Tag Archive: bird management (19)

Migrating Bird Window Collisions: 5 Risk Factors

April 6, 2021
The second leading cause of death for birds in the United States is window collisions, with an estimated  one billion birds dying every year. Birds can’t see glass and don’t recognize the structural clues that distinguish windows from open air.  While houses account for nearly half of all collisions, large... Read More

The 5 Risk Factors of Bird Window Collisions

April 6, 2021
The second leading cause of death for birds in the United States is window collisions, with an estimated one billion birds dying every year. Birds can’t see glass and don’t recognize the structural clues that distinguish windows from open air. While houses account for nearly half of all collisions, large... Read More

How to Protect People and Property from Aggressive Geese

March 22, 2021
This goose is ready to attack! Geese are well known for their volatile temperaments. Some breeds of domestic geese are even kept as “guard dogs,” helping to protect livestock and property from both human and animal intruders. Wild geese are no different, and when nesting season hits, their legendary willingness... Read More

Protecting People and Property Against Aggression by Nesting Geese

March 22, 2021
This goose is ready to attack! Geese are well known for their volatile temperaments. Some breeds of domestic geese are even kept as “guard dogs,” helping to protect livestock and property from both human and animal intruders. Wild geese are no different, and when nesting season hits, their legendary willingness... Read More

8 Reasons to Be Proactive in Your Bird Management

February 23, 2021
We’ve reached the end of winter and everything has been cold and dreary for so long, it can be hard to remember green grass, flowering trees, sparrows nesting in your eaves, geese pooping all over your picnic areas, birds crashing into your windows, and aggressive gulls dive bombing you. But... Read More

Proactive Bird Management: 8 Reasons to Get Your Plans in Place Now

February 23, 2021
We’ve reached the end of winter and everything has been cold and dreary for so long, it can be hard to remember green grass, flowering trees, sparrows nesting in your eaves, geese pooping all over your picnic areas, birds crashing into your windows, and aggressive gulls dive bombing you. But... Read More

Hibernate? Migrate? Or Cozy Up on Your Property? How Birds Manage Winter

January 11, 2021
The most well-known animal strategies for surviving the bleak winter months are to hibernate or to migrate. Most mammals choose hibernation;  most birds go with migration. But there are exceptions. The Common Poorwill hibernates. Some bird species do neither. What happens to birds like chickadees, robins, and cardinals – and... Read More

Bird Management in Winter: What to Know

January 11, 2021
The most well-known animal strategies for surviving the bleak winter months are to hibernate or to migrate. Most mammals choose hibernation; most birds go with migration. But there are exceptions. The Common Poorwill hibernates. Some bird species do neither. What happens to birds like chickadees, robins, and cardinals – and... Read More

The Best Bird Control Products for Migration Season

December 16, 2020
The Mississippi flyway is a major migration path that follows the Mississippi River. Millions of migrating birds, around 325 species and 40% of US populations, use this route to migrate between wintering grounds in the northern US and Canada, and breeding grounds in the southern states, and Central and South... Read More