Reno, NV pest bird removal and control services

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Reno, NV pest bird removal and control services

Avian Strike Force a division of Wildlife Command Center has technology and ancient techniques to resolve all types of avian pest problems.

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we use technology and tools available only to falconers

Pest birds create millions of dollars of damage yearly something you already know, especially if you are reading this article. You have experienced pest bird damage. Pest bird removal and control can be accomplished by any number of proven methods, such as falconry, trapping, exclusion and humane killing (shooting)

Pigeon Removal and Control

Falconry based bird removal and control of unwanted avian species

Pigeon problems and related bacteria problems.

Bird removal and pigeon removal can be accomplished by trapping the avian pests however this approach is limited in its effectiveness. Often times you will need to layer techniques to achieve complete success. Falconry is one technique we at Avian Strike Force love to employ. Pest birds are innately and unreasonably afraid for hawks, falcons and eagles, using these birds of prey to capture, haze and harass pest birds is very effective.

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Pigeon Removal

Avian Strike Force was conceived in 2017 because of the growing number of avian specific pests people have to deal with. Pigeons being the most common problematic bird followed closely by starlings and gulls. Besides pooping all over things and making a big mess they are bad for our health. Humans are very susceptible to several strains of bacteria found in the gut of many birds. Salmonella is a big one it has two main types salmonella enterica and Salmonella bongori. It already sounds bad …… well it is because Salmonella enterica is the type species and is further divided into six subspecies that include over 2,500 serotypes. It makes humans sick, very sick, Salmonella is estimated to cause one million food-borne illnesses in the United States, with 19,000 hospitalizations and 380 deaths.
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Rodents of Unusual Size

Rodents of Unusual Size
Wildlife Command Center – A St. Louis, Kansas City and Albuquerque Based Wildlife and Pest Control Company Receives Honors For Their Design and Role in DOC NYC’s Film: Rodents of Unusual Size
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Wildlife Command Center’s Michael Beran is being featured in one of the DOC NYC Film Festival’s most acclaimed films of the year, Rodents of Unusual Size.
Michael Beran, owner of Wildlife Command Center, is an industry leader in Wildlife and Pest Control throughout the United States. Wildlife Command Center has locations based in St. Louis, Kansas City and Albuquerque, and has dealt with almost every wildlife scenario imaginable. Their latest venture, Avian Strike Force, even utilizes falconry and birds of prey to rid nuisance rodents and other damaging flight animals for businesses and industrial properties.

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With their industry leading wildlife and pest removal services, it was no surprise when Jeff Springer, co-producer of ‘Rodents of Unusual Size’, asked Michael to be featured in the documentary film. Michael Beran also helped design the intricate tunneling system for the rodents in the set to make the imaging of the film come to life.
With Michael’s expertise in rodent control and knowledge of how the animals live, his role was paramount in the success of the film and the design of the tunneling set, which produced truly captivating cinematography.
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‘Rodents of Unusual Size’ is one of the most anticipated documentaries at the DOC NYC Film Festival and has generated a buzz for film coinessuers across the globe.
The World Premier of the film is set for November 15th, 2017 at the DOC NYC Film Festival.
The films over view is based off of a setting in Louisiana, that has just suffered from hurricanes, flooding and oil spills, but nothing has been as insidious as the nutria. This giant swamp rat, known for its distinctive orange buckteeth, is prone to tunneling and eating plant roots, threatening the region’s fragile wetlands with erosion. The quirky Rodents of Unusual Size follows fisherman-turned-bounty hunter Thomas Gonzales and other colorful Gulf residents, from hunters and trappers to furriers and chefs, as they try to defend their imperiled land from the invasive species.

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Swamp Rat

The film’s producers, cinematographers and bio are as follows:
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Director: Quinn Costello, Chris Metzler, Jeff Springer
Producer: Chris Metzler, Quinn Costello, Jeff Springer
Cinematographer: Jeff Springer
Editor: Quinn Costello
Music: Lost Bayou Ramblers
Running Time: 71
Language: English
Country: USA
Year: 2017
Narrated by: Wendell Pierce.
You can view a trailer of the film, and see Wildlife Command Center’s Michael Beran at:
Be sure to catch this amazing film after the World Premier at the DOC NYC Film Festival.
Congratulations to Michael Beran and Wildlife Command Center for their integral part in the film, and a special thank for providing their knowledge of the Nutria and Wildlife Removal Services.