Birds as Biomonitors – How Bird-X Uses Humane Bird Control Devices to Keep Egrets Alive for Testing

Scientists and veterinarians visit Baker’s Lake in Illinois yearly in order to draw blood from egrets and examine if their blood has been exposed to heavy metals and pesticides. Seen in many parts of the world as pest birds, bird control company Bird-X, Inc. uses humane methods to keep them away from residential and commercial areas.CHICAGO (PRWEB) July 19, 2018 Great egrets, a type of heron that builds their nests in trees, are one of many bird species that are monitored actively for any blood born or harbored pathogens or chemicals. Once a year these waterfowl are tested by scientists a
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