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.

1 comment:

Dacey said...

There are commercially available sprays that use ingredients approved by both the FDA and the EPA that will repel birds with nothing more than a chemical that has been used to flavor gum and candy for decades.


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