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December 27, 2019

Pigeons Don't Mind The Lexington Snow

Have you ever wondered why pigeons don't go away for the winter? Have you seen them perched on snow-covered ledges of buildings or walking on snowy sidewalks and wondered, "What are those birds eating?" Or have you asked yourself, "How are those birds staying warm?" Lexington pigeons don't seem to have a problem with winters in Lexington....

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May 24, 2018

How To Protect Your Business From The Spring Return Of Birds

Every year, they come back--that is assuming they left at all. Some birds do a pretty good job of making it through the winters in our service area, which covers territory throughout Indiana, Kentucky, and Illinois. But, whether they flew south for the winter or stayed put, all birds are going to start being active again. That's because the foods they enjoy eating are starting to become availab...

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October 31, 2017

Tips To Protect Your Business In The Fall From Pest Birds

We all know that birds fly south for the winter. And, while this is mostly true, it isn't always the case. Some birds stay put. Have you seen birds in winter? Have you taken notice of a fat pigeon sitting on a tree branch covered in snow, or a group of pigeons congregating on a snow-covered lawn? Pest birds don't rely on nature to give them the food they need. So, when food resources are diffic...

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August 29, 2017

Four Things Every Business Owner Should Know About Geese

In our extensive service area throughout Indiana, Kentucky, and Illinois we see a lot of issues with geese taking up residence on commercial property. This is most likely because geese have a good and bad side. On the good side, lots of people love to feed geese. They'll bring a bag of bread or a box of crackers and let their kids feed the geese. When they do, they may associate this good exper...

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May 26, 2017

Is Bird Control Effective?

Birds are a frustrating pest to deal with. They leave their droppings on walkways, ledges, vehicles, roof lines, and more. They build unsightly nests on exterior locations--and also in electrical boxes, which can create a serious problem. They congregate on wires, ledges, railings, and roof lines, and make noise. While s...

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March 20, 2016

Is Bird Control Mean?

At some point in your life, it is likely that you stopped to watch a bird flying through the air, perching on a wire, or dancing around on the ground. Almost all of us have. Why? Because birds are amazing creatures. Yes, even pigeons and seagulls. Pest birds can capture our attention just as quickly as many exotic birds. That is probably why so many of us enjoy feeding them things like bread an...

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July 21, 2015

Sometimes Birds Are Very Useful, But Sometimes Not

Birds can be beautiful, smart, majestic creatures that can gracefully glide through the sky. They play an important ecological role by reducing the numbers of nuisance insects and rodents. Species like the carrier pigeon can be used to relay messages back and forth to people, or can provide a beautiful show like when white doves are released from gilded cages at a wedding. But let’s face ...

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February 9, 2015

Bird Control

Pest birds can be a nightmare for business owners. Whether you own a commercial facility or operate a business in an urban area pest birds can become a problem. Here are some of the issues pest birds create and tips on how to exclude these pests from your property....

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October 23, 2014

Pigeons, Starlings, Sparrows And Your Business

There are 914 species of wild bird found in North America, and all but three are protected by law, in most states. So, when we talk about bird control, we're not talking about the yellow breasted cockatoo or the black-capped chickadee. We're referring to pigeons, starlings, and sparrows. These birds are vectors for diseases, like salmonella, histoplasmosis, ornithosis, and pseudotuberculosis. They...

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May 13, 2014

Spring Landscaping And Bird Infestations

Birds in urban areas can become a real problem. But did you know that your spring landscaping may be attracting birds, causing more bird activity around your facility? Birds can cause lots of problems in commercial facilities. ...

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