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Typically woodpeckers live in forests and wooded areas and will drill in tree bark looking for insects; however, they are no stranger to residential dwellings. These amazing birds have hammer and crowbar-like beaks, feet with two sharply clawed toes pointing in opposite directions for grip and balance and along tongue with a sticky texture, all of which help them in their search for food. Determine the right woodpecker deterrent to keep them away from your property.

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Posted in Woodpecker Control By Fran Prisco

Keep Birds Off Boats in Winter

9/19/2013 9:55 AM

As you prepare to put your boat away for winter, remember that birds cause damage to boats even during the off season, costing boat owners a fortune in cleanup and repairs. Birds make themselves right at home on your boat while you are away. They leave behind smelly scraps and bird feces, which can not only stain boat coverings but it contains acids that can damage certain boat materials as well. Avoid the mess and unnecessary financial headache of having birds land and nest on your boat with humane bird deterrents.

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Posted in Bird Control By Fran Prisco

When birds are a problem in large open spaces, like yards, gardens, small orchards or vineyards and rooftops, bird sound deterrents can be very effective in scaring the birds away. An excellent sound deterrent is the Solar Bird Chase Super Sonic, a programmable sound deterrent used to deter birds from large open spaces.

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Posted in Bird Deterrents By Fran Prisco

Scare Birds Out of Trees

8/16/2013 10:03 AM

Birds gather in trees, creating a lot of loud noise and an unsightly mess. If you have a flock of birds roosting in trees on your property, the best method of deterring birds from trees is scare tactics. The Bird Chase Super Sonic is a programmable sound deterrent used to keep birds out of large open spaces.

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Posted in Bird Deterrents By Fran Prisco

Birds often enjoy open spaces like garden areas and yards. They will eat from the garden, nest in trees and land and roost in areas around the yard. Often times these birds become a nuisance when the leave droppings all over your harvest, outdoor furniture and around the yard. Birds can carry any of 60 known transmittable diseases, making them unwelcomed guests in gardens and yards.

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Posted in Bird Control By Fran Prisco
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