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Bird Netting Keeps Pesky Birds Away From Your Property

Bird Netting Keeps Pesky Birds Away From Your Property


Pest birds can be quite a nuisance. Birds can be considered a pest when they decide to roost or nest in areas where their feces and remains can be considered a hazard. When birds are becoming pests and many problems regarding their existence occur, it is clear that we need to properly solve the problems to prevent further damages in the future. The reason is clear. They can create wide and huge damages to our lives. An additional explanation for this is the health issues associated with them and their droppings. Nesting birds accumulate a build-up of viruses, micro organism and fungal matter of their droppings. If birds have been dive-bombing your house, boat or building, what they leave behind isn’t pretty or sanitary. One of the main and most constant problems that most people deal with is pest birds eating the fruit off the tree. Thus, it is really important to deter them and keep them away from our area of living and there are all sorts of ways to deter pest birds. There are lots of bird control products available that will act as effective bird repeller. The main purpose of all these bird control devices is to get rid of pest birds and keep them away from our surroundings. Since they seek out roosts and nesting places where they feel comfortable and make pleased, you want to make your family and garden disagreeable and unwelcoming to them without causing them any harm. Pest birds are serious subject and it will create more damages if we do not solve these problems immediately.

Fortunately, for all those who have been putting up with pest birds, there are many highly effective pest bird deterrents to choose from. These are readily available, easy to install and safe for birds and people. Bird netting is a further highly effectual bird control solution. Bird netting is used to exclude pest birds from the areas such as rooftops, warehouses, airline hangars, overhangs, eaves of homes and other enclosed areas that pest birds are to be kept out of. Bird Netting–has proven its worth in orchards, vineyards and other large areas. Bird netting is based on a pretty simple concept. Deter pest birds with a physical barrier. There are several types of bird netting available. There is knotted polyethylene bird netting that is considered long lasting and heavy duty and offers the permanent solution to your bird control issues. Another type of bird netting is plastic netting. This is a strong yet lightweight, easy to install and used to exclude pest birds from the homes and gardens.  You can order netting in various mesh sizes and cuts to deter a wide variety of bird species and types. When installed properly, the netting will be virtually invisible, not interfering with the architectural features of a building. Netting can usually be ordered in 3/4?, 1-1/8? and 2? mesh sizes to deter a wide range of birds and bird sizes. Most bird netting is so strong that ?t flush stands up to larger animal’s be fond of deer, coyotes, and dogs which can aid to protect your garden. There’s heavy duty bird netting made of high strength polyethylene for really demanding applications–like air hangars, garages, factories, warehouses, eaves and canopies. The best netting is U.V. stabilized, flame resistant and rot and waterproof. We are totally against inhumane methods of bird pest eradication and we encourage everyone who has pest bird problems to implement or apply a good, effective humane bird control methods that keep the birds away without hurting them in any way.

Ethan Mark works for USA Bird Control, Inc. in marketing and public relations. His interests include birds, gardening, reading, and writing. More information on humane bird control and how to get rid of birds is available on the website.

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USA Bird Control-Specialized Birds control methods

USA Bird Control-Specialized Birds control methods

Birds are adorable creature in this globe. There are more than 10,000 species in this globe.  There are 3 types of birds. One is   Pet birds another is pest birds’ and last category is singing birds. They are free and go anywhere they like. The USABIRDCONTROL has been dedicated to its best pest solutions for their customers. The Bird Repeller helps to protect objects from being landed on by birds. The ultrasonic bird repellers are those devices to get rid of birds away. Ultrasonic bird repellers are categorized into Silent bird repeller and audible bird repeller.

The quad blaster is a full-featured ultrasonic silent bird control system that gets rid of stubborn bird infestations with a “Silent to Humans” audio attack.  The sounds are designed to puzzle, disorient, and intimidate pest birds to quickly shock them away from the effective area up to 6,400 square feet. The features of silent bird repeller- it covers 360degree area and it works 24/7(continuous operation). It is effective against pigeons, sparrows, swallows, starlings, bats, rodents and more.

Audible Bird repellent can help with this problem; they cover wide areas, and require no maintenance. The audible bird repellers are those repellers in which device are audible. Another type of audible bird repellents is the BROADBAND PRO it is one of example of audible bird repeller. Broadband PRO uses Ultrasonic (silent) and Sonic (audible) sounds plus three visual scare devices to scare both birds and bats away without harming them. Good bird repellent tools which can help us get rid of birds. In this the Products such as the Bird Spikes or Bird Gel work well in these circumstances. The bird netting acts as a physical barrier. Bird netting is a good bird repellent for warehouses, barns and other structures. Netting comes in 3/4″, 1-1/8″ and 2″ mesh sizes to repel sparrows, starlings, pigeons, and larger birds. The best netting is made of ISO 1806 mesh test polyethylene.

