Dealing with the Indian House Crow

July 3, 2019

Location: East Africa, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Indonesia

Problem: The Indian House Crow
House Crows are extremely aggressive, opportunistic feeders that prey on fledglings, small birds & mammals, reptiles & amphibians, and their eggs.

They cause significant damage to agricultural crops and are a menace to human garbage. They pose a significant health risk to communities carrying human intestinal diseases and transmitting bacterial infections.

Like other birds, House Crows are intelligent and naturally wary of baits and toxins.

DRC-1339 Bird Control Powder, a toxin which causes no overt symptoms for about 24 hours, at which time the birds start to perish and die from kidney failure. The delayed symptoms prevent other birds making a connection between the sickness behavior and bait consumption.

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