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Posts tagged with: birds

  • Bird Control
While some birds can be beneficial, others can be downright problematic. Three of the most common nuisance birds are pigeons, starlings, and sparrows. These birds are known to congregate in large flocks and their feces can deface buildings and other...
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  • Bird control
While most of us enjoy watching a few birds around our home, once they become overpopulated they can become quite a nuisance. Birds can damage your home, build nests in unsightly or inconvenient places, leave droppings around that can trigger...
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  • Bird nest removal
It’s not uncommon to find a bird nest on or near your home. Most of us think of this as no big deal; but is that bird nest dangerous? Yes! Bird nests can actually be quite dangerous to both our...
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  • bird nest removal
Birds can cause significant damage to your home and property, as well as your health. What many people don’t realize is that bird nest removal is federally regulated with several species of birds protected. These regulations prohibit the removal of...
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  • wildlife control
Wildlife can cause significant damage to your property by chewing through wood, insulation, and even wires, or by putting your house at risk of fire. They can also contaminate your home and the air you breathe, bringing in potentially harmful...
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  • Friendly Pollinators
Some of the most common pollinators are also considered some of the biggest pests. Pollinators are animals and insects who transport pollen from one plant to another which allows them to reproduce. Pollinators are critical in the survival of many...
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  • A squirrel eating nuts in the snow in winter forest
When the weather cools off and winter sets in, most animals hibernate until spring. Unfortunately for us, there are several pests that don’t hibernate – and instead make their way into our homes in search of shelter, food, water, and...
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