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Birds Cause Damage in the Northwest

Repellent Methods Vary, as Does Their Success
May 2002 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Birds can be a common grape predator in the Northwest US in particular. There are fewer problems with birds in the warm California vineyards, as the winged creatures tend to migrate further north for the summer, flying south to warmth when the north gets cool (and harvest is over).Birds in the Northwest have traditionally nested and dined in the numerous orchards (apples, pears, peaches, apricots, cherries, and nuts, depending on location) and the many forested areas in the Northwest. With the g...
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