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Alaska Electric Substations and Invasive Birds

Posted by BirdGard on Thursday, November 30, 2017

In the vast wilds of Alaska, there are a number of small cities, towns, and villages. These Alaskan cities are so far removed from the contiguous United States that it may seem easy to forget just how vibrant and vital their varied communities really are. Between these communities are thousands of electric substations that not […]

Keeping Arizona Livestock Farms Free From Invasive Birds

Posted by BirdGard on Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Arizona’s reputation as a vast desert may precede it, but the state is replete with thousands of livestock farms. Each of these farms is a vital thread in Arizona’s agricultural tapestry, an even larger part of America’s agricultural landscape on the whole. Throughout the state of Arizona, these farms operate under the constant threat of […]

Utah Dairy Farms And Invasive Birds

Posted by BirdGard on Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Utah may be defined by auburn deserts and salty lakes but it is also dotted with thousands of livestock farms providing meat, cheese, and dairy products to not just the west but to the nation at large. It may not conjure images of grassy fields, Holsteins, and crowing roosters, but Utah is a farm state […]

Protecting Idaho Livestock Farms From Invasive Birds

Posted by BirdGard on Monday, November 27, 2017

Idaho may be known as the official potato state, but there is more to Idaho farming than just the humble spud. All across Idaho are a multitude of livestock farms, each one supplying not only the Pacific Northwest but the nation at large with meat, cheese, and dairy goods. These farms are flanked by the […]

Protecting Wyoming Livestock Farms From Invasive Birds

Posted by BirdGard on Friday, November 24, 2017

While Wyoming wildlife may be couched in famed Yellowstone National Park, there are a considerable amount of livestock farms populating the state as well. These livestock farms supply not just the west, but large swaths of the Midwest and South as well. Keeping these farms protected from wildlife damage may seem like a fruitless proposition […]

Montana Livestock Farms and Invasive Birds

Posted by BirdGard on Thursday, November 23, 2017

In Big Sky Country, there are hundreds of miles of farmland stretched out under endless miles of blue sky. The state’s success as a beacon for ranchers and farmers has cemented its function in the American agricultural landscape. Montana is replete with livestock farms; they dot the horizons from Missoula to Miles City and everywhere […]

How Invasive Birds Affect Texas Livestock Farms

Posted by BirdGard on Wednesday, November 22, 2017

In Texas, ranches reign supreme. Throughout the vastly geologically diverse state, livestock farms inform the legends, the landscape and the lore of Texas.  Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks, Texas Rangers, Texas Longhorns, SMU Mustangs; even Texas sports teams recognize the importance of the iconic Texas cowboy. While Texas is home to some of […]

New Mexico Waste Facilities and Invasive Birds

Posted by BirdGard on Tuesday, November 21, 2017

New Mexico is in the midst of an artistic renaissance, with creative new residents arriving daily to absorb the geographically wonderous landscapes that define the American Southwest. From Santa Fe to Albuquerque, New Mexico’s popularity is soaring, and it’s quickly gaining a reputation among millennials as a fabulous state to call home. New Mexico is […]

Protecting Your Colorado Livestock Farm From Invasive Birds

Posted by BirdGard on Monday, November 20, 2017

In Colorado, snow-capped mountains beckon to affluent ski enthusiasts, ancestral pueblos dot the golden cliffs of Mesa Verde, and the capital city reaches a mile into the sky. Colorado is a study in geographic variety, with landscapes to thrill travelers from around the world. Its beauty is authentic and plain, which makes it one of […]

North Dakota’s Electric Substations and Invasive Bird Damage

Posted by BirdGard on Friday, November 17, 2017

Although North Dakota is a sparsely populated state, with just over 750,000 residents, there are thousands of small electric substations that dot the vast plains. From Fargo to Tioga, from Bottineau to Bismarck and every charming Midwestern town and village in between, North Dakota residents are reliant on the power supplied by those thousands of […]

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