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Bird-B-Gone Publishes New Catalog for 2011

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The new catalog features more than 100 products to prevent birds from landing or nesting in commercial, industrial and residential settings.

| February 8, 2011

 MISSION VIEJO, Calif. — Bird-B-Gone has published a new catalog for 2011. The new catalog features more than 100 products to prevent birds from landing or nesting in commercial, industrial and residential settings.

The 2011 catalog features Bird Spikes, Bird Netting & Hardware, Electric Track Systems, Live Traps and more. Bird-B-Gone products carry industry leading guarantees and are manufactured in the U.S. More than just products, the catalog features new resources for installers such as a guide for choosing the right product and visual diagrams.

To receive a copy of the new 2011 Bird-B-Gone Catalog, call 800/392-6915 or e-mail your name and address to nobirds@birdbgone.com, and put “New Catalog” in the message title. You can also access and download the full catalog online by visiting: http://www.birdbgone.com/free-catalog/.
 

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