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Bye-Bye Birdie

GENERAL INFORMATION

Bye-Bye Birdie bird repellant is no longer available; it has been replaced with Bat Scat repellent.  Bat Scat contains the same active ingredient and is now labeled for repelling birds.

bird repellant: Bye Bye Birdie

For most of us, the early morning songs and chatter of birds is a pleasant and enjoyable sound. It heralds the beginning of a new day, a fresh start and a beautiful sunrise. It is only when these bird colonies reach a significant size or location that we become affected by their behavior. Birds colonize in a manner similar to bats and produce the same damaging effects with their droppings.



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HABITAT

Birds habitats are relatively simple:

    1. Nesting must be as undisturbed as possible.
    2. Food and water must be in abundance for parents and nestlings.

We are all familiar with the damage that bird droppings have on automotive paint. Few rarely consider the potential of dangerous micro-organisms problems when carrying bird droppings into our living areas on the soles of our shoes. Mites fall into this last category. While not necessarily dangerous they can cause health problems if allowed to enter and multiply in a friendly environment.

PHYSIOLOGY

Sensory receptors:

    1. Olfactory bulb and nerves.
    2. Taste fibers on the tongue and buccal lining.
    3. Body surface nerves or "common chemical sense." This is well known but not well studied or tested.
    4. Inhalation.

A birds olfactory senses are similar to bats and mice but are not used for the same purpose. Birds prefer little or no unusual odors present.

CHEMICAL RESPONSE

Birds have an immediate physical response to odor stimuli. The stronger the odor the stronger the response. Dr. T's repellents produce the following reactions, none of which are destructive or permanent.

    1. Increased heart rate. The more intense the odor the more the heart rate goes up (Wenzel,1971)
    2. Inflammatory odor stimuli (naphthalene) affects reproductive cycles and other aspects of general behavior in both birds and rats (Hutton & Wenzel, 1971)
    3. Immediate respiratory effect. When the volatile particles of naphthalene are inhaled the CO2 concentrations are affected within 1/2 second. This in turn causes a blood gas exchange problem which increases respiration and heart rate.

These problems within the balance of the birds habitat alter its limits for tolerance or endurance and leaves the birds three options:

    1. Migrate
    2. Tolerate the change
    3. Perish

Naphthalene is expected to significantly reduce bird sightings in protected areas. (NOTE: Manufacturer strongly suggest that treatments be made prior or after the birds nesting cycle. Tolerance levels decrease and young can then migrate).

Bye Bye Birdie bird repellant is no longer available; it has been replaced with Bat Scat repellent.  Bat Scat contains the same active ingredient and is now labeled for repelling birds.

For more information about Bye Bye Birdie, or other products from Dr. T's,
call Dr. T's Nature Products, at 800/299-NATURE (6288).
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Professional Pest Control Products
1-800-434-4555

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