New Research Indicates Laser Bird Deterrents are 99% Effective at Preventing Waterfowl Linked to Avian Flu

A new study conducted by scientists at Wageningen University & Research examines the efficacy of laser bird repellents on a free-range poultry farm.

The Difference Between Sonic and Ultrasonic Animal Deterrents

Here's the different between sonic and ultrasonic bird deterrents

Why Did Birds Vacate the South Station?

The North Station had hordes of pigeons, while the South Station was mostly bird-free. So why weren't there any birds in the South Station?

The Importance of Bird Control - How to Protect Your Home or Business

Bird waste can carry more than 60 known transmittable diseases. In areas where children play or food preparation is taking place, birds can pose a serious health risk.
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With Spring Around the Corner, Prevention is Key

As the snow thaws and daylight hours increase, a number of pest animals make their way back into our backyards, gardens, gutters, and more places we plan to spruce up for the warmer months. Pest birds and animals can not only wreak havoc on budding flowers and plants, but they can also carry transmissible zoonotic diseases and create an unhealthy environment.

Case Study: McDonald's Pigeons

Sometimes, Arrigo says, it’s too late for prevention, as was the case recently with two McDonald’s restaurants in Las Vegas. Examining the scene for his client, Arrigo found pigeons had taken up residence behind three McDonald’s signs and on two levels of roofing. “There were a dozen permanent pigeon residents, complete with nests, eggs and hatchlings,” he says, “and dozens more flying in from the pigeon-infested shopping center across the street.”
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BroadBand PRO: Gulls vs. Garbage

The Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (RIRRC) is not only the largest landfill in the state of Rhode Island; it’s also the only one. In earlier days, each city and town in the state had its own landfill operation. These multiple facilities tended to be inefficient, inconsistent and duplicative, besides resulting in a plethora of unbeautiful garbage dumps around the state.
Chicago's Wrigley Field

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.
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Food Facility Nightmares: When Birds Attack

Birds are often attracted to the areas around food processing facilities, and even like to try to fly inside in cold winter months.