Check out this month's edition of Pest Control Technology (PCT) magazine! In the Bird Management section, contributing writer Christine Brazell reviews a report by Lynn Braband, Senior Extension Associate and noted wildlife biologist with New York's Cornell University. At a particularly bird-prone cereal production facility, plant management incorporated OvoControl into their pigeon abatement program. Among other things, Lynn reported the following,"....within the last year, they are using OvoControl and have seen a large reduction in pigeons from dealing with hundreds to just a dozen or so." Pigeon-impacted sites typically benefit from aggressive abatement strategies to overcome larger flocks. A cereal plant is one such place, but there are many other commercial sites with chronic bird problems that can benefit from an OvoControl program.