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The High Cost of Neglecting Bird Control

On February 25th 2016, The News Center in West Virginia reported that the AES Laurel Mountain LLC wind energy facility paid $30,000 in finesi for accidentally killing hundreds of migratory birds. … Read More

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Spiders – the Creepy Crawlers We Need

There are plenty of creepy, crawly pests in the world, but spiders seem to take the top spot for the most terror-inducing specimens. Although your fist instinct when you see one … Read More

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Top 5 Reasons to Choose Humane Pest Control Solutions

So you’ve got a pest problem. Mice in the pantry? Bats in the attic? Raccoons in the back yard? Pigeons on the balcony? Whatever it is – you have some … Read More

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Benefits of Bats – a Little Insight from Big Texas

Here at Bird-X, we are always discussing ways to get rid of “pests” – however, it’s nice to take a step back and see the benefits that these animals bring and … Read More

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Father’s Day Gift Ideas – For Gardener Dads!

Father’s Day is almost here.  Does your dad enjoy gardening and taking care of his yard? Does he also appreciate eco-friendly solutions? Then here are some great last-minute Father’s Day gift ideas!

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Green products. Green company!

Bird-X pest control products are safe and non-toxic. They modify the environment to teach pests to stay away from problem areas. There’s no continuous application of chemicals and no killing. That … Read More


Yard Gard ultrasound – comfort and safety.

Of course safety is the single most important thing to us and to our customers.  One reason our non-toxic, ‘green’ solutions are so popular is the absence of risk in using them.

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Nature's Defense Organic Mouse & Rat Repellent

Keep rodents away with organic rodent repellent. Listener-tested, Trapper-approved.

Can you keep rodents away without using traps or poisons?  Yes.  And it’s a good idea when you’re trying to keep rodents away from areas where children or pets might be affected.  … Read More


Grape growing, vineyard pests and bird control

Grape growers everywhere are familiar with vineyard pests, especially pest birds.  The most common vineyard problem birds are robins, starlings, finches, orioles, mockingbirds, and grackles.  One study determined that a flock … Read More

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