The Tar Heel State has some serious pest bird problems.
North Carolina’s Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services recently issued new mandates to protect the state’s poultry farms from an outbreak of bird flu. One of the biggest concerns is free-range chickens and turkeys, for unlike poultry house birds, free-range animals are easily exposed to the droppings of wild birds. Poultry in North Carolina is an $18 billion industry, employing approximately 100,000 people. Officials say the bird flu would be absolutely devastating to North Carolina.
Starlings (aka Black Birds) are very common throughout North Carolina, especially in the Triangle area. Starlings often nest in buildings, and they will fly down into rooftop exhaust vents. The small birds will lay eggs, hatch babies, and the babies will die. This not only results in a bad smell but the nesting materials can clog vents and pose a fire hazard. While not as “dirty” as pigeons, starling droppings can build up and lead to structural damage, bacteria and parasites.
For Wild Birds
The Bird-Hazing System releases a light haze of EcoBird 4.0. Made with Methyl Anthranilate, a non-toxic, EPA approved food-grade ingredient irritates a bird’s mucous membranes, forcing them to leave.
Bird B Gone’s Solar Bird Chase Super Sonic broadcasts distress and predator calls that intimidate starlings and other birds. And unlike ultrasonic devices, the Bird Chase device emits sounds birds can actually hear. Being solar powered means the device can easily placed wherever birds flock—like rooftops and trees.
Bird-B-Gone offers the largest network of authorized bird control installers in the Nation. We have installers in every state that have been trained on all aspects of bird control, from bird behavior to which products to use for your particular bird problem. Bird B Gone Authorized Product Installers have successfully completed our rigorous training at Bird B Gone University and are certified to install our professional grade bird deterrents.