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avicide

the killing of birds.
See also: Birds, Killing
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Because ravens are scavengers, in 2015 biologists set out chicken eggs laced with DRC-1339, an avicide that causes death from uremic poisoning and organ damage, in two areas of southern Idaho.
Their mother cannot prevent the eradicating avicide, and eventually suffers the same fate (12.13-7), arousing the military chaplain Calchas's militant joy
Parathion Insecticide, miticide, avicide developed in 1944.
Summary: Avicides refer to the class of chemicals that are poisonous to birds and hence are used to kill them.
There are many kinds of pesticides, insecticides, herbicides, defoliants, desiccants, fungicides, nematicides, avicides, and rodenticides are some of them.
Pesticide Types and Families Pesticide Share Part 180 Target Acaricides 10.0% Mites, ticks Adjuvants 1.8% Enhancement Algicides 0.7% Algae Attractants 0.3% Insecticides Avicides 0.3% Birds Bactericides 0.2% Bacteria Breakdown Products 0.3% Pesticides Defoliants 0.3% Plants Disruptors 0.4% Reproductive Fumigants 1.0% Suffocation Fungicides 18.5% Fungi Herbicides 19.1% Plants Insecticides 23.7% Insects Microbiocides 5.8% Microbes Molluscicides 0.9% Mollusks Nematicides 4.8% Nematodes Pheromones 0.4% Social response Regulators 6.2% Growth control Repellants 3.2% Large animals Rodenticides 1.9% Small rodents Safeners 0.2% Herbicides Source: U.S.
Strychnine and 4-aminopyridine used as avicides are not only highly toxic to target birds but also pose secondary hazards to predatory and scavenger animals.
Birds in a bakery can be controlled by taking three precautionary measures: eliminating all food and water sources, preventing entrance and harbor by excluding them or constructing barriers, and trapping or baiting with avicides.