Mammals, Birds, and Fish

Despite Imidacloprid being the most widespread insecticide used in the world, there has never been a reported incident where birds or fish have been negatively impacted. When applied properly, the chance of animal exposure to enough material to cause an issue is nil. Even if birds or fish were exposed, the amount needed for adverse effects is very high and is not realistic during normal treatments. It is important to note that imidacloprid does not bio-accumulate and thus any ingested material is rapidly eliminated from animals' bodies.