To get rid of birds we use other methods like bird liquid gel and other objects to get rid of birds.   The bird decoys are also good method to get rid of birds. The bird lite is a one of the important type of bird decoys. This type of bird decoys Scare away birds using an ultra bright light with the power of one-million-candles.  It is ideal   for dark areas indoor or semi-enclosed. Terror eye is also other example of bird decoys. In this it Scare away birds with a hanging inflatable scaring device.

author is an executive with usabirdbird repellent

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Bird Proofing Schools and Hospitals

Bird Proofing Schools and Hospitals


Pest birds present particular problems for schools and hospital since they deal with children and the sick, individuals who are especially vulnerable to disease. For this reason, school and hospital administrators must be ever vigilant and pro-active in their pursuit of bird proofing their properties.


Birds Invading Schools


Birds, as school administrators and educators know, are attracted to school grounds and structures. Undoubtedly, because there’s an abundance of food scraps on these grounds. Allowed to gather and roost, birds can quickly become pests and pose a number of health and safety hazards. Unfortunately, the rock pigeon, European starling and house sparrow seem to create the most problems around schools. Nests, droppings and other bird debris can block AC and ventilation systems. This is why bird proofing has become so important to schools.


Some schools suffer from roosting turkey vultures, which can become particularly offensive due to their odors. Gulls have been known to harass young school children for food. Swallows may nest on the sides of school buildings, creating a problem by droppings and mites. Flocks of water birds, especially Canada geese, often plague school grounds and athletic fields. These birds can damage turf, and contaminate exterior pools and ponds. Crows have been known to damage certain roofing materials and woodpeckers often drill into wooden buildings. Bird proofing can rid schools of these pests.


The droppings of most any pest bird can create serious potential health hazards. A single pigeon, for example, can excrete up to 25 pounds of droppings every year. These droppings usually end up on outside eating tables, benches, and chairs where students gather for lunch. Droppings also find they way on playground equipment–slides, swings, teeter-totters and jungle gyms–places where younger children play.


Younger children are particularly vulnerable because they tend to be less concerned about washing their hands after recess and during lunch. This poses an alarming health risk since the bacteria, fungal agents and ectoparasites in droppings and nesting materials have been known to carry any of 60 diseases–including histoplasmosis, encephalitis, salmonella, meningitis, and toxoplasmosis, even the West Nile virus. Children of all ages can also slip and fall on fresh bird droppings or those recently dampened by rain or drizzle. This can result in a huge liability for the school and its district. Clearly, bird proofing is an important part of child safety in schools.


Birds Invading Hospitals


Starting with parking structures, pest birds can be a huge problem for hospitals. Pigeons, starlings and sparrows love to nest in the many nooks and crannies of these open multi-level venues. What’s more, their droppings contribute to a negative first impression on hospital visitors and patients.


Heating, ventilation and air conditioning ducts on hospital rooftops are other areas where pest birds have been known to cause serious problems. Pigeons like to gather around air handlers–like HVAC vents. Wind and sun often turn dried bird droppings into dust, which gets sucked into HVAC systems. These fine particles can spread a number of diseases throughout an entire building–a huge risk for any hospital.


Humane, Effective Bird Proofing Solutions


Poisons, shotguns and noise-making devices are not good pest bird deterrents near schools or hospitals. They may also violate federal, state and local wildlife protection ordinances. Fortunately, science and bird psychology have been brought together to create some pretty effective bird proofing solutions for these venues.


Bird Spikes


A highly effective and humane pest bird deterrent, bird spikes deny birds the opportunity to land. Recommended by building contractors, architects, and municipalities, the blunted spikes won’t harm birds or maintenance crews. Bird spikes have been approved by almost every humane group in the world–including The Humane Society of the United States and PICAS. The spikes come in rows of spike strips and won’t get clogged up by entrapping most debris. They are typically available in 3-, 5- and 8-inch widths and two-foot sections, and they can be glued down, nailed or screwed into most any surface.


Some manufacturers offer a Mega Spike, which is typically 7 inches high and fabricated of marine grade stainless steel. These are ideal for deterring large birds like gulls.

Also available is the Gutter Spike, recommended to keep large pest birds from nesting and clogging gutters or drains. Gutter spikes come in two-foot long strips. Some have adjustable clamps at the base so they can be conveniently attached to the lip of a gutter. The best bird spikes have a flexible base to easily conform to curved areas, an ideal feature for hard-to-cover areas.


