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Bird-B-Gone Publishes New Catalog

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The new full-color 49-page catalog includes a series of innovative new products from Bird-B-Gone.

| December 8, 2009

MISSION VIEJO, Calif. — Bird-B-Gone has just published an extensive new catalog for commercial, industrial, and residential use.  The new full-color 49-page catalog includes a series of innovative new products including the new “Avian-Plus” Bird Hazing System. The catalog features over 100 products to help solve virtually any type of pest bird problem.

Founded in 1992, Bird-Gone has a devoted team of Bird Control Engineers who consult with small and large businesses across the globe to help solve pest bird problems. 

To receive a copy of the new catalog, contact the company at 800/392-6915, or email nobirds@birdbgone.com.
 

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