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Wonderful Facts on a Few Special Birds Found in North Dakota
The many birds of North Dakota include the American white pelican, the red–necked grebe, the western meadowlark, the golden eagle, and the piping plover.
Some other common birds in North Dakota are the American crow, the black–capped chickadee, the common grackle, the downy woodpecker, and the northern cardinal.
The American white pelican is found in cities such as Bismarck, Fargo, and Grand Forks. The red–necked grebe is found in Jamestown and Dickinson. The western meadowlark is found throughout the state, while the golden eagle is found mostly in the western part of North Dakota. The piping plover is found on the coast of the state.
Below you'll find a collection of the top products found among the hundreds of others we, at Bird Barrier®, employ with success on a daily basis.
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StealthNet® Bird Netting
The world’s best commercial bird netting product. Bird netting protects property by keeping out pest birds. Strong and durable, StealthNet® bird netting is a pest bird control product for buildings, balconies, garages, barns, hangars, or other structures.
This very safe low-profile electrified track conforms to any architectural configuration. Flex-Track curves up and down, and side to side; and the stainless steel braid gently follows the UV-stabilized PVC base without wrinkling. Solar & hardwired.
Daddi Long Legs®
A unique design deters gulls, pigeons, and other large birds, from landing in open spaces such as flat roofs or air conditioning units, as well as on street lights and other hard-to-protect areas. Even works great on boats! Arms made of stainless-steel.
Completely protects a ledge or narrow overhang against all bird species; they simply can't get a grip and slide right off the ledge. When color matched to the structure, Additionally, BirdSlide looks like it's part of the architecture.