West Virginia Bird Control
The Mountain State has a common set of pest bird problems. In Morgantown, the Star City Police Department has been faced with some stubborn pest birds. Seems the town’s waterfront has been inundated with unwanted Canada geese. A goose eats 4 or 5 pounds of grass a day and defecates every 8 minutes, producing as much as a pound of droppings per day. Canada geese are protected by the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918, so lethal means cannot be used to get rid of them.
In Charles Town, pigeons and starlings commonly roost on buildings, leaving droppings that deface and destroy property. Each night in Huntington, huge flocks of starlings invade the city. Droppings on cars, buildings and walkways pose a costly clean-up problem. The waste also creates a health problem, since diseases associated with the birds come from the organisms that grow in the droppings, feathers and the waste.
Bird B Gone’s Avian Migrate Goose & Bird Repellent 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.
The 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 repellent effect is only temporary and will not injure birds.
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.
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