-X Lasers

Bird-X: Lasers

June 17, 2016 By
The Bird-X Laser for Indoors and the Bird-X Laser for Outdoors are designed to deliver state-of-the-art laser technology, scaring pest birds and keeping them away. Red and green laser beams seek out bird roosting spots, which alarm and confuse the... Read more»
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Bird-X Drone

Bird-X: ProHawk UAV

January 8, 2016 By
The brand-new ProHawk UAV drone features fully autonomous flight, meaning limited man-hours. This is the first drone created specifically for bird control to offer this feature. The operator instead sets a GPS flight path with the included software, selecting the... Read more»
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Bird-X weighs in on WNV-bird link

November 5, 2015 By
Editor’s Note: According to a Nov. 4 News.Discover.com article, the West Nile virus (WNV) is “decimating” U.S. native bird populations. Chicago-based bird control product manufacturer Bird-X has issued a response as follows: The disease people typically thought of as a human and... Read more»
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GooseBuster PRO

Bird-X: GooseBuster PRO

July 15, 2015 By
The new single-speaker GooseBuster PRO humanely scares geese away from areas up to 1.5 acres, building on the success of the larger, four-speaker Original GooseBuster. Featuring the world’s first actual alert and alarm calls naturally recorded in the wild, the... Read more»
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Herons Become Pest Birds in New York

July 24, 2014 By
LINDENWOOD, NY—The NY Daily News reports that locals found herons migrating into the neighborhood a few weeks ago, “believed to be yellow-crowned night herons.” The birds left feces all over buildings, nested in fire escapes, and destroyed air conditioners with... Read more»
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May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month

May 7, 2014 By
CHICAGO—Bird-X has distributed the following release to the public: Lyme Disease is exclusively transmitted by deer ticks (Ixodes scapularis), who’ve earned their name by regularly parasitizing deer. Also known as black-legged ticks, these pests are also regularly found on animals... Read more»
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Bird-X: Bed Bug Alert

March 27, 2014 By
Bed Bug ALERT Monitors consist of a clear plastic shell with a special lure adhesive board in the center. The active lure contains semiochemicals that attract nearby bed bugs into the monitor, where they become stuck and easily visible to... Read more»
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Bird-X investigates: Why are seagulls suddenly so angry?

March 25, 2014 By
CHICAGO—Laridaphobia (the intense fear of seagulls) may become a common term soon enough, as the number of seagull attacks reported in the news rises worldwide. But has anything really changed? Bird-X, Inc. investigates. In mid-March 2014, a woman in the... Read more»
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Tips and Tricks: 10 tips for installing stainless steel bird spikes

October 1, 2013 By
By Chrissy Hansen Technical Writer, Bird-X, Inc. One of the most effective, long-lasting, low-maintenance bird control solutions is the stainless steel bird spike. Stainless steel bird spikes have been used for years on buildings and structures worldwide to prevent pest... Read more»
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Bird-X joins GSA

July 9, 2013 By
CHICAGO—Bird-X has joined the GSA Advantage program to bring pest bird control solutions directly to federal facilities and institutions – cutting out the costs and inefficiencies of “middleman” resellers. The U.S. General Services Administration is a tool to help government... Read more»
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