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Bird Barrier Releases 2011 Catalog

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The catalog includes the company’s new logo and listing of its new product offerings.

| June 2, 2011

CARSON, Calif. — Bird Barrier America has released its new 48-page catalog. Designed for the professional installer, the catalog contains an expanded line of bird control products as well as technical tips and diagrams for successful installation of bird control systems.

 The first thing readers will notice is the new logo on the cover of the catalog. The new company logo brings together Bird Barrier’s mission to help pest and wildlife professionals solve bird problems through innovation, imagination and integrity. “We’ve changed the bird design to reflect our values and mission. Our new bird is fluid and creates the illusion of constant motion, a constant eye into the future of bird control,” said Cameron Riddell, president of Bird Barrier America.
 
Bird Barrier’s 2011 catalog introduces two new bird netting systems, a roof ridge support structure for Bird-Shock Flex-Track, OvoControl P birth control for pigeons, the Firefly II visual deterrent and Rat-Out Gel, which is made from green ingredients, among several other products.
 
For more information visit ; contactwww.birdbarrier.com, contact Bird Barrier America, Inc., attn: Carlos Corral, 20925 Chico St., Carson, CA 90746; or call 800/503-5444. To submit photos or ask questions by email send them to bbasales@birdbarrier.com,
 
 
 

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