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Learn corrective actions, inspections and preventive measures to respond to and control bird and bat nuisance issues. Featuring Paul Duerre (Killeen ISD, TX) and Lynn Braband (NYS Community IPM …

Learn corrective actions, inspections and preventive measures to respond to and control bird and bat nuisance issues. Featuring Paul Duerre (Killeen ISD, TX) and Lynn Braband (NYS Community IPM Program at Cornell University).

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  • 1. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Birds and Bats: Pest Management Tips for the Educational Environment Thursday, December 13th 12 Noon Eastern time To dial into the webcast audio from your phone: 1-800-701-6414This seminar is This series is made endorsed by possible by
  • 2. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Structure of Today’s Seminar• We must mute phones to prevent excessive noise• We will monitor the chat• When you leave the webinar: • A survey appears for your feedback • Tell us what info you want • Download a certificate of attendance A recording of today’s webcast and presentation will be available online tomorrow at www.facilitymastersonline.com/webcasts
  • 3. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Connect with Facility Masters• Join our 700+ member Listservjoin-facilitymasters@talk.netatlantic.com• Become a fan on Facebookwww.facebook.com/facilitymasters• Follow us on Twitterwww.twitter.com/facilitymasters – Today’s Hashtags: #IPM #FMWebcast• Follow us on LinkedInwww.linkedin.com/company/facility-masters• View our online resource librarywww.FacilityMastersOnline.com
  • 4. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Today’s Speakers Roger Young FacilityMastersOnline.com Paul Duerre Killeen ISD, Texas Lynn Braband NYS Community IPM Program of Cornell University, NY Matt Lightner SchoolDude.com
  • 5. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Endorsements State of New MexicoPublic School Facilities Authority
  • 6. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Importance• Health and Safety• Ongoing Annoyance• Protect Capital Investment of Community
  • 7. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Managing Birds and Bats Paul Duerre Lynn Braband
  • 8. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:• 42,000 students• Next to Ft Hood• 50 Campuses – 8 Located on Ft. Hood• High performing district• 3rd Fastest Growing
  • 9. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: The New York State Integrated Pest Management Program Cornell University – Develop sustainable ways to manage pests – Help people to use methods that minimize environmental, health, and economic risks http://www.nysipm.cornell.edu
  • 10. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Introduction• Cultural role of wildlife in American society• Conflicts with wildlife• Regulatory authorities
  • 11. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Points to Consider -• Is it necessary• Know the law• Health and safety concerns• Humaneness• Effectiveness• Practicality• Social context
  • 12. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Birds• Regulatory agencies – US Fish and Wildlife Service – State wildlife agency – State pesticide regulatory agency • for registered pesticide use including repellents and reproductive inhibitors• “Unprotected” species – Rock pigeon, European starling, house sparrow• “Protected” species – Canada Goose, Gulls, others
  • 13. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:
  • 14. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Issues• Nuisance situations• Health hazards (especially droppings)• Property damage – roof corrosion from dropping accumulation; geese grazing/trampling turf
  • 15. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:
  • 16. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Best Management Practices• Constituency Communications – Written expectations of district concerning problem bird attractants – Feeding pest birds especially problematic – Fact sheet distribution on specific issues – Persistent or major problems: district policy
  • 17. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Best Management Practices• Exclusion (best approach when applicable) – Netting – Spikes – Post-and-wire – Electrified systems – Suspended strips – Grid and parallel wires – Landscape changes
  • 18. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Electrified Systems Post and WireSpikes Daddy LL PVC Strips
  • 19. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Netting Parallel Lines
  • 20. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:SwallowMud nests
  • 21. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Pond Grid Wires
  • 22. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Best Management Practices• Fear-Provoking Stimuli – General comments (habituation) – “Simple” devices (plastic owls, Scarey Eye balloons) – Heli-kites – Auditory stimuli – Dogs/falcons/models (as fake coyotes) – Lasers Movement Install/Uninstall Incorporate Reinforcement • Yellow scarecrows
  • 23. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Scary Eye Balloon Border Collie Coyote
  • 24. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Abatement Falconry Heli-kites Lasers Sound
  • 25. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Best Management Practices• Chemical Repellents – Polybutene contact (touch) – Taste (as methyl anthranilate) – Sprays – Foggers
