Each year thousands of Golf Courses, Parks, Green Belts, Back Yards, Baseball Fields and even cemeteries are inundated with messy, slippery Canada Goose droppings. Canada Geese can be found on any type of grassy area that surrounds water, from backyard ponds, to large lakes and rivers. They breed throughout North America. Spring migration usually starts in late winter and will take several weeks to complete. The fall migration will begin when the water and soil begins to freeze. Geese feed mainly on land grazing on grassy plants and our lawns. In the spring and summer they can feed for up to 12 hours a day. This extended feeding leads to a lot of waste; a goose produces up to a pound of droppings a day. Multiply that by hundreds of geese and you have a big problem with goose droppings. This can lead to public health concerns in parks, golf courses, and other public areas.
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Mission Viejo, Ca: Bird-B-Gone, Inc. the world’s largest manufacturer of effective, humane bird deterrents has published a new catalog for 2011. The catalog features over 100 products to help prevent birds from landing or nesting on rooftops, window sills, eaves, canopies, beams, signs and other areas. Bird-B-Gone’s products are easy to install and have industry leading guarantees. Products include bird exclusion netting, bird spikes, low-profile electric track systems, bird repellents, visual bird deterrents and more.
Since 1992, Bird-B-Gone has provided affordable solutions to pest bird problems. Products have been used to successfully deter birds from airports, schools, hospitals, military bases, historic buildings and other settings where birds have become a nuisance.
Bird-B-Gone has a team of bird control engineers and an on-staff Ornithologist to offer expert advice on choosing and installing the correct products. If you don’t have the time or resources to handle your bird problem, Bird-B-Gone has a network of trained professionals across the globe that can.
To receive your copy of the new 2011 Bird-B-Gone Catalog, or to get advice on your pest bird problem, call us at 1-800-392-6915 or email your name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org, and put “New Catalog” in the message title. You can also access and download the full catalog online by visiting: http://www.birdbgone.com/free-catalog/.