Bird Repellent Netting


Bird repellent netting has been used with considerable success to keep pest birds away form large outdoor areas. It comes in various types and mesh sizes. If you have a problem with large birds like pigeons or seagulls, you might consider a 1-1/8″ to 2″ mesh size net. For birds like sparrows or starlings, you should install a 3/4″ mesh net. Better repellent netting usually meets ISO 1806 protocols and will last longer. The best netting is also U.V. stabilized, flame resistant and rot- and water-proof. Today, some of the best bird repellent netting can withstand fairly harsh temperature extremes–from flame resistant 250 degree F melting point to “sub-zero” temperatures. In areas where electrical conductivity or radio frequency interference is a problem, you might opt for non-conductive netting. Also note that netting now comes in various colors match a building’s aesthetics.


Finally, Consider Trees Before You Plant


Whether you’re trying to bird proof a school or hospital, it’s important to avoid certain kinds of trees in landscaping near these grounds. For example, fruit trees and fragrant trees will attract birds, resulting in droppings everywhere. You should also avoid planting crab apples and Bradford Pears–birds love these plants.


Alex Kecskes is a freelance writer focusing on effective and humane bird control measures. If you are experiencing a bird problem at a school or hospital, call Bird-B-Gone Inc. – they have an network of experienced installers who can help solve virtually any pest bird problem. 1-800-392-6915

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Bird Control for Yards and Gardens

Bird Control for Yards and Gardens

While it’s nice to have rows of flowers in the garden, it’s not so nice to watch flocks of birds destroy your hard work. Without effective bird control, pest birds such as sparrows, swallows, pigeons and crows can and will invade your yard or garden to feed themselves and their young. Blackbirds, starlings, and robins will waste no time yanking out tasty corn seedlings, or chewing into ripening cherries, peaches and blueberries. They also won’t hesitate to crater your lawn while they dig for bugs.


Depending on the weather and the surrounding food supply, birds will have a field day in your garden. In dry years, for example, birds will eat many different fruits and vegetables, including tomatoes and melons. In the absence of bird control, some birds can quickly wipe out an entire berry patch or grain field, aggressively attacking a particular crop they happen to fancy.


And as much as we love to hear them sing, even songbirds will attack your garden at various times of the year. These birds will go after broccoli, corn, green peas, snap peas, apples, apricots, blackberries, blueberries, cherries, currants, grapes, peaches, pears, plums, raspberries and strawberries. You’ll know you have a problem if patches of young seedlings completely disappear, or the tops of your young plants are chewed off, or if you notice bites taken out of the berries as they ripen.


Time to Defend your Garden!


You don’t have to resort to poisons, firearms or deadly traps to keep birds out of your garden. Today, you can avail yourself of many highly effective and humane bird control measures. Some of the more popular approaches are listed below:


Bird Sonic Systems


These handy devices strike fear in birds’ hearts but they won’t harm a feather on their little bodies. Unlike “loud bang” noisemakers that only scare birds temporarily and do nothing to prevent them from returning, Sonic Bird Deterrents offer an effective solution. They broadcast predator and distress calls that make pest birds feel threatened. They recreate the sounds of Peregrine falcons defending their territory (very scary if you’re a pigeon); or they imitate predator hawks screeching and gulls under attack (equally frightening if you’re a starling or seagull). These sounds persuade birds to leave post haste. The best sonic bird deterrents can be programmed to emit distress and predator calls day and night. It is suggested to continually alter the frequency, timing and intensity of their sounds, which prevents birds from becoming too accustomed to the threat.


Hawk Decoys

No bird likes to eat while a predator is watching. Fortunately, most birds have a natural fear of hawks, which hunt during the day–the time most birds like to feed. Hawk Decoys work quite well in gardens. They’re easy to mount and display, and the better designed ones look very real. Made of heavy duty plastic, quality hawk decoys are weather- and water-resistant. They can be hung from rafters or overhangs, or simply placed anywhere your garden is being threatened by pest birds. Some decoys are hollow, so you can fill them with sand for added stability.


Bird Netting

If they can’t get at your garden, they can’t eat or destroy it. Bird netting uses the exclusion principle of bird control to humanely deter birds from your garden. To stop a full variety of birds, bird netting now comes in many types and mesh sizes.

One type of bird netting that’s ideal for protecting gardens is Ultra Net. This low-profile netting is designed to keep pest birds away from fruit trees, bushes and gardens. The lightweight netting is constructed of tough, U.V.-protected polypropylene, yet it blends in aesthetically with its surroundings. Ultra Net comes in 3/4-, 1/2-, and 1/4-inch mesh sizes and is available in bulk rolls or pieces to suit a specific area requirement. The netting has been widely used to stop pigeons, swallows, crows, gulls and sparrows from invading and destroying gardens and trees.

