Nuisance Bird removal

Servicing Florida’s East Coast

Birds are usually classified as a pest species when they roost on buildings or in public areas.For these reasons, many people wish to have bird exclusion barriers installed or even have the birds removed.

Several different birds may pose a nuisance for several different reasons. Woodpeckers can be a problem when they decide to drum on and peck holes in a wooden house. Chimney Swifts can live down a chimney, and their young make a heck of a racket. Canada Geese can form very large flocks, and leave behind a ton of droppings on a property. Any type of bird could get stuck inside a building.

The primary problem with woodpeckers is that they peck holes. Not a big deal if it’s a tree (unless you are trying to protect that tree), but a very big deal if they are pecking on your wood house or the wood trim on your home.  They do so both in search of food and to mark out territory.

Pigeons might be delightful, if not for the mess they make. When they roost in an area, they leave behind feathers and nesting material, fleas and mites, and of course, most of all, they leave a lot of droppings. Many urban areas are covered with pigeon poop. They defecate a lot, and can cover an area with piles of droppings. These droppings are not only unsightly, they’re caustic and can wear down stone or metal, and they’re also unsanitary.

The droppings of the pigeon are high in nitrogen, and can grow fungus. People can inhale the fungal spores and contract the lung disease histoplasmosis. For this reason, it’s not a good idea to let pigeon droppings accumulate. When pigeons live in attics or ductwork, the problem is more likely to occur..

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