Tag Archive: bird management (62)

Bird Benefits: Why We’re Thankful to Co-Exist with Birds

November 22, 2022
Wild birds can be a nuisance and a risk to human health and safety. They create added maintenance costs, damage structures, and leave a mess for property and business owners. In fact, nuisance issues comprise the majority of our work. But without birds, humans would lose a valuable part of... Read More

Reasons Why We’re Grateful to Co-Exist with Birds

November 22, 2022
Wild birds can be a nuisance and a risk to human health and safety. They create added maintenance costs, damage structures, and leave a mess for property and business owners. In fact, nuisance issues comprise the majority of our work. But without birds, humans would lose a valuable part of... Read More

Thankful for Birds: Why We’re Grateful to Co-Exist with Birds

November 22, 2022
Wild birds can be a nuisance and a risk to human health and safety. They create added maintenance costs, damage structures, and leave a mess for property and business owners. In fact, nuisance issues comprise the majority of our work. But without birds, humans would lose a valuable part of... Read More

Managing Conflicts with North American Vultures

October 11, 2022
There are 22 different bird species classified as vultures. Generally, the vultures are divided into two categories, Old World and New World. Old World vultures include species like the Egyptian vulture and the common griffon vulture; New World vultures include species like the turkey vulture and the black vulture. As... Read More

How to Manage Conflicts with North American Vultures

October 11, 2022
There are 22 different bird species classified as vultures. Generally, the vultures are divided into two categories, Old World and New World. Old World vultures include species like the Egyptian vulture and the common griffon vulture; New World vultures include species like the turkey vulture and the black vulture. As... Read More

North American Vultures: How to Manage Conflicts

October 11, 2022
There are 22 different bird species classified as vultures. Generally, the vultures are divided into two categories, Old World and New World. Old World vultures include species like the Egyptian vulture and the common griffon vulture; New World vultures include species like the turkey vulture and the black vulture. As... Read More

How Do Wildfires Impact Birds & Bird Habitat?

August 23, 2022
It’s no secret that wildfires are becoming more severe in the United States. While most fires occur in the western half of the U.S., our service area is still affected. These fires can cover huge expanses of habitat, taking down trees and grasses and killing insects and other animals. How... Read More