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Wacky Weather: What it Means for Seasonal Birds

Extreme weather and climate changes due to global warming are threatening a number of bird species and changing migratory patterns.

Case Study: McDonald's Pigeons

John Arrigo, owner of Arrigo Pest Control in Las Vegas, discusses his experience deterring pigeons from a local McDonald's using a Bird-X electronic bird control device.
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BroadBand PRO: Gulls vs. Garbage

The Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (RIRRC) is the sole and largest landfill in Rhode Island. Discover how Bill Jasparro successfully prevented a gull infestation using a Bird-X electronic bird control device.
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Case Study: Super BirdXPeller PRO at Wrigley Field

It isn’t only Cubs fans who love Wrigley Field. “Pigeons like to roost on the trusses that support the upper deck,” said Paul Rathje, director of stadium operations at Wrigley Field for the last six years. “This causes problems for the people seated below.” Besides the lure of roosting in the structural beams, the pigeons are naturally attracted to the food purchased by the crowds of fans who fill the stands – a bird’s delight; a stadium director’s horror.

New Chinese Airport Designed With Built-In Bird Control

The New Kunming Airport facility managers discussed which Bird-X products would be the best fit for their unique situation.
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Swedish Airport Repels Seagulls and Blackbirds

Earlier in 2012, the bird control company – Birdblock, based in Lidingö, Sweden – began working with the Stockholm-Bromma Airport to deal with pest bird infestation. The airport authorities were concerned about the constant disturbances (and dangerous interference) caused by pest seagulls and blackbirds in the airfield.
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Malaysian Manufacturer Battles Bird Droppings

Corrosive bird droppings from a huge pest bird infestation were compromising safety and sanitation at a major Malaysian chemical plant. Here is how Bird-X products solved their complex bird problem.