Tag Archive: bird management (46)

The Midwest’s Most Common Nuisance Birds

April 13, 2022
Which Midwestern bird species top the list for nuisance issues? Canada Goose. The Canada Goose is an amazing conservation success story. In fact, they have been so successful at adapting to urban areas that they are the top nuisance bird nationwide and the bread and butter of the bird control... Read More

The Most Common Nuisance Birds in The Midwest

April 13, 2022
Which Midwestern bird species top the list for nuisance issues? Canada Goose. The Canada Goose is an amazing conservation success story. In fact, they have been so successful at adapting to urban areas that they are the top nuisance bird nationwide and the bread and butter of the bird control... Read More

Recognizing a Bird Problem on Your Property

February 22, 2022
More than 500 species of birds spend at least part of their time in the Midwest, in every variety of habitat, and on every kind of property. Birds provide many benefits beyond the pleasure we derive from watching them and listening to their songs. But not all bird encounters are... Read More

Got Birds? How to Recognize a Bird Problem on Your Property

February 22, 2022
More than 500 species of birds spend at least part of their time in the Midwest, in every variety of habitat, and on every kind of property. Birds provide many benefits beyond the pleasure we derive from watching them and listening to their songs. But not all bird encounters are... Read More

How to Recognize a Bird Problem on Your Property

February 22, 2022
More than 500 species of birds spend at least part of their time in the Midwest, in every variety of habitat, and on every kind of property. Birds provide many benefits beyond the pleasure we derive from watching them and listening to their songs. But not all bird encounters are... Read More

New Bird Challenges In The New Year

January 11, 2022
It wasn’t just a changed world for people in 2020 and 2021; bird species were also forced to adapt to the pandemic-driven interruptions. Bird management strategies have had to keep up. From still empty buildings to the shift in human traffic patterns, lingering pandemic effects will continue to impact birds... Read More

New Bird Conflicts To Expect In The New Year

January 11, 2022
It wasn’t just a changed world for people in 2020 and 2021; bird species were also forced to adapt to the pandemic-driven interruptions. Bird management strategies have had to keep up. From still empty buildings to the shift in human traffic patterns, lingering pandemic effects will continue to impact birds... Read More

A New Year Brings New Bird Challenges

January 11, 2022
It wasn’t just a changed world for people in 2020 and 2021; bird species were also forced to adapt to the pandemic-driven interruptions. Bird management strategies have had to keep up. From still empty buildings to the shift in human traffic patterns, lingering pandemic effects will continue to impact birds... Read More

Bird Diet Types: Foods That Attract Nuisance and Beneficial Birds

November 30, 2021
Bird feeding is a billion-dollar industry, encompassing both the business of attracting birds, and the business of managing unwanted birds who show up wherever there’s a meal. Birds eat a lot: both in volume and variety.  So what exactly do birds eat, and how does that impact the birds you... Read More