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Bird-B-Gone Launches New Website

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The new, improved website was created to be a helpful resource to pest control and wildlife professionals.

| May 11, 2012

MISSION VIEJO, Calif. — Bird-B-Gone, a leading manufacturer of professional grade bird deterrents, announces the launch of its newly designed website.

Bird-B-Gone supplies the commercial, industrial and residential market with effective, humane bird deterrents manufactured in the USA. Beyond offering high quality products with industry leading guarantees, the company prides itself on the level of customer service, support and free training provided to customers.

The new, improved website will be a helpful resource to pest control and wildlife professionals or anyone looking to deter birds from their property. The site offers specific information for nearly every industry affected by pest birds.

“Ask an Expert” allow customers direct access to some of the top experts in the bird control industry. Bird-B-Gone’s on-staff Ornithologist, Dr. Rob Fergus and others can be emailed directly for personalized answers to difficult bird problems.

The resource center provides technical data for architects and engineers such as CAD details, BIM objects and product specifications, along with information on common pest birds, diseases associated with birds, and why bird control is important. Here you will also find case studies and informative videos.

 

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