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Date of this Version

October 1973


I would like to make six points concerning pricing. Number one, there is a great deal of time required in observation. Secondly, there is no such thing as a cheap bird job. Third point: there is no job that is routine. The fourth point: observations are necessary to delineate the species, the type of environment, human interference, the type of job it is going to be, and the needs of that job. The fifth point: bird work cannot be assigned to a person who does not appreciate the need for technical compliance with laws and regulations. Number six: do not price according to rodent control pricing techniques.