ultrasonic bird repellent Articles

  • Four things to know before getting an ultrasonic deterrent

    There are many bird and pest deterrents on the market, and with some research you will be able to find the best humane deterrent for your pest situation. A newer and more effective type of electronic solution is ultrasonic bird and pest control. How It Works Ultrasonic repellents work differently than other deterrents. They use high ...

    By Bird-X Inc.

  • New Chinese airport designed with built-in bird control case study

    The problem: The Kunming Changshui International Airport, located in southwest China, had the potential for serious pest bird problems. Set on a high plateau in the rural mountainous region, a flurry of bird activity plagued the area. It is estimated that other nearby airports were spending nearly a half million dollars per year on pyrotechnic scare devices to remove birds from airfields. ...

    By Bird-X Inc.

  • Customer Education top priority for Bird-X, says latest blog post

    In their most 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 ...

    By Bird-X Inc.

  • Tips to Keeping Geese Out of Your Corporate Parking Lot

    Birds can be a huge nuisance on corporate parking lots. They can even hurt business without the owner’s knowledge. Learn more on keeping geese out of your corporate parking lot with these helpful tips. The Problem with Birds in Parking Lots Though birds may seem harmless, they can cause a ...

    By Avian Enterprises, LLC

  • Protect Your Parking Lot From Geese

    Eliminate geese with visual deterrents Scare geese away with a sound machine Protect your parking lot with Avian Control Have wandering geese taken over your business’ parking lot? Geese are territorial and aggressive birds. Protect your parking lot and its patrons with these tips from ...

    By Avian Enterprises, LLC

  • BroadBand PRO: Power Plant case study

    What do you do when 6,000 starlings precipitously invade your power plant? Run for cover! “Last fall,” relates Dave Sheetz, mechanic at PacifiCorp’s Dave Johnston Power Plant in Wyoming, “thousands of starlings began roosting all over our power generating units. Their droppings covered the units and dripped all the way down from top to bottom.” To make matters ...

    By Bird-X Inc.

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