Setting up an Ultra Net barrier is quite simple. If you want to protect your vegetable gardens, wrap individual plants in netting or suspend the netting around the entire garden area to lock out pest birds. For blueberry bushes and grape vines, suspend the netting about six inches over the bush or vine. This will prevent pest birds from perching on the net and eating fruit through the mesh. Another way to suspend Ultra Net is to attach it to a series of poles surrounding the perimeter. To protect fruit trees, cut the netting one-foot wider than the diameter of the tree’s crown and secure the netting with twine, zip ties or hog rings.




For gardens and yards, there’s one high-tech bird control device you simply can’t overlook–the Scarecrow. Basically a motion-activated sprinkler, no pest bird alive will ever stand up to its intimidating yet harmless deterrence. Any bird that dares to wander within its radius of protection (approx. 25 fee out and 35 feet wide) will trigger a motion-activated and very sobering blast of water. Perfect for gardens, backyards, pools, spas and other outdoor areas, Scarecrows get the job done. The sudden water spray, realistic moving bird head, and sprinkler sound combine to create one effective bird control deterrent. Best of all, the Scarecrow is both an energy and water miser, protecting your garden day and night for up to 6 months (or 3000+ activations) on one 9-volt battery.



Alex Kecskes is a freelance writer focusing on effective, humane bird control. To learn more about protecting your garden from birds, visit Absolute Bird Control – the leading online distributor of bird control products.

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Protecting Your Boat From Pest Birds

Protecting Your Boat From Pest Birds


If you enjoy boating, you’re probably well aware that birds such as seagulls, cormorants, and even pigeons love using masts, spreaders and canvases as waterfront perches.


It’s a situation that happens all too often: a boat owner plans to take their vessel out for a day of enjoyment, only to find it covered in bird droppings. Some boat owners are finding themselves spending a significant amount of time cleaning up before launch.


Bruce Donoho, owner of bird control supply company, Bird-B-Gone Inc., says “Left unattended, bird droppings can stain surfaces, and eventually erode materials, not to mention the health risk: bacteria and parasites can also be found in bird droppings.” A high concentration of uric acid, found to be even higher in sea birds, can be to blame for the erosion. The acidity can erode materials like steel, discolor paint, and stain canvases. Taking steps to bird proof your boat is an investment that will save you time and money.


There are a few steps that boat owners may already be taking to help protect their investment. For example, the wax coating used on the exterior of a boat can buy an owner time before bird droppings reach the boats surface, prolonging the possibility of erosion.  But how do you keep birds off of a boat in the first place? Birds prefer the highpoints on a vessel, but will also land on a protective canvas. Treating these areas with visual or physical deterrents will help encourage the birds to move on to a more suitable location. Birds rely heavily on visual clues in their environment helping with flight, the detection of predators, food sources, etc. In fact, birds have the largest eye to body ratio in the animal kingdom.


Using items on a boat which move or sway in the wind, such as the Bird Spider from Bird-B-Gone can be big help. The bird spider looks sort of like an umbrella with no vinyl and the arms move in the wind, discouraging birds from landing on the boat. Usually one or two units on a boat will be enough to keep the birds at bay, and Bird-B-Gone offers three different boatattachments: a rail mount, a boat base, and a sandbag base.


Another product similar to the Bird Spider is The Solar Repeller. The repeller is a small unit with a 5 foot rod mounted atop that continuously spins. The constant movement will ward off any nearby birds. The repeller is ideal for the bow, canvas covers, or swim platforms. Best of all the solar panel works in conjunction with rechargeable batteries, keeping the unit energized on cloudy days, and at night.


Similar to movement, visual clues such as reflective items will also keep messy birds away from your boat. Reflective deterrents such as Absolute Bird Control’s ( Mylar Flash Tape or Bird Free Boats’ Scare Eye Diverters both use reflection to ward off birds. Strung around the boat, the reflective surfaces will have bird avoiding the area because they cannot focus with light flashing around them.


Boat owners are no stranger to pest birds, and over the years many have come up with their own deterrent systems to keep their boats clean. Many will use a mono filament fishing line, or cable stung above the masts and spreaders to deter birds from landing. The birds do not like the instability of landing on the wire, moving on to a more inviting perch. However, monofilament will not last long, even in a moderate climate, and near the ocean the UV index is high, dissolving the line. Cable is also often used as it has a higher tolerance for sun and surf.


Remember to keep birds in mind when winterizing your boat too. An undisturbed boat in a marina can become a favorite perch or winter home for resident bird species. Boat houses also provide the perfect protection for a winter roost or nesting spot. Netting is a great way to block a bird from the boat house rafters. Actively checking up on your boat will help determine whether deterrents are necessary, and save you from the daunting task of cleaning off droppings come spring.


