Bird Control

The three birds that most often become pests in the United States in urban areas are pigeons, starlings, and house sparrows. Other birds, from hawks to swallows, may occasionally cause unexpected and unusual pest problems. When blackbirds and crows roost in suburban areas they become pests. Woodpeckers may peck holes into house siding looking for insects, to make nest cavities, and to communicate with other woodpeckers. Seagulls can feed at food-plants, and they roost and nest on large flat roofs with crushed stone.
The best approach emphasizes exclusion or modification of buildings. Florida Wildlife Trappers knowledgeable technicians have several methods at their disposal to deter birds from congregating on municipal and commercial buildings in urban settings. We utilize other deterrence techniques in rural and agricultural settings. For more information, please contact us.