Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Bird Control articles below.
Examining roofing, windows, and siding is critical to sound pest management.
Taking a proactive approach to pest bird control is imperative for maintaining clean and safe facilities.
Bird Net 2000™ is a heavy duty polyethylene bird net that blocks birds from unwanted areas. Made from a U.V. stabilized mesh. Available in various stock sizes, colors and custom cuts. Industry leading guarantee - 10 years!
Bird-X is the leading brand of humane pest and bird control solutions worldwide - ranging from electronic devices, to sonic and ultrasonic repellers, bird spikes and netting, visual scares, and more - each product repels pests naturally, providing long-term results.
No Fly Zone offers a range of humane bird control products and services that help remedy any avian problems you may be experiencing.
Factors such as setting, occupancy, and specific concerns influence strategy.
Whether pest birds have made a facility home or are just moving in, having the expertise to deter them effectively is important.
Investing in preventive bird control is a cost-effective way to keep pest birds away from a facility permanently.
The American Bird Conservancy is working with cities throughout the U.S. to protect birds from building collisions.
This article by Cameron Riddell, president of Bird Barrier America, highlights the threats birds pose to FM budgets.
The company has added an Ornithologist to its team of bird control specialists to provide online advice.
In northern Sweden, travelers will be able to escape to the trees later this year.
This hazing system releases a fine mist into the air to deter pest birds from large open spaces.
Contributor Eric Arnold identifies the best strategies for facility managers looking to create proper bird deterrence programs.
The threat that birds can pose to life was demonstrated by the safe emergency landing of the U.S. Airways passenger jet in New York City’s Hudson River. The threat was further emphasized when commercial airline crews reported more than two dozen emergency landings, aborted takeoffs and other scary incidents due to collisions with birds.