Bird deterrents are designed to discourage birds from choosing your boat as a perch.  The products and techniques listed require no maintenance and are very easy to install. The best part of all: the products are humane! We share the waterfront with our feathered friends, but it doesn’t mean we have to be responsible for their mess. Taking small steps to bird proof your boat allows boat owners to focus on their passion, boating!




Meredith Lives and Works in Southern California. She has been in the bird control industry for 8 years. She enjoys reading, writing, cooking, and gardening.

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Bird Control?In and Around Food Processing Plants

Bird Control?In and Around Food Processing Plants

Pest birds can pose a major threat in and around facilities where food is being prepared, processed or stored. Without proper bird control measures, facilities managers and health inspectors know fair well how quickly and easily pest birds can contaminate food. Bird droppings can spread disease, harbor over forty types of parasites, and can internally host over 60 types of infectious diseases. Among the most common are histoplasmosis, encephalitis, salmonella, meningitis, and toxoplasmosis, even the West Nile virus.


FDA Rules and other Guidelines


The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) guidelines and various state regulations governing food facilities clearly specify what food handlers and processors must do when it comes to food. It cannot be packaged, processed or held under unsanitary conditions where it may cause a problem or become adulterated. Food processing and handling firms that violate these regulations can jeopardize their license.


New York State regulations, for example, are quite specific about bird control: “No animals or birds, other than those essential as raw material, shall be allowed in any area of a food plant. Effective measures shall be taken to exclude pests from the processing areas and to protect against contamination of foods in or on the premises by animals, birds and vermin. The use of insecticides and rodenticides is permitted only under such precautions and restrictions as will prevent the contamination of food or packaging materials with illegal residues.”


Pest birds living in or on the exterior of a food plant are as much of a concern to food plant operators as rats, mice, bat or insect infestations. Direct contamination need not take place for a plant to be cited. Simply the evidence of pests, even without contamination may constitute a potential hazard and may result in a Federal citation. Health inspectors are often on the lookout for feathers, nesting material, droppings, regurgitated pellets of undigestable matter, eggs, ectoparasites, insects, fruits and seeds. A health violation may be cited if evidence of such contamination is found in the food product, product packaging, processing equipment, or storage equipment.


Effective Bird Control Measures


There are a variety of effective and humane bird control measures one can use without resorting to bird poisons (avicides), which have very strict guidelines for use. To prevent contamination, it is advisable to implement bird deterrent or bird repellent measures before evidence of contamination appears.

They Can’t Land on Bird Spikes


For large birds considering coming in for a landing, Bird Spikes look pretty intimidating. But the menacing-looking spikes are harmless to birds and maintenance crews. They come in 3″, 5″ and 8″ widths and two-foot sections. And they can be nailed, screwed or glued down onto any surface. So installation is fast and easy. Some spikes even come with a flexible base so they can be installed on curved surfaces (one manufacturer sells a spike that bends a full 360 degrees to accommodate any contoured surface).


Bird control spikes are available in durable stainless steel or unbreakable UV-protected polycarbonate. The poly spikes cost a bit less and are ideal for use where the electrical conductivity of steel spikes might present a problem. If pest birds seem to gather in rain gutters, choose the Gutter Spike (the best of these will feature adjustable base clamps for easy attachment to the lip of a gutter).


They’ll Avoid Electric Shock Tracks


Install these electrified tracks on any flat or curved surface and no respectable pest bird will stay for long. With this bird control device, it’s one zap and they’re gone. The tracks emit a mild electric jolt that’s harmless to birds and people. Electric tracks have proven to be a highly effective bird control device for use on ledges, rooftops, parapet walls and any surface where pest birds tend to gather. The best electric tracks feature a low-profile flow-through design to keep water from damming up on rooftops.


Bird Netting As Bird Barrier

To exclude pest birds altogether, there’s Bird Netting. This proven bird control measure is ideal for keeping pest birds out of certain troublesome areas. Bird netting comes in different mesh sizes to exclude a wide variety of pest birds. There’s 1-1/8″ to 2″ mesh size netting for pigeons and 3/4″ mesh for sparrows or starlings. Look for netting made of knotted polyethylene U.V.-treated twine, and netting that meets ISO 1806 protocols. If the netting is to be used near warm equipment, install flame-resistant netting. There’s also rot- and water-proof netting for extended outdoor use.

Bird Misting Systems Keeps Birds from Coming Back


Bird Misting systems spray a chemical that irritates a bird’s trigeminal nerve and mucous membranes. The chemical most often used is methyl anthranilate, a harmless grape extract used for flavoring grape soda and candies. It’s been recognized by the FDA as a safe substance. Misting systems are an ideal bird control device for areas where birds stubbornly refuse to leave–particularly in food storage and refuse areas.



