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University of Arizona Crow Study

Managing Bird Damage to Pecan Groves in Arizona with Bio-Acoustic Bird Distress Call

University of Arizona | College of Agriculture and Life Science
Arizona Cooperative Extension | Cochise County

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Rutgers Dairy Study

Bird Control on Dairy Farms

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station

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Health Hazards of Bird Droppings

Birds and Disease Transmission & the Economic Impacts of Diseases Carried by Birds

United States Department of Agriculture
Managing Vertebrate Invasive Species: 
Proceedings of an International Symposium 
(G. W. Witmer, W. C. Pitt, K. A. Fagerstone, Eds). 
USDA/APHIS/WS, National Wildlife Research Center, Fort Collins, CO. 2007.

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Starlings and the Spread of Diseases

Role of the European Starling in the Transmission of E. coli O157 on Dairy Farms

Jeffrey LeJeune
Food Animal Health Research Program, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, The Ohio State University, Wooster, Ohio
Jeffrey Homan and George Linz
National Wildlife Research Center, Great Plains Field Station, Bismarck, North Dakota
David L. Pearl
Department of Population Medicine, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada

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USDA Factsheet

Factsheet May 2010: Assistance to Dairy Farms and Facilities

Wildlife Services
United States Department of Agriculture

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Electronic Bird Control

A built in microprocessor continually randomizes the order the sounds play, the time and the relative pitch of each bird sound to give the impression many birds are in distress in the protected area.  This random technology prevents the birds from becoming habituated and keeps them out of the berry patch all the way through harvest.

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