Pest birds are often a problem in residential areas as well as commercial areas. But there are also other four-legged unwanted pests such as deer, gophers, chipmunks, skunks, possums, raccoons, squirrels and moles. Continue reading
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After you have spent the last few weeks or months sowing garden seeds, thinning the seedlings, and fertilizing and watering your plants, you expect and deserve a bountiful harvest. But as soon as the first edible fruits and vegetables appear, you may find yourself watching birds, rodents, and other animals decimate your garden right before your eyes.
It’s inevitable for wild animals to be attracted to the fruits of your hard labor, but you don’t have to share with them. To keep birds and rodents away from your plants, we recommend the installation of garden netting. It’s easy to do, and you can protect your harvest effectively without harming the animals. Continue reading
Garden bird netting is not just for the backyard garden. There are many effective ways to use this netting to keep the swallows away. The Barn Swallows are very adaptable and it is why you find them feeding in open fields, parks, meadows, ponds, coastal waters and roadway edges. Their nests are very easy to spot. They will build their mud nests under the eaves, in and on barns, bridges, inside sheds and almost any man-made structure. They do not differentiate between homes and businesses. Continue reading
At Bird B Gone, we know that birds are a common part of life no matter where you live. Watching birds out your living room window on a spring day is a great way to relax and enjoy the beauty Mother Nature has to offer. Watching nestlings prepare for their first flight, geese fly south for the winter, or birds of prey soar majestically overhead can be one of life's great pleasures. While birds are beautiful to watch soar through the air, they can pose serious problems if they enter your warehouse. Continue reading
If you own a business, you know that there are a number of threats you will need to deal with on a daily basis. From competing companies opening up a shop near yours to market fluctuations overseas which increase the price of the raw materials you use, running a business is anything but easy. While you know that you will need to face threats from competitors and the global market, your business school education or internships probably never taught you about the dangers of the common sparrow. Yes, as dangerous as increasing oil prices and stiff competition can be, the common sparrow can be more dangerous than all of them. Want to know why? Here is everything you need to know about the common sparrow, along with simple (and inexpensive) ways to eliminate the threat. Continue reading