Tag Archive: bird migration (12)

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

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

Which Bird Control Products Work Best During the Bird 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

Pandemics, Birds, and Migration: What You Should Know

December 3, 2020
Covid-19 has upended many aspects of modern human life in ways that are likely to stay with us even after it is gone. But as dramatic as the changes have been, Covid-19 is not a one-of-a-kind event. Covid is a zoonotic disease, meaning it originated in animals and then mutated... Read More

Important Information About Bird Migration and Pandemics

December 3, 2020
Covid-19 has upended many aspects of modern human life in ways that are likely to stay with us even after it is gone. But as dramatic as the changes have been, Covid-19 is not a one-of-a-kind event. Covid is a zoonotic disease, meaning it originated in animals and then mutated... Read More

Managing Fall Bird Migration Challenges: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

October 26, 2020
Every autumn, from September through November, a natural wonder occurs. Billions of birds from thousands of species travel thousands of miles to get from their breeding grounds to their overwintering areas. As they travel through the US, their strong impact is felt by nearly everyone. Brightly colored birds migrate through... Read More

Tackling the Effects of Fall Bird Migration

October 26, 2020
Every autumn, from September through November, a natural wonder occurs. Billions of birds from thousands of species travel thousands of miles to get from their breeding grounds to their overwintering areas. As they travel through the US, their strong impact is felt by nearly everyone. The Positive Impact Birds are... Read More

Migrating Geese Find Rooftops a Cozy Stopping Point

September 3, 2020
Autumn skies can be a beautiful sight, with flocks of migrating geese silhouetted above a golden blaze of changing leaves. Less scenic however, is the mess these flocks can leave behind when they stop to rest along the way. Unfortunately for many property owners, rooftops present an attractive place for... Read More

Rooftops: An Attractive Stopping Point for Migrating Geese

September 3, 2020
Autumn skies can be a beautiful sight, with flocks of migrating geese silhouetted above a golden blaze of changing leaves. Less scenic however, is the mess these flocks can leave behind when they stop to rest along the way. Unfortunately for many property owners, rooftops present an attractive place for... Read More