Some things go together well, like peanut butter and jelly, but NOT BIRDS and BOATS! Birds create an unsightly mess that can ruin finishes, cause corrosion, and create slippery surfaces on boats and docks. Rather than enjoying being on the water from the get-go, it causes many boaters to spend their valuable time cleaning up the mess.
A warehouse is where business is done. It should run smoothly and safely—with minimal interference from any obstacles and issues that arise during the course of normal business. Birds are certainly unwanted guests, but it can be difficult to know what to do if they have found their way inside. Things can be especially difficult if you’re dealing migratory bird species that are protected by the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, which requires very safe and non-interfering methods to solve your bird problems. Fortunately, we’ve assembled a list of tips for solving the bird problem in your warehouse.
It might be pleasant to get a brief visit from birds, but when some birds roost on your property, you might be looking at a problem. Bird roosting—or the act of settling in for an overnight stay or longer—means that there’s a chance the birds on your land aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. And because it’s illegal to interfere with many birds’ roosting habits, you may need a better way to prevent bird roosting from happening in the first place. Here is a guide to common bird roosting deterrents for your property.
It’s a sight just about everyone has seen: a collection of birds nestled atop a telephone wire—or any other type of electric wire. For the most part, this can be a harmless activity that you don’t have to worry about. Until the birds start landing on your electric wires. Preventing birds from landing on electric wires helps keep them safe—and it helps you maintain a peaceful landscape. Here’s what you need to know about effective electric wire bird control.
They’re sweet to look at—but you’re not the only one who thinks so. Your fruit trees can also be attractive homes and feeding grounds for migratory birds. From eating your crops to leaving droppings and causing other damage, birds can be a real problem. But harming birds or removing their nests can be against the law. If you want your fruit tree to remain undamaged and your property to be free of nuisance birds, you’ll have to think in terms of prevention. Here’s how to keep birds away from fruit trees without unlawfully interfering with them.