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New research challenges the hypothesis about how bird flight first developed #sciencesunday (via ScienceDaily) http://ow.ly/pYjB302tpgQ
New research challenges a long-held hypotheses about how flight first developed in birds.
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Apparently birds do not like seaweed #pestcontrol #birdcontrol #whoknew #factfriday (via Organic Authority) http://ow.ly/Bakb302hU8k
The beach can offer more than sun and seashells, it also offers a valuable soil amendment. Learn about the benefits of seaweed fertilizer and much more.
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Pound for pound, birds have more brain power than mammals #WednesdayWisdom #NotAllBirdsArePests (via Popular Science) http://ow.ly/u3Cq302b7uH
A possible explanation for avian cognitive ability
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Study finds that city birds are more aggressive than rural birds... do you think it's the traffic? ‪#‎birdhumor‬ ‪#‎NotAllBirdsArePests‬ (via Virginia Tech) http://ow.ly/ASgr302oUJv
No need to hit the movie theater or download the app: Angry Birds can be found right in your backyard this summer — if you live in the suburbs, that is. Virginia Tech researchers found in Southwest Virginia that birds living in suburban areas show significantly higher levels of territorial aggression than their country counterparts.
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Frigatebirds use updrafts to stay in flight for months at a time #ScienceSunday #NotAllBirdsArePests via The Science Explorer http://ow.ly/tH9B302b5bB
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'Birds at zoo prove eating doesn't have to be dull' #fangfriday #fbf #NotAllBirdsArePests (via Journal Sentinel) http://ow.ly/nzmO302g28m
Longtime Green Sheet zoo columnist Alicia Armstrong compares the way humans eat to the way birds do, and finds the former wanting.
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Pet cats are being mistaken for pest cats #uhoh #pestcontrolnotpetcontrol #caturday #news (via Thenational.ae) http://ow.ly/yRzU302hUu2
Trap, neuter and release programme vet says about 50 cat owners have said their pets have disappeared in recent weeks.
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This prehistoric bird was preserved in amber 100 million years ago! #HistoryThursday #TBT (via Audubon Society) http://ow.ly/oG1D302b7M6
The fossils were discovered in Myanmar amber—a form of mummification that's typical for insects.
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Some birds follow grammar rules in their songs #music #tuesdaytunesday #NotAllBirdsArePests (via NewsAdvance.com) http://ow.ly/ozAt302b65C
Live in a house with a parrot and your life will be punctuated by a series of chirps and squawks, morning calls and afternoon lectures.
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Homeowners can always check us out for a humane #pestcontrol solution! #MoralMonday #birdcontrol #tips http://ow.ly/dm03302b71v
Suzanne Billman Bradford said her neighbor's bird feeders attract too many birds and their waste.
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Wild birds are a reoccurring issue at Sea-Tac Airport--our Airport Bird Control System can help! #birdcontrol http://ow.ly/Rz95302b4D7
The geography of the Northwest brings a diversity of wildlife — and related headaches. Birds get in the path of jetliners. Crows frequently knock out power. And rats occasionally crawl up toilets.
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Not sure if this squirrel is trying to make his camera début... #pestcontrol #butheisphotogenic (via TreeHugger.com) http://ow.ly/dRGa301WJwk
Our photo of the day reveals the elegance of a Western gray squirrel.
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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.