The Peace Garden State has a number of pest bird problems.
According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, North Dakota's estimated Canada goose population recently rose to a whopping 415,000 birds. Giant Canada geese, the only geese that nest in the state, can depredate agricultural crops during the growing season. In addition, large numbers of molt migrant Canada geese from other states are known to summer in North Dakota and depredate agricultural crops. North Dakota hunters had to kill as many as 90,000 Canada geese during the regular season, according to federal harvest statistics.
At Oxbow Country Club, about 15 miles south of Fargo along the Red River, geese have been growing in number. The geese come from up and down the Red River to feed on the short, succulent grass, creating a problem for club owners.
North Dakota recently confirmed two cases of avian influenza in commercial poultry operations in Dickey and LaMoure counties, affecting over 100,000 birds. Bird owners have been urged to report any bird deaths to their local and state veterinarian, restrict access to their property, prevent contact between their birds and wild birds, and practice enhanced biosecurity.
For Canada Geese
Bird B Gone’s Avian Migrate Goode & Bird Repellant irritates the birds’ mucous membranes causing them to avoid the area. The chemical won’t harm geese, pets or people; yet it repels geese from golf courses, industrial parks, and similar commercial property.
For Wild Birds
To keep wild birds from infecting farm birds with the bird flu, 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, the haze forces them to leave.
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.