Archive for the ‘Dumps and Landfills’ Category

Next Page »

Keeping Montana Waste Management Facilities Free From Invasive Birds

Posted by BirdGard on Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Montana may be known for its wide-open spaces, but it is the people who live here that really shape Montana’s image. From Bozeman to Missoula, and all through Flathead National Forest, the residents of this state rely implicitly upon the services of Montana’s many waste management facilities. The facilities are not only crucial to Montana’s […]

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 […]

Arkansas Waste Facility and Invasive Birds

Posted by BirdGard on Thursday, November 9, 2017

On the border of the Mississippi River is Arkansas, known for its wild fertile areas and rugged terrain including mountains, rivers, and the jagged Ozarks. But between all the rural wonder there are vibrant thriving cities housing over 3 million people. Those millions of Arkansas residents all rely on the services of their local waste […]

How To Keep Alabama Waste Facilities Free From Invasive Birds

Posted by BirdGard on Wednesday, October 25, 2017

If there’s one thing all waste management facilities managers know, it’s how much mayhem invasive birds can cause. Invasive birds can damage fencing and power lines, as well as spread waste beyond facility walls, carrying with them the potential for dangerous bacteria. Additionally, invasive birds can swarm neighborhoods located near waste management facilities putting families […]

Tennessee Waste Management Facilities and Invasive Birds

Posted by BirdGard on Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Deep in the heart of Tennessee sits Nashville, the epicenter of country music. Between the Grand Ol’ Opry, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and the endless stretches of honkey tonks and music halls, Nashville’s annual visitors top out in the millions. Memphis, located in southern Tennessee is home to Graceland, the legendary Sun Studios […]

How Invasive Birds Threaten South Carolina Waste Facilities

Posted by BirdGard on Friday, October 13, 2017

South Carolina is more than sub-tropical beaches and civil war monuments. South Carolina is also home to over 4 million residents. From the sandy shores of Myrtle Beach to the colonial architecture of Charlottesville, South Carolina is a geographically diverse state, and it’s that biodiversity that makes it so charming to hordes of invasive birds. […]

Pennsylvania Waste Facilities And Invasive Birds

Posted by BirdGard on Thursday, October 5, 2017

The state of Pennsylvania is replete with lush, vibrant wild areas, huge cities that hum with excitement and sprawling farmlands, dotted with provincial villages and small towns. The state is home to over 12 million people from all walks of life. Despite their huge differences, most Pennsylvania residents share a common need—the safe management and […]

Protecting New York Waste Facilities From Invasive Birds

Posted by BirdGard on Monday, October 2, 2017

The state of New York is more than just the glittering skyscrapers of The Big Apple, it’s five idiosyncratic boroughs and diverse display of humankind, and its global contribution to culture, finance, and commerce. Beyond NYC there are glorious acres of lush rural land, mile after mile of Atlantic Ocean and dozens of other thriving […]

Vermont Waste Facilities And Invasive Birds

Posted by BirdGard on Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Vermont is rich with densely forested areas and mountainous terrains. Its seasons are marked by dramatic transformations; opaque, glittering winters that evaporate into lush, voluptuous springs, that in turn flower into endlessly golden summer days before revealing the most resplendent fall leaf landscape in the world. Vermont is a beautiful state, with a modest population […]

How To Keep Invasive Birds Away From Your Georgia Waste Management Facility

Posted by BirdGard on Friday, September 22, 2017

Georgia, the peachiest of the southern states, is home to a vibrant and diverse population, fertile and plentiful farm lands, and a dramatic, heartbreaking history. In Georgia’s metropolitan areas, millions of people reside comfortably amongst the fabled remnants and tragic lore the mid-1800s Georgia gold rush. At the foot of the Blue Mountains, what were […]

Next Page »