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December 24, 2018

Preparing Your Business Against Winter Geese

One sure sign of fall is the v-formations seen in the sky as geese make their way from north to south for the winter. We imagine them flying thousands and thousands of miles, from Canada to southern states or even into Central America. However, many geese don’t go as far as we think they will. Some geese even stop here in Illinois to spend the winter....

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April 27, 2018

Love The Bird, Hate The Problem

We believe most people would agree that colorful birds flitting about here and there are entertaining to watch. It is fun when they congregate around bird feeders. It is also fun to feed them with bread or crackers. And it can be entertaining to see a little bird building a nest inside a barn or, perhaps, the lawn and garden section of a large store. But sometimes birds can become a problem for...

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March 27, 2018

Most Common Pest Birds In Indiana

Though they don't mean to, birds become pests when they get into commercial locations. They take advantage of every gap, crack, ledge, pipe, rafter, electrical box, and more, in order to establish their nests. When they do, it can lead to structural damage, corrosion of building materials, accidental fire, unwanted noise, costly cleanup, and a risk to public health. Birds don't need to create a...

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January 26, 2018

Tips To Minimize Duck Threats

When we think of pest birds, ducks don't usually come to mind. We think of pigeons, starlings, and sparrows. Right? But ducks can be a very frustrating pest problem to have, especially if you have a flock of them congregating on your property. Here are some things you should know about ducks and, more importantly, what you can do about them....

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December 13, 2017

How To Get Rid Of Pigeons

Birds are pretty to look at but they're also pretty in another way. When birds come onto the property of a business, they can be pretty frustrating. Canada geese destroy waterways. Crows congregate and create a noise disturbance. Starlings get into electrical boxes and present a fire hazard. While all birds cause many similar problems, each pest bird has its own unique traits that make it uniqu...

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