Tag Archive: bird pathogens (8)

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

Bird Deterrent Strategies for Food Supply Safety

May 12, 2020
At a time when the food industry is struggling to manage the devastating effects of the coronavirus, the recent outbreak of avian flu in South Carolina was a stark reminder that the threats to our food supply come in many forms. Confirmation of the highly pathogenic H7N3 avian influenza (HPAI)... Read More

Bird-Related Indoor Air Quality Issues: A Threat to Human Health

April 23, 2020
Knowledge, as we've learned only too well in recent weeks, is one of the best defenses when it comes to preventing the spread of disease. Unfortunately, some of the most serious health hazards associated with birds are among the least familiar. Many people do not understand the risks associated with... Read More

Combating Bird Threats vs. ‘Nuisances’: Food Safety Deterrence

April 8, 2020
Professional bird control services provide an important benefit to many businesses responsible for the health and safety of their customers, visitors and workforce. But few have as great a responsibility to public health and safety as those in the food supply chain. In ordinary times, most people don’t give a... Read More

Bird Deterrence for Food Safety: Combating Threat vs. “Nuisances”

April 8, 2020
Professional bird control services provide an important benefit to many businesses responsible for the health and safety of their customers, visitors and workforce. But few have as great a responsibility to public health and safety as those in the food supply chain. In ordinary times, most people don’t give a... Read More

April Showers Bring May Flowers… And Exposure to Bird Pathogens

April 2, 2015
Spring clean-up typically means cleaning up salt and snow piles, mulching parking lot islands, and planting flowers, however clean-up crews should also look up and head to the roof as part of their regular routine. What does cleaning the roof have to do with making the building look good? Actually,... Read More

April Showers Bring May Flowers….and exposure to bird pathogens?

April 2, 2015
Spring clean-up typically means cleaning up salt and snow piles, mulching parking lot islands, and planting flowers, however clean-up crews should also look up and head to the roof as part of their regular routine. What does cleaning the roof have to do with making the building look good? Actually,... Read More