Tag Archive: protected birds (4)

Why are “Nuisance” Wild Birds Protected?

October 8, 2020
If you have spent any time on a golf course, gone picnicking at a local park or beach, or walked along the shoreline, you may not be surprised to learn that nuisance bird problems are cropping up with increasing intensity across the country. From aggressive geese attacking people and cars,... Read More

“Nuisance” Wild Birds: Why Are They Protected?

October 8, 2020
If you have spent any time on a golf course, gone picnicking at a local park or beach, or walked along the shoreline, you may not be surprised to learn that nuisance bird problems are cropping up with increasing intensity across the country. From aggressive geese attacking people and cars,... Read More

How to Manage Protected Birds without Violating the Law

February 15, 2020
All native birds in North America are protected by an international law called the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 and subsequent amendments. Birds migrate and don’t bother with state or national borders. In order to make sure that birds that regularly visit multiple countries are protected, there are other... Read More

Protect Yourself from Protected Birds: Follow the Laws

February 15, 2020
All native birds in North America are protected by an international law called the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 and subsequent amendments. Birds migrate and don’t bother with state or national borders. In order to make sure that birds that regularly visit multiple countries are protected, there are other... Read More