Sonic Devices…the sweet sound of birds leaving


As a bird control device, Sonic Bird Control Systems exploit a bird’s natural fear of predators. Some systems emit the sound of Peregrine falcons defending their territory–something no pigeon wants to hear. Another sonic system aimed at starlings and seagulls emits the sounds of predator hawks screeching and gulls being attacked. If your food processing or storage facility is beset by a plethora of pest birds, you might opt for the system that emits distress and predator calls for up to 22 types of birds. Think of it as “Dial a Bird Deterrent.”

Alex Kecskes is a freelance writer focusing on effective and humane bird control. To learn more about keeping food processing plants bird free, visit for a complete line of bird control products including bird netting, sonic bird repellers, bird spikes and more.

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The Ultimate Solution to Elimination of Crowded Bird Flight ? Get Rid of Birds

The Ultimate Solution to Elimination of Crowded Bird Flight ? Get Rid of Birds

Wild birds can not only be a beautiful addition to any outdoor scene by enchanting songs and dazzling with their plumage, they can also be harmful. Wild birds gather together in huge numbers in urban settings by fouling landscapes, polluting waterways, and damaging trees and wooden structures. There are many ways to get rid of birds without harming beneficial species, which are: using bird traps and baits, unfeeding the birds and scaring them away by placing dummies of birds, using noisemakers and thin strips of metal to drive birds away and secure against pecking, ridding bugs which birds feed on, and playing a melodious tune that drives aggressive birds away.


There are some important guidelines that need to be followed in order to get rid of birds, which are: making sure to make the area uninhabitable, shortening the branches of the trees so that the trees don’t offer space for the birds to perch, identifying birds before going near the tree, netting tree fruits, and playing a bird distressing voice that distracts birds.


In order to get rid of birds, a humanitarian bird repellent is used to scare away the birds. The gentle bird control devices include physical, chemical as well as ultrasonic bird repellent for bird control. The physical bird control device contains bird spikes, bird netting and bird trick. Bird spikes, known as anti roosting spike, prevent birds from roosting or landing. Bird spikes can be stainless steel spikes or plastic bird spikes. The bird spikes are easy to install and it is ideal for use on ledges, signs, windowsills, gutters, roof perimeters, air conditioners, chimneys, support structure, awnings, poles, lights, statues, beams, trusses, building projections and other places birds roost. Bird netting is another physical bird repellent bird control device. Bird netting is a net to prevent birds from definite spot. The bird netting can be plastic bird netting as well as entangled polythene bird netting. The knotted polythene bird netting can be easily installed at bridges & overpasses, shopping center, yards etc. Bird entices are also a superior scheme of bird control device.


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Bird Netting ? An Alternative to Capture Birds

Bird Netting ? An Alternative to Capture Birds

Birdwatchers observe birds to learn about their habits and to enjoy their beauty. On the other hand, homeowners and businesses looking for solutions like bird netting to have proper bird control.


Bird netting prevents pest bird droppings from corroding and destroying metal, finishes and paint. Bird netting comes in a variety of sizes to accommodate large and small birds. Many bird netting manufacturers offer flame resistant and waterproof netting for birds control which is durable and designed to withstand the elements. Bird netting is, though, more or less invisible from a distance, it is offered in a variety of colors and tones.


Bird netting is also available for gardens, especially for protecting trees, bushes and plants from birds and other garden intruders. Larger commercial food crop growers often frame their crops by creating a netting roof over a larger site. Garden bird netting can be purchased as bags for wrapping bushes and sheets for the garden.


Bird netting has enormous advantages, such as: making sure that these pigeons do not spread their diseases, bird netting could put an end to health worrying, thereby ensuring proper pigeon control, protecting plantation, so that plants are fenced safely away from their prying beaks, birds preservation, which is the best advantage since it is environmentally suitable and law abiding, bird netting can be used for as long as ten years and is available in variety of colors, materials, and reasonable prices of bird netting.


Without bird netting to have bird control, the frequent clean up costs can be ruinous. Because one of the best ways to stop birds is to physically exclude them from the areas they find most appealing. Bird netting also comes in various sizes and cuts to deter the specific type pest bird that has decided to call your café home. The best bird netting is U.V. protected to last longer. And it’s easy to install.


Commercial installations for bird netting can get complicated depending on the size of the area to be protected and the material that the netting will be attached to. Netting off the infrastructure of an airplane hangar can require thousands of square feet of netting and special equipment such as lifts and power equipment to install the net. It is often recommended to use a professional bird control installer to get the job done correctly. There are bird control installers throughout the country that have experience in installing bird netting in large quantities and complicated jobs.


