Bird Netting Say Goodbye to Annoying Birds

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Birds can often become a problem when their numbers grow exponentially.

Too many birds can become a major noise nuisance. This can also lead to a large amount of bird droppings that pollute buildings. These droppings can not only make areas look unsightly and smell bad, but they can also carry disease-causing bacteria that can be harmful to human and animal life.

Bird dropping can also be acidic, causing damage to the paint, wood, concrete, and other building materials. Wherever birds congregate, you will also find other debris like egg shells, feathers, and other dead birds. This debris can find its way into gutters, causing blockages and issues with water runoff.

Since it is not practical nor legal to deal with such pests through the use of pesticides, the next best solution lies in trying to control their ability to reproduce. This means finding means to cut off their access to food and water supplies, and limiting spaces they can safely nest or perch to defecate.

Bird netting offers an effective way of accomplishing these goals. Netting can be used to block off access to areas in a building where they can perch and build sheltered nests. Perching areas provide a vantage point for the birds to scout for food sources and are often where you will find bird droppings beneath. Sheltered spaces provide their nests with protection from weather and predators.

Different types of nets can be installed over areas in building where birds would seek to build nets. Some can also be installed over gardens, orchards, ponds and more. Their size and configuration can be customised to meet various needs.

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