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Cats might understand gravity according to Daily Mirror #SundayBlogShare #smartypants #pestcontrol http://ow.ly/AwEZ301n79g
This may be hard to believe, but your moggie may be a furry Einstein
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Oh no! This baby deer found his way into a Colorado home #pestcontrol #fridayreads #wedoitall (via BuzzFeed) http://ow.ly/wHuk301n5bd
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They might be cute, but bears can be pesky--we've got bear deterrents! #wedoitall #WildlifeWednesday (via BuzzFeed) http://ow.ly/uxIa301n4Qy
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Our #Chicago office has expanded! Thanks to our loyal customers for the business #goodnewstues via EIN Presswire http://ow.ly/QM9m301kR4v
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Eek! #NYC sure does have its fair share of #pestprobz #mice #bedbugs #SundayBlogShare from Gothamist http://ow.ly/YkIi3015NyC
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Usually ducks are the problem, but this #quacksquad is helping one vineyard with #pestcontrol (via Star2.com) http://ow.ly/KbZA301n6np
Indian Runner ducks are being used in vineyards in South Africa to seek and eat thousands of tiny white dune snails feasting on budding vines.
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One of our ads in @PMP_magazine has received some great attention! #fridayreads #breaking #pestcontrol (via PRWeb) http://ow.ly/KUV1301Bf4U
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 24, 2016 -- Bird-X’s March 2016 Pest Management Professional magazine ad scores highly in commissioned study by Signet Research, Inc.
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'Birds pack more cells into their brains than mammals' #smartypants #NotAllBirdsArePests story via The Guardian http://ow.ly/eOjo301n5r0
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One bird has come back from the grave! #blueeyedghostbird #MondayBlues #NotAllBirdsArePests (via Audubon Society) http://ow.ly/oWqB3015Ozl
Seventy-five years after the ground-dove was last seen in Brazil, a new discovery has conservationists scrambling to protect it.
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'Another Threat to Hawaiian Birds: Cat Poop' #feralcats #pestcontrol #wedoitall #caturday reads via Scientific American http://ow.ly/xh7l3015NTP
Some Hawaiian geese populations are heavily infected by toxoplasmosis from feral cats, a new study finds
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Leading brand of humane pest and bird control products worldwide.
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After years of research and testing, we know that pest birds and other animals can be conditioned – using their most basic fears and survival instincts – to stay away from areas where a threat is perceived. Bird-X products not only prevent pest infestation, property damage, the spread of disease, and workplace liability – they also eliminate the need for chemical pesticides, poisons and dangerous traps.

We are also passionate about providing sustainable solutions.That’s why Bird-X has been leading the movement to develop, improve and offer ‘green’ repellent solutions for almost fifty years. We have proven that wildlife and pest populations can be controlled and kept in areas where they are safe from harm and where they are unable to cause harm.