Bird Management Field Guide

A Comprehensive Manual For Preventing & Resolving Pest Bird Problems

This booklet written by Richard Kramer Ph.D. covers all the basics for bird control. It teaches about bird diseases and how to prevent them. It also instructs you about the tools and techniques of bird control and the manufacturers where you can purchase products. This 118 page handbook with illustrations will educate you in the fundamentals of bird control. You will know the terms and the issues that will make you knowledgeable concerning the techniques and issues to resolve bird problems. This book is ideal if you are wanting to check up on your animal damage control contractor to see if he really knows what he is doing.

If you wish to have a book explain the techniques of bird control in intricate detail then you will want to purchase "How to Succeed in Urban Bird Control.

Pigeon control guideBird Management Field Guide: A Comprehensive Manual for Preventing & Resolving Pest Bird Problems. by Richard Kramer.

118 illustrated pages (approx 4"x6 1/2 inch size pages for easy portability)

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