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Natural Forces Introduces InvisiDye Avian Training Tool

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When InvisiDye is mixed with bird repellents, it teaches geese and birds to avoid treated grass, plants and fruit by offering a visual warning.

| February 18, 2010

DAVIDSON, NC – Natural Forces introduces InvisiDye, a new product designed to complement the existing line of ReJex-it bird repellents.

InvisiDye is a non-lethal avian training tool, that when mixed with Migrate, Feather Duster or other bird repellents, teaches geese and birds to avoid treated grass, plants and fruit by offering a visual warning.

Devlin Reynolds, President of Natural Forces, commented "InvisiDye combines years of research by the USDA Wildlife Services and other agencies into a training tool for geese and other birds. By mixing InvisiDye with Migrate, Feather Duster or other repellents, birds have the ability to immediately associate ‘irritation’ with the treated turf, plant or fruit. Natural Forces, with the Rejex-it line of products, is committed to finding innovative, non-lethal means of avian management. Invisidye is another step toward attaining these goals.”

For additional information visit www.naturalforcesllc.com.

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