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How do you stop 1 billion birds a year from flying into windows? http://ow.ly/LlMri
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"Talking turkey" - status update re: bird flu outbreaks: http://ow.ly/LlM23
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The Bird Flu has shown up in a South Dakota turkey flock: http://ow.ly/LbgmK
A bird flu strain that's deadly to poultry has shown up in a commercial turkey flock in South Dakota and a fourth turkey farm in Minnesota, state and federal agencies confirmed Thursday, bringing the total number of outbreaks in the Midwest to nine and leading to the deaths of 314,000 birds...
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We never knew... http://ow.ly/KZ1gt
Spanish fly isn't just a mythical drug. It's a real thing, and these male birds use it to get females to mate with them. Learn how spanish fly works, but only when males take it.
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How much are some cities willing to spend to save their birds? Money talks: http://ow.ly/LlMef
Rather than focus on rare or endangered species, a new study asks city-dwellers about the value of birds in their backyards and parks.
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Purple Martin Colony prepares for spring flocks: http://ow.ly/LiwaW
Volunteers do the spring cleaning at the Purple Martin Colony of Lemon Creek to get the bird houses ready before the large swallows return to nest. Kathryn Carse | carse@siadvance.com STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- A multi-generational work party was busy...
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"Sioux Falls is for the birds" http://ow.ly/Lbh3L
Eagles, falcons, vultures no strangers to city life
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Sloths grow algae on their fur coats - which provides food for hungry birds... read the weird story: http://ow.ly/LbgWv
Brown jays dine on sloths' insect inhabitants
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Amazing - check out these photos! http://ow.ly/L55vQ
In late 2013, 10-year-old Noah Bloom found a deserted magpie chick in a New South Wales suburb. After taking her home and giving her a towel as a bed, the Blooms called a veterinarian friend of the family for advice. They could hand the bird over to ...
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This bird builds large, colony-sized bird houses (crazy!): http://ow.ly/KTegr
No these aren't haystacks stuck in a phone pole. Visit the Kalahari Desert in the south of Africa and you're bound to run into a peculiar animal called the Sociable Weaver Bird. The birds are called "social" not just because they live in organized colonies, but
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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.