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Bird Barrier Releases Bird Control TV Episode

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The episode features a variety of information for professional installers including new products, bird control case studies, on-site visits and a promotion

| June 4, 2010

Bird Barrier America has released its inaugural television show, Bird Control TV. The episode features a variety of information for professional installers including new products, bird control case studies, on-site visits and a promotion.

Company president Cameron Riddell, who acts as the host, tells how the episode came to be. “We have been producing little videos for some time now, gathering more footage from the field and our own efforts,” he said. “Rather than sending out lots of little videos we decided to put them all together into a show format. Now viewers can watch the video from start to finish and see a wide variety of interesting and useful content.”

Here is what a viewer can expect from the inaugural episode:
• Video footage of turkey vultures being deterred by Bird-Shock
• How an incredible complex tubular pyramid was bird proofed
• An introduction to OvoControl P, pigeon birth control
• On the Job with Lenny Mongiello; visiting an installer in Arizona
• Failed bird control photo contest
• Product features; Dura-Spike and Bird-Off Gel
• And more

Viewers can watch the episode, or just individual clips at http://www.birdbarrier.tv/May2010.htm
 

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