I am pleased to inform you of an upcoming live webinar at which I will be speaking. I think this program will be of particular interest to you and I would like to personally invite you to attend. As my guest, you are eligible for 50% off the registration fee!
Problem Birds in Public Spaces: Bird Droppings and Beyond
November 27, 2017
1:00PM EST – 2:30PM EST
Register online: http://www.lorman.com/401253?discount_code=G3339977&p=15999
Discount code: G3339977
Priority code: 15999
I look forward to having you in attendance and providing you with the latest information on this topic!
Stephen M. Vantassel
I recently heard someone state that the reason why birds hadn’t nested in the porch area was because the ceiling was painted sky blue. The argument was that birds won’t nest where they see sky above them.
It is an intriguing thought. My question is, “Is it true?” Now mind you the house in question was built in the late 1800’s. So it has had time to be proven false.
I would like to know what you think.
Recent research shows that Lyme disease manifests itself differently in different age groups. http://www.mvtimes.com/2016/07/13/visiting-physician-sheds-new-light-lyme-disease/
Bottom line, make sure you protect yourself from ticks. Perform tick checks. Follow CDC guidance on tick removal. Monitor health. Get treatment as needed. Control ticks and the rodents and deer that continue the tick lifecycle.
Remember, nature is beautiful but it can kill you.