It’s safe to say that humans and wild pigeons are not the best of friends. While there is a certain breed of pigeon bred for racing, and domesticated by humans, the pigeons perched on the side of your house, or walking along your balcony, are not that kind. One unique thing about pigeons is that […]
Did you catch Bird Barrier’s June Episode of Bird Barrier TV? Watch it here, now. This episode features a segment about Seagulls and showcases a StealthNet On the Job. It also offers some great sales and tech tips you can use during your next bird job.
Yesterday, Jim Dreisacker, the owner of Batcone LLC and very good friend of Bird Barrier was very nice to stop by our office. With over 30 years of wildlife experience, Jim Dreisacker tried every bat trap in existence with little success. He was determined to find a bat control product even if it meant he […]
Did you catch Bird Barrier’s May Episode of Bird Barrier TV? Watch it here, now. This episode features a lot of great information about Sparrows and offers some great sales and tech tips you can use during your next bird job.
StealthNet installations can be very complicated. They require proper planning during the design phase to make sure the installation is professional, effective and long-lasting. One question that always comes up is, Should I support my net with additional cables and attachments? Although every installation is different because of differing building features, we’ve design an easy […]
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