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Bird Exclusion with Bird Netting

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Bird Exclusion with Bird Netting

Birds can be considered a pest when they decide to roost or nest in areas where their feces and debris can be considered a hazard.  Each year building owners and homeowners spend countless hours and money cleaning up after and repairing the damage caused by pest birds. Not only are these problems unsightly; pest birds and their feces can spread 60 plus transmittable diseases. Safety, sanitation and health hazards caused by bird droppings can pose serious liability risks, and left untreated, can lead to accidents and lawsuits. Bird feces, bird nests and debris can also create a bad public image with tenants and patrons. Individuals, companies and government agencies are tired of cleaning up bird feces or repairing the damage that is caused by pest birds and their droppings. Instead they have decided to invest in a Bird Control Solution, which is often as simple as installing bird netting.

Bird netting is used to exclude pest birds from areas such as rooftops, warehouses, airline hangars, overhangs, eaves of homes and other enclosed areas that pest birds are to be kept out of.  Netting will provide 100% exclusion of pest birds and is a long-term bird control solution.  Bird netting comes in several different mesh sizes ranging from ¾” mesh for use with all types of birds, to 2” mesh to use when larger birds like pest pigeons and seagulls are a problem.  Netting comes in several colors as well; white, stone and black.  Black bird netting is usually preferred because of its natural U.V. protection and lack of discoloration due to dirt and dust.  When installed properly, the netting will be virtually invisible, not interfering with the architectural features of a building.

Choosing the right bird netting:

There are several types of bird netting available.  There is knotted polyethylene netting that is considered long lasting and heavy duty.  You would use this type of netting where you want a permanent solution to your bird control issues.  Heavy-duty bird netting is usually manufactured using U.V. treated twine providing long life.  Strength of these nets can be greater than 40 lbs. burst.  The nets will also have a high melting point and flame resistant.  Heavy-duty bird netting is ideal for use in warehouses, airplane hangars, canopies, overhangs and other large areas where pest birds are to be excluded.

Another type of bird netting is Polypropylene extruded plastic netting.  This is a strong plastic bird netting used to exclude pest birds from homes and gardens.  It is strong yet lightweight, easy to use and install.  Plastic bird netting is often used to protect crops and orchards from pest birds.  It is ideal to protect blueberries, fruit trees and other garden plants.  Hanging plastic bird netting from the eaves of your home can protect it from such pest birds as swallows and woodpeckers. Plastic bird netting is not a long term netting product with about one year of usage.

Bird netting comes in different mesh sizes.  Choosing the correct mesh size is important.  You do not want the birds to be able to get into the netted off area and become stuck or trapped.  For larger birds such as pigeons and seagulls you can use a 1-1/8” to 2” mesh size.  For smaller birds such as sparrows and starlings use a ¾” to ½” mesh size.  When using plastic netting to protect berries and grapes, use a ¼” mesh size.

Installing bird netting:

Commercial installations for bird netting can get complicated depending on the size of the area to be protected and the material that the netting will be attached to.  Netting off the infrastructure of an airplane hangar can require thousands of square feet of netting and special equipment such as lifts and power equipment to install the net.  It is often recommended to use a professional bird control installer to get the job done correctly.  There are bird control installers throughout the country that have experience in installing bird netting in large quantities and complicated jobs.

Installations of bird netting on your home or in your garden can easily be done yourself.  For use in the garden you will cover your favorite plants with the plastic bird netting.  Draping the ¼” mesh plastic bird netting over fruit trees will protect the fruit from pest birds.  It may be necessary to hire a professional to hang the netting from the eaves of our home, especially in multi-storied houses.

For more information on bird exclusion netting and to find a professional bird net installer in your area contact Bird-B-Gone, Inc. at -800-392-6915 or visit

Fran Prisco lives and writes in Southern California. She has been in the bird control industry for over 8 years. Her areas of interests span from running and bicycling to volunteer work and golfing.

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Want to Make Birds Go Away? There Are Many Ways To Go

Want to Make Birds Go Away? There Are Many Ways To Go

Homeowners and commercial enterprises spend millions of dollars every year trying to play catch up with the damage and nuisance inflicted by pest birds. If only there was a way to make birds go away. No one really wants to harm our fine feathered friends, we just want them to find a nice tree in the park to call home.

Perhaps no one wants to make birds go away more than commercial  building owners. For pest birds can lead to a myriad of costly problems. Their droppings not only seriously detract from a building’s appearance, but the acidic secretions produced by the fungi that live in these droppings can mar paint and other surfaces. Bird nests and droppings can clog gutters and down pipes, causing rooftops to leak; this debris can be sucked into ducts, grilles and vents, jamming air conditioning and heating units. It can get into rooftop turbine ventilators and ceiling windows, causing them to seize up. Cleanup and repair costs can go through the roof. Of course, there are many other reasons why commercial building owners want to make birds go away.

