Managing a Seagull Infestation: Letter from a Property Manager

seagull infestion at popular grocery chainAt Migratory Bird Management, we take pride in solving bird problems to greatly reduce property manager stress. Below is a letter we recently received from a relieved property manager of a popular grocery chain location in the Milwaukee area.

"In the Spring of 2019, I was faced with a nightmare scenario as a Property Manager. I had a vacant large box, located in both a downtown and a dense residential area infested with seagulls.
I had calls from the neighbors and calls from the local government officials complaining about the situation. It was bad. Thousands of seagulls taking over the shopping center. I immediately contacted Migratory Bird Management. I have used them before for issues less serious with great results, but this was as bad as it gets.
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Managing Pest Birds as a Community

controlling pest birds with your neighborsManaging nuisance birds is a difficult undertaking. The power of flight leaves birds far more mobile than many other types of nuisance wildlife and undeterred by property boundaries.

Bird conflicts are further complicated by federal laws protecting all native birds (including geese and gulls) and a wide array of other state and federal restrictions for dealng with them, including permitting and licensing requirements.

Our biologists and bird control experts are here to help, from offering free educational seminars to encourage helpful community behavior to utilizing our trained canine team for dog service.

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How to Protect Birds from Window Collisions

victims of bird window collisionsWindow collisions kill nearly a billion birds in the U.S. every year. Every window poses a risk and commercial buildings, with their enormous walls of glass, are a particularly dangerous obstacle for migrating birds.

For property owners, these tragic bird deaths are compounded by the other problems they create.

Fortunately, there are new, cost-effective collision avoidance solutions that can reduce bird deaths by 95%.

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