Tag Archive: bird control services (21)

How Do Mild Winters Affect Bird Migration?

WGC Indy Blogs

December 19, 2023
For the past several years, winters have felt milder than those in decades past. But the unseasonable warmth isn’t just a feeling – it’s our new reality. Because of climate change, our mild winters are very likely here to stay. Among the changes brought about by our new climate reality... Read More

Mild Winters and the Impact on Bird Migration

MBM Blogs

December 19, 2023
For the past several years, winters have felt milder than those in decades past. But the unseasonable warmth isn’t just a feeling – it’s our new reality. Because of climate change, our mild winters are very likely here to stay. Among the changes brought about by our new climate reality... Read More

Milder Winters Mean More Birds

WGC Blogs

December 19, 2023
For the past several years, winters have felt milder than those in decades past. But the unseasonable warmth isn’t just a feeling – it’s our new reality. Because of climate change, our mild winters are very likely here to stay. Among the changes brought about by our new climate reality... Read More

Bird Basics: Learn About the European Starling

WGC Indy Blogs

October 17, 2023
With its highly iridescent, speckled coat of feathers, bright yellow bill, and pink feet, the European Starling is an easily recognizable bird. These highly athletic birds can often be found flying in-sync in flocks numbering the tens of thousands, dancing in the sky as part of a murmuration. Distinct features... Read More

Bird Basics: Get to Know the European Starling

WGC Blogs

October 17, 2023
With its highly iridescent, speckled coat of feathers, bright yellow bill, and pink feet, the European Starling is an easily recognizable bird. These highly athletic birds can often be found flying in-sync in flocks numbering the tens of thousands, dancing in the sky as part of a murmuration. Distinct features... Read More

Bird 101: Get Familiar With the European Starling

MBM Blogs

October 17, 2023
With its highly iridescent, speckled coat of feathers, bright yellow bill, and pink feet, the European Starling is an easily recognizable bird. These highly athletic birds can often be found flying in-sync in flocks numbering the tens of thousands, dancing in the sky as part of a murmuration. Distinct features... Read More

Keep Birds Away From Warehouses & Loading Docks

WGC Indy Blogs

October 4, 2023
When temperatures drop, pigeons, sparrows, starlings, and other pest birds flock to warehouses, loading docks, parking garages, and other spacious buildings to hunker down and survive the winter. The structures’ roofs provide shelter and relative warmth, and their many beams, ledges, lights, and pipes look, to birds, like the perfect... Read More

Evict Birds From Warehouses & Loading Docks

MBM Blogs

October 4, 2023
When temperatures drop, pigeons, sparrows, starlings, and other pest birds flock to warehouses, loading docks, parking garages, and other spacious buildings to hunker down and survive the winter. The structures’ roofs provide shelter and relative warmth, and their many beams, ledges, lights, and pipes look, to birds, like the perfect... Read More

Warehouses & Loading Docks: Safe Havens for Cold Birds

WGC Blogs

October 4, 2023
When temperatures drop, pigeons, sparrows, starlings, and other pest birds flock to warehouses, loading docks, parking garages, and other spacious buildings to hunker down and survive the winter. The structures’ roofs provide shelter and relative warmth, and their many beams, ledges, lights, and pipes look, to birds, like the perfect... Read More

How to Keep School Grounds Safe From Canada Geese

WGC Indy Blogs

August 8, 2023
It may be hard to believe, but back-to-school season is almost upon us. Here in the Midwest, a nip will soon return to the air, and schools and colleges will welcome students back to campus. Unfortunately, students and staff won’t be the only ones milling around. They will, doubtlessly, be... Read More