There are a number of ways you can keep birds off your rooftop. You could use poisons or BB guns, but do you really want dead birds on and around you're A.C units? Didn't think so. Humane and effective—that's what you need to keep pest birds off your roof and away from you're A.C. units. And the solution many have picked is the Bird Spider.
What Pest Birds are Protected?
Pest birds can become a costly nuisance to property owners. Some people have resorted to lethal means to eliminate their bird problem, but they don’t realize that doing so could be a violation of state and/or federal law. Many migratory birds are protected from harm by these laws and heavy fines have been levied against violators. Currently, there are only three birds that are not federally protected: Feral pigeons, European starlings and House sparrows. Protected species can’t be killed or injured...
Agrilaser Autonomic 2016 Pest Best Product award
At PestTech 2016, the Agrilaser Autonomic won first prize in the Pest Best Product of the year award 2016. PestTech 2016 is the Annual Exhibition and Conference put on by the National Pest Technicians Association in the UK, held on November 2nd in Birmingham. With an exhibition consisting of over 50 exhibitors, a series of seminars on interesting and informative topics as well as practical demonstrations, PestTech is the event for the British pest controllers. Bird Control Group was present with a booth together...
Get Rid of Birds In Your Barn
Pest birds can damage your barn overtime. Consider numerous factors when looking for a bird control method. Visual displays, noisemakers, barriers and sprays can help eliminate pest birds. Stop migratory birds from invading your barn with liquid bird repellent. As the temperatures begin to cool, many birds will migrate south for the winter. However, non-migratory birds will stay and search for a new, warm place to make a nest. Your barn becomes the perfect place for birds as it is warm, dry and relatively...
Customer Education top priority for Bird-X, says latest blog post
In theirmost recent blog post, Bird-X highlights some of their most commonly received customer questions. From ultrasonic pest deterrents to bird spikes to taste aversions, the company breaks down the science and reasoning behind how their products are able to keep birds and other pest animals at bay. For residential consumers, using products other than the typical lawn sprays or traps may seem daunting, but can prevent damage to the environment and mitigate risk for people and pets. As the leading brand of...
Bird-X Highlights Most Commonly Received Customer Questions
If there’s one thing we know, it’s birds! Our Customer Service team understands that some of our products can seem extremely technical and tricky to use. Fear not—we’re here to help you understand how your new Bird-X products work, and clear up any questions about pest birds and animals. Check out some of the most common questions we encounter—you may just find the answer you’re looking for! What does the low-to-high dial refer to on the back of the Yard Gard? The low-to-high...