Posts with the tag: "bird exclusion"

Birds of the Feather Become a Nuisance Together

August

28

2015

It is a fact that all commercial facilities are susceptible to nuisance bird problems. Sparrows, starlings and pigeons have become accustomed to living in and around human-occupied structures, and most commercial buildings are not designed to deter birds from establishing nesting and roosting sites. The biggest threat posed by birds is contamination of processed food and raw ingredients from…

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Tags: bird control  |  bird deterrents  |  bird exclusion  |  birds

Don’t Get Your Feathers Ruffled With Nuisance Birds

March

31

2015

The spring pest season is about more than just pests that creep or crawl on the ground; it includes those that fly in and around your facility as well. For commercial facilities with potential nuisance bird issues spring is an important time to take action. With migratory birds returning from their winter hiatus it is critical to prevent them from establishing nesting sites in and around your…

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Tags: bird exclusion  |  birds

The Problem With Pigeon Infestations

February

18

2013

At first thought pigeons may seem like just another common bird found mainly in urban areas. But the truth is that pigeons are most known for their pest status and causing some major problems for businesses in Portland, Seattle and Salt Lake City. If you are not aware of the threat that pest birds including pigeons can have on your company’s facilities, image and reputation, it is time to…

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Tags: bird control  |  pigeons  |  pests and your health  |  portland pest control  |  bird exclusion

Pigeon Control Upholds The Reputation Of Denver Businesses

October

25

2012

Are pest birds trying to become the mascot of your business? Many facilities in Denver and Boulder, Colorado have found that pest birds including pigeons are causing a lot of problems. While birds may seem harmless and just a nuisance, they are in fact a major threat to your business for many reasons.

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Tags: bird control  |  pigeons  |  bird exclusion

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