  • 26. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Best Management Practices• Trapping – best approach if lethal control desired)• Translocation• Reproduction Inhibition – Eggs – Ovo-control• Delay Habituation
  • 27. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: TranslocationOvo-Control
  • 28. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Bird Traps
  • 29. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Managing Birds – Bottom Line• Use a variety of approaches – Each situation is different – Behavior changes• Continue to monitor Courtesy of Dempsy Winans Mansfield ISD, TX
  • 30. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Bats• General comments – Whitenose Syndrome• Common myths/misconceptions – Associated with "evil" • (spooky movies, vampires) – They want to "get in my hair" – Most bats have rabies – "Fruit" bats occur throughout the United States• Regulatory authorities
  • 31. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Issues• Nuisance situations• Roosts, especially maternal• Zoonotic disease
  • 32. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Approaches• Education• Remove an individual bat – From an occupied space • Established process and procedures • Notification to staff • Certified specialist• Bat-proofing structures• Bat houses
  • 33. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Check Valve Bat Bat House
  • 34. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: 1 5 4 2 6 3
  • 35. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:
  • 36. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Importance of a Maintenance Management System• Operations Professionals – Safe Learning Environment – Technology solutions help to manage the maintenance process – Work order program• Work Order System – Improves transparency – Increases productivity – Streamlines work requests – Accountability• Tracks Progress and Expenses – Organize Work Orders – Shows the Workload – Demonstrates the needs of the department• Documentation
  • 37. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:
  • 38. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Resources – www.facilitymastersonline.com/resources• NYS Community IPM Program – www.nysipm.cornell.edu• Texas Integrated Pest Management Affiliate for Public Schools – http://tipmaps.org/• School IPM 2015 – www.ipminstitute.org/school_ipm_2015.htm
  • 39. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Resources• Texas Agrilife Extension – http://agrilifeextension.tamu.edu/• Bat Conservation International – www.batcon.org• Internet Center for Wildlife Damage Management – www.icwdm.org• Urban IPM Community of Practice – http://www.extension.org/pages/30797/partners-of-urban-integrated-pest- managment• National School IPM Information Source (Univ. Florida) – http://schoolipm.ifas.ufl.edu/
  • 40. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Tips to Manage Pests Using SchoolDude to track and analyze information Matt Lightner SchoolDude.com
  • 41. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Maintenance Direct – (MD)• Automates the work flow process• Report issues quickly / track progress• Documents status of work• Helps to ensure a safe, clean, well maintained environment
  • 42. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Submit aworkorder
  • 43. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Automatic updates for requesterAnd organization for your organization
  • 44. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Easy reporting and analysis-PDF-Excel-Graphs
  • 45. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:PM Direct• Identifies the inspection process and work to be undertaken - proactive• Documents regular task and procedure inspection processes• Pest management templates included
  • 46. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Proactive: Recurring Scheduling for Pest Management-Establish ascheduled series ofinspections
  • 47. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:PM Schedule and Templates
  • 48. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: PM CalendarResulting workorders auto-generate withtask lists
  • 49. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Inventory Direct• Inventory of supplies and equipment – such as chemical repellent, netting, spikes, and wires• Helps to insure that supplies are on hand to manage birds and bats
  • 50. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: Supplies Used in Management of Birds and BatsIdentify the items to pull from stock before the work orderis generated or record the transaction after the job is done
  • 51. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by:Inventory reporting to see where resources are used
  • 52. Facility Masters Webcast Series This series is made possible by: What can SchoolDude do for me?• Streamline the request and response of pest management issues• Document all tasks completed and inventory used with regard to pest management• Generate quick, accessible reports for administration and regulatory authorities
  • 53. Download this presentation, resources, and more at: www.FacilityMastersOnline.com/webcasts www.schooldude.com/resources www.myschooldude.comContact Resources Roger Young, roger@FacilityMastersOnline.com Paul Duerre, Paul.Duerre@killeenisd.org Lynn Braband, lab45@cornell.edu To learn more: salesrequest@schooldude.com Matt Lightner Current clients: support@schooldude.com SchoolDude.com mlightner@schooldude.com