Friday, May 27, 2011

Boston Bruins are going to Stanley Cup Finals!

Boston Bruins
are going to Stanley Cup Finals!  Congratulations Bruins!  Bruins win 1-0 and take the series 4-3!! On to the Stanley Cup Finals to face Van; Game 1 is Wed....


Sunday, May 22, 2011


For those of you on construction projects near wooded areas, hunters, hikers, dog owners, folks who might come in contact with Ticks; here is a method of removing a tick that might be helpful to you.  
Nurse discovered a safe, easy way to remove Ticks where they automatically withdraw themselves when you follow her simple instructions.  Read  this one as it could save you from some major problems.
Tick  Removal 
Spring  is here and the ticks will soon be showing their heads.  Here is a good way to get  them off you, your Children, or your pets.  Give it a try. 

"I had a pediatrician tell me what she believes is the best way to remove  a tick.  This is great, because it works in those places where it's sometimes difficult to get to with 
tweezers: between toes, in the middle of a head full of dark hair, etc."   

"Apply a glob of liquid soap to a cotton ball.  Cover the tick with the soap-soaked cotton ball  and swab it for a few seconds (15-20), the tick will come out on its own and be stuck to the cotton ball when you lift it away.  This technique has worked every time I've used it (and that was frequently, and it's  much less traumatic for the Patient and easier for me.." 
"Unless  someone is allergic to soap, I can't see that this would be damaging in any way.  I even had my doctor's wife call me for advice because she had one stuck to her back and she couldn't reach it with tweezers.  She used this method and immediately called me back  to say,  "It worked!" 

Just thought we would share this article because of all the rain the ticks are out of control!  So, becareful out there!

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Precision Wildlife is the Official Service Provider for The Brockton Rox

 Commercial Pigeon & Bird Removal Services

They say it's good luck if a bird poops on you! Well I'm wondering how one owner of Marciano Stadium's luck has been since his direct hit last season, and I'm not talking about a foul ball.

As a result of this bird dropping its dropping precisely on a key decision maker of "The Great Bird Solution" many have seen some luck go their way. Owners of this stadium no longer have to worry about being pelted by the birds that have decided the stadium is as good as theirs. All the patrons who attend will also feel so lucky that they to will not be targeted by the angry birds of Brockton, unless the birds retaliate due to the netting that keeps them from where they once called home.

Precision Wildlife has been able to showcase its professional bird netting services and show why it is a leader in commercial bird netting, control & management.

Sometimes luck has nothing to do with it but when lucks not on your side a little hard work attention to detail will do. Facilities manager and owners of the stadium have decided to move forward on a long-term solution to their bird problem and not just settle for time consuming and ineffective control measures. Precision Wildlife has the solution which includes; stainless steel hardware properley attached to the stadiums stucture to ensure the solution will that for many years to come as well as bird netting that carries a 10-year manufactures UV warranty.

So next time your attend a game at Marciano Stadium with any luck you'll remember to look up to see our work and be thankful that we may have prevented a bird from pooping on YOU! GO ROX!

Commercial bird work, removal, control, management, bird netting, shock track, grid wires, bird spike, grid wire and more all serviced in : Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, Connecticut and New Jersey. 


Sunday, May 15, 2011

Angry Birds? Commercial Removal MA RI NH

Don't Be an Angry Bird - Call Precision Wildlife Services!
Precision Wildlife provides permanent long lasting solutions for any type of nuisance bird problem. Our exclusion and deterrent methods are all backed with a written warranty ranging from 2-5 years.

Our solutions our generally targeted to deter pigeons, sparrows, grackles, and starlings. These nuisance birds can cause very serious health hazards by roosting and constantly perching near large populations of people. They are also responsible for the defacing of rooftops, sidewalls, floors, facades, and also costly equipment.

Health Hazard

There are over 60 diseases associated with birds and their dropping. Buildings contaminated with bird nesting and droppings are putting its occupants at great risk and therefore cleanups should be handled by trained professionals. We offer full service decontamination services for all bird contaminated situations and normally perform these services before any preventative or exclusionary work is done. Give Us a call 877-945-3776.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Commercial Bird Removal and Control Boston MA

Commercial & Industrial

Commercial and industrial buildings often entice pigeons to perch and/or roost on them due to their high rooflines and shelter areas. Services pertaining to commercial buildings can be very involved in order to provide a bird free environment. A full site evaluation and inspection report is the first step solving commercial bird problems.

Pest bird problems on commercial buildings are solved by Precision Wildlife with innovative and proven methods. Simply applying spike and fake owls to perching and roosting areas just doesn't cut it. We provide custom solutions for our clients using the best materials for each.

What is histoplasmosis?

Histoplasmosis is an infection that varies in symptoms and seriousness. It usually affects the lungs. When it affects other parts of the body, it is called disseminated histoplasmosis.

Histoplasmosis [his-toh-plaz-MOH-sis] is a fungal infection that varies in symptoms and seriousness.

Histoplasmosis usually affects the lungs and causes a short-term, treatable lung infection. When it affects other parts of the body, it is called disseminated histoplasmosis. Disseminated histoplasmosis can be fatal.

The histoplasmosis fungus lives in soil, especially soil that is enriched with bat or bird droppings.

People get histoplasmosis when they breathe in dust that contains the fungus.

Histoplasmosis is treatable with fungus-killing medicines.

To prevent histoplasmosis: 1) avoid exposure to dust from soil that might be contaminated with bat or bird droppings, and 2) avoid disturbing accumulations of bat or bird droppings

Bird Mites

Bird mites parasitize a wide variety of domestic and wild birds, including poultry, pigeons, starlings, sparrows and robins. These mites normally remain on birds or in bird nests throughout their life. Mite eggs are laid in nests or on feathers. Hatching occurs in two to three days and adults are seen about five days later if birds are present.

However, if a bird falls out of a nest and dies or a nest is abandoned, bird mites seek other hosts. These mites may enter homes, sometimes in large numbers to search for food when nests are on or in buildings. Although bird mites often bite people, circumstances have been described where they are found in large numbers but do not appear to annoy anyone.


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