The Peach State has enough pest birds to cause concern among commercial property owners.
Non-native common pigeons damage commercial buildings, rooftop HVAC units and drainage systems. These “rats with wings” often carry diseases, and their droppings can create slip-and-fall hazards around commercial property.
Equally problematic are sparrows, for their nests in electrical areas can cause shorts and fires, and their flocks in poultry and hog farms pose serious feed contamination threats, since they can carry any of 25 diseases and ectoparasites.
Starlings deface and deteriorate structures, contaminate livestock feed, clog machinery and cause rooftop drainage problems. They also carry diseases, including encephalitis, histoplasmosis and ornithosis.
With over 16 different types of bats in Georgia, one can expect to find them in commercial warehouses and dark, lofty storage areas.
Stainless Steel Bird Spikes won’t allow birds to land. Available in 1-, 3-, 5- and 8-inch splay widths, the spiked strips provide increasingly wider areas of protection. Made in the USA, the spikes come with a 10-year guarantee.
For Starlings & Sparrows
The Solar Bird Chase Super Sonic broadcasts distress and predator calls that intimidate starlings, sparrows and other birds. And unlike ultrasonic devices, the Bird Chase device emits sounds birds can actually hear. To deter entire flocks in semi-enclosed areas, Bird B Gone’s Bird-Hazing System releases a light haze of Methyl Anthranilate, a non-toxic, EPA approved food-grade ingredient that irritates a bird’s mucous membranes.
The Sonic Shield™ uses a motion sensor to detect any bat crossing its zone of protection, activating flashing LED lights and loud barking dog sounds to create an effective deterrent.
Bird-B-Gone is the world’s largest manufacturer and distributor of bird control products, providing effective and humane solutions to a bird-free environment. The company provides advice, training and installation services in every state for those who need help with these and other bird control measures.