Bird Hazer

  • Hourly
  • United States Nevada Goldfield
  • Contract
  • Mining
Bird Hazer

A bird hazer is a professional responsible for mitigating bird-related issues and hazards in various settings. Their primary job is to deter and discourage birds from nesting, roosting, or causing damage in specific areas, such as airports, agricultural fields, industrial sites, and urban environments. Here's a general job description for a bird hazer:
  1. Bird Identification: A bird hazer should have knowledge of different bird species, their behavior, and characteristics to effectively address bird-related problems.
  2. Hazard Assessment: Assessing the risks and hazards associated with bird presence in a particular environment is an essential part of the job. This includes identifying potential bird strike risks at airports, crop damage risks in agricultural fields, or health hazards in urban areas due to bird droppings.
  3. Bird Deterrents: Implementing various deterrent techniques to discourage birds from inhabiting or causing damage to the designated areas. This may involve using non-lethal methods such as sound devices, visual deterrents (e.g., scarecrows, reflective materials), bird spikes, netting, or chemical repellents in compliance with legal and ethical guidelines.
  4. Monitoring and Maintenance: Regular monitoring of bird activity and assessing the effectiveness of the implemented deterrent measures. Adjusting or modifying strategies as needed to ensure long-term bird management.
  5. Reporting and Documentation: Keeping detailed records of bird sightings, activities, and the effectiveness of bird deterrent measures. Providing reports and documentation to supervisors or clients to demonstrate progress and inform decision-making.
  6. Compliance with Regulations: Complying with local, state, and federal regulations regarding bird management, environmental protection, and wildlife conservation.
  7. Collaboration: Collaborating with other professionals, such as wildlife biologists, environmental consultants, and facility managers, to develop comprehensive bird management plans and ensure effective implementation.
  8. Training and Education: Staying updated with the latest techniques, regulations, and research in bird management. Conducting training sessions for employees or clients to raise awareness and promote proactive bird control measures.

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