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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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If you enjoy boating, then you’re 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, 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, ect. 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… 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 boat attachments: 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 (www.absolutebirdcontrol.com) Mylar Flash Tape or Bird Free Boats (www.birdfreeboats.com) 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

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, cable is also used.

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 the boat owner to focus on their passion, boating!

For more tips on keeping Bird’s off your boat, contact Bird-B-Gone, Inc at 1-800-392-6915, email nobirds@birdbgone.com

 

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Meredith Walako works for Bird-B-Gone in southern california in marketing and public relations. Walako has worked with the company since 2001. Her interests include birds, gardening, reading, and writing.

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Meredith Walako works for Bird-B-Gone in southern california in marketing and public relations. Walako has worked with the company since 2001. Her interests include birds, gardening, reading, and writing.

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