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  • Pond Netting: Protecting People, Birds, Water, and Investments


    pond nettingPond netting protects people, water sources, and migratory birds from some of the potentially harmful effects of development and industry. Governed by the oldest wildlife protection laws in the country, the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, was established in 1919, protects birds from human activities. Here are a few ways pond netting can be used to protect water supplies, people, birds, and pocketbooks.

    Protect Water

    Development changes the land. It may mean more retail establishments, single family homes, and streets. Each of those things are harder than what was likely there before—spongy soil, trees, and plants. Continue reading

  • Pigeon deterrent spikes are ideal at keeping pigeons off buildings

    pigeon controlRegrettably, pigeons and buildings are almost synonymous. And many a building/owner/manager has had to deal with the costly and destructive nature of these “rats with wings.” Pigeon droppings are not only unsightly but destructive, eating into wood, plastic, vinyl and stone surfaces. Removing these droppings can be difficult and expensive.

    Pigeons Cause Extensive Damage

    Pigeon nests, droppings and feathers often block gutters and rainwater pipes, causing water damage. The nuisance birds will lift loose roof coverings, tiles and battens to gain entry into roof voids. Rainwater is then free to enter, creating wood-rotting fungi, which then attracts insects, resulting in further damage. Pigeon nesting materials, feathers and droppings often block parapet gutters and hopper heads, allowing water to enter a building. This can lead to the growth of decay organisms, resulting in even more damage. Continue reading

  • Keep Gulls Off Boats & Marinas

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    Effective, Humane Marine Bird Control

    There’s no denying that today's marinas and boats take a lot of abuse from pest birds. With their many lofty perching points, boats and marinas provide ideal places for waterfowl looking for a vantage point for their next meal.  While this may be great for birds, it can create all sorts of problems for today’s boat owners and marinas.

    Bird Droppings/Nests Deface and Damage

    Besides nesting and dive-bombing people for food, pest birds leave behind pounds of unsightly droppings on docks, boathouses, supply huts, signage, light fixtures, rooftop HVAC units and rain gutters. The acidic nature of bird droppings can “eat” into most materials, including wood, metal, canvas, plastics and composites, even stonework. Unless bird droppings are promptly removed, these surfaces can be defaced and damaged.   Continue reading

  • Get rid of pigeons with pigeon deterrents

    pestbirdsFeral pigeons are the most prolific urban pest bird in the world, causing millions of dollars in damage annually. They multiply rapidly and their droppings and nests attract more pigeons. The corrosive uric acid in their droppings can eat into paint, metal, plastic vinyl and even stone. Their feathers, nests and droppings can wreak havoc with rooftop ventilators, AC units, solar panels, skylights, drain spouts and rain gutters, causing all sorts of costly damage. In addition to physical damage, the bacteria, fungal agents and ectoparasites found in pigeon droppings can create a serious health risk. Finally, there’s simply the cost of cleanups as droppings gather to deface signage, windows, walls, entryways and doors—another ongoing maintenance expense. Continue reading

  • Protect your home from pest pigeons with pigeon spikes

    keep pigeons offThe feral pigeon is often the pest bird that needs to be deterred. The conflict with the pigeon is usually when they invade the home. The bird flu and other transmittable diseases are known to be associated with pigeons. Another major concern is the damage the pigeon creates on the property. In urban areas and most cities, the supply of food all year long for these pests is why they are going to settle on your home and other structures on your property. It is a comfortable habitat for their breeding and other natural habits. Pigeons lay eggs up to six times per year. This means the pigeons are capable of multiplying rather quickly if left to do so. Continue reading

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