When bird droppings gather at building entrances they create a slippery surface resulting in huge slip and fall liability to commercial property owners. Bird droppings around loading bays and storage areas can mar the appearance of costly finished goods, as well as the cardboard packaging of these products.

Restaurant owners know fair well the problems pest birds can create. The offensive odors and noise can discourage customers. And bird droppings accumulated on signage  can ruin the image of even the most popular eatery. Pest birds can also be a health hazard, carrying and transmitting any of 60 known diseases. The mantra, just make birds go away is oft repeated in the commercial industry.

Today’s cash strapped homeowners are no less anxious about ridding their domiciles of pest birds. They don’t need to replace window awnings, air conditioning units, spa covers, solar panels and satellite dish antennas annually, thanks to bird droppings. Nor do they want their children exposed to the diseases carried by bird droppings left on patio tables and chairs.

Fortunately, for both homeowner and commercial building owner, there are a number of ways to make birds go away. And stay away.

Among the most popular is the bird spike. Ideal for pigeons and other large birds, these are available with rigid unbreakable polycarbonate spikes or stainless steel spikes. A cousin to the bird spike is the bird spider. These have proven effective for awnings and patio covers, since the spider arms flagellate  with the breeze, preventing pest birds from landing. The spiders also come in a number of diameters. Spikes and spiders are easy to install and while they appear menacing, they won’t harm birds.

A surprisingly simple and effective way to make birds go away, the bird slope is widely used by both homeowners and commercial applications. The angled, slippery PVC panels cause pest birds to simply slide off when they try to land. Bird slopes are ideal for eaves, ledges, beams and other 90-degree areas where pest birds tend to nest and roost. Another favorite bird deterrent is bird gel. It’s easy to apply with a standard caulking gun and leaves a sticky surface that pest birds hate to land on, yet it’s safe for birds (except swallows) and people. Gels are ideal for ledges, I-beams, parapet walls, conduit, pipes, and flat or curved surfaces.

To make birds go away from large commercial garages, airline hangars, courtyards, and other expansive areas, there’s bird netting. Netting can control all species of birds and is even prescribed by architects. Netting comes in U.V. stabilized, flame resistant and rot and waterproof varieties, as well as a number of mesh sizes to deter starlings, sparrow, pigeons, seagulls and larger birds.

Another family of products that will make birds go away from large areas are bird misting systems. Humane and effective, these bird-hazing systems release an ultra fine mist that really annoys pest birds. The mist typically contains methyl anthranilate, a grape extract that naturally occurs in concord grapes. Safe for people, pets, plants and birds, this chemical has been widely used for decades to deter a wide variety of pest birds including, sparrows, pigeons, starlings, crows, blackbirds and geese.

Making pest birds go away in a hurry are the electric-track bird repellers. Ideal for deterring pigeons, seagulls and larger birds in mostly commercial applications, repellers deliver a mild electric shock that’s harmless to birds. Easily mounted on ledges, signs, rooftops, and flat or curved surfaces, some repellers are low profile and virtually invisible. When choosing electric repellers, you should select models with a flow-through design to keep water from damming up on rooftops and other surfaces. Opt for corrosion-resistant tracks that resist alkali and acidic environments.

If you believe there’s nothing like movement to make birds go away, you can try motorized bird repellers. They’re ideal for keeping birds off AC units, rooftops, awnings and that covered boat you have sitting in front of the garage. Some newer models even run on energy efficient solar cells.

Those who prefer high-tech deterrents have a whole family of bird scare products to choose from. These include supersonic sound systems, which play distress and predator calls for up to 22 types of birds. The calls can be heard for up to one acre and will keep birds from invading  backyards, garden areas, pools, patios, gazebos, rooftops and other open spaces.

Finally, there are a number of “bird scare” deterrents for those on a budget. These have been proven effective in keeping birds from landing on trees, overhangs, gazebos, patios, eaves, near pools, and other areas. There’s iridescent reflective foil or flash tape, which creates an “Optical Distraction Zone” birds don’t like. There’s also the inflatable balloon imprinted with lifelike reflective predator eyes and markings. The best thing about these bird deterrents is how easy they are to set up in virtually any problem area. Some bird repellers even have iridescent foil eyes to scare away birds by day, and glow-in-the-dark graphics to keep pest birds away at night.

So, as you can see, if you want to make birds go away, there are many ways to go.

Alex Kecskes is a freelance writer focusing on humane bird control.

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