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Gull-Cat cat decoyDepending on where you live, boating season is alive and well.  Birds not only go to buildings and trees when they are migrating, but they also find boats are a great landing spot.  Lots of high points they can perch on.  There are also birds that can be a problem all year round.  When a seagull, for instance, spots your vessel they will easily make it their home.  Boat owners are constantly battling the pest bird.  

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Posted in Bird Deterrents By Kathy Fritsch

It takes work to till, plant and weed a garden. But the results are worth it—flowers, fruits and vegetables you can proudly share with family and friends. The problem is birds. They like your garden too.

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Posted in Bird Deterrents By Fran Prisco

With summer in full swing, you’ll want to keep your backyard inviting and safe for friends and family. That means, keeping bird droppings off pool areas, BBQs, lawn furniture and “jungle gyms.” While birds may be pleasant to watch and listen to, they can become quite a nuisance. Their droppings can quickly deface everything you have outdoors—droppings that carry diseases like salmonella. Regardless of the fruit or vegetable you’re growing, there’s a bird that will “beat you to the pickin.” Birds also won't hesitate to crater your lawn while they dig for bugs.

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Posted in Bird Deterrents By Fran Prisco

With summer in full swing, you’ll want to keep your backyard inviting and safe for friends and family. That means, keeping bird droppings off pool areas, BBQs, lawn furniture and “jungle gyms.” While birds may be pleasant to watch and listen to, they can become quite a nuisance. Their droppings can quickly deface everything you have outdoors—droppings that carry diseases like salmonella. Regardless of the fruit or vegetable you’re growing, there’s a bird that will “beat you to the pickin.” Birds also won't hesitate to crater your lawn while they dig for bugs.

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Posted in Bird Deterrents By Fran Prisco

It is that time of year for fresh plums, peaches, apricots and nectarines. Backyard fruit trees this time of year need protection from the pest birds. Caring for fruit trees involves understanding what the tree requires. Fruit trees are not too particular about their soil. They can grow well in any number of mineral soils as long as they get plenty of water and the irrigation works well. Mulch around the bottom of the tree helps to conserve water. This is especially important in states like California where they are having a severe drought.

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Posted in Bird Deterrents By Fran Prisco
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