The Sooner State is not without its pest bird problems.
In Midwest City, thousands of egrets settled into a rookery near Reno and Post Road. The birds were a nuisance to property owners who had to deal with the noise and bird droppings covering their properly and walkways. City workers were faced with having to work seven days a week and up to 18 hours a day to keep the birds from establishing the rookery. The egret is a migratory bird protected by federal law, so lethal means cannot be used against them. Egrets in these large numbers pose a quality-of-life issue for property owners. Clean up costs of bird droppings can be extensive.
Oklahoma City has a bird problem. Each night thousands of purple martins migrate to the downtown area and leave their droppings everywhere. The dark, swirling swarms of martins invade Oklahoma City and the city’s National Memorial and Museum. Officials say the bird droppings around businesses and the memorial center are both damaging and hard to clean. Workers spend hours every day cleaning up the mess. The problem began several years ago and officials say it’s getting worse.
The Bird-Hazing System releases a light haze of methyl anthranilate, a non-toxic, EPA approved food-grade ingredient that solution irritates a bird’s mucous membranes. When birds pass through the fine mist, it creates an unpleasant sensation that will force them to avoid the area. The repellent effect is only temporary and will not injure birds
The Solar Bird Chase Super Sonic protects large outdoor areas from martins and many other species of birds. The device broadcasts distress and predator calls that intimidate 22 species of birds. And unlike ultrasonic devices, the Bird Chase device emits sounds birds can actually hear.
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