Using Scientific Research to Find State-of-the-Art Solutions

Bird-X works collaboratively with scientists, wildlife specialists, and industry experts to develop high-quality solutions that provide lasting, reliable results. All Bird-X bird and pest control products start with research in new repellent methods. Then, the methods are developed and tested by experts over many years to ensure their ability to be effective, humane, and demonstrate long-term efficacy.

Dr. Whitford installing GooseBuster  drone testing  bats farmhouse research  bat infestation

Scientific Studies

Scientific studies demonstrating the successful use of Bird-X products have been published and/or presented in the following journals, symposia, conferences, and proceedings.

  • Wildlife Damage Control Conference, 2004 & 2011
  • 23rd Vertebrate Pest Conference, 2008
  • Nuisance Bird & Wildlife Management Conference, 2009
  • Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, 2001, 2007
  • 3rd International Wildlife Conference, 2003
  • Ohio Turfgrass Foundation Conference, 2004 & 2005
  • Bird Strike North American Conference, 2009
  • FAA Midwest Regional Airport Control Operators Conference, 2006
  • 4th International Bird Strike Conference, 2002
  • Airport Operators Midwestern Regional  Association, 2006
  • The Mississippi Valley Regional Airport Managers Conference, 2007
  • 3rd International Canada Goose Symposium, 2003
  • Facilities Management Conference, 2008
  • World Workplace International Facilities Mgt Conference, 2004
  • Critter Control National Meeting, 2003
  • 80th Field Ornithologists Meeting, 2003
  • Pest Control Magazine, 2004
  • Wildlife Control Technology, 2003

Research Papers & Presentations

Peer-reviewed scientific research papers and presentations include the following:


Goose research chart      mouse study     goose alarm call sonogram

Further Information

Specific pest studies may be found in our pest finder section