Austin and surrounding areas Bird Control

No one can deny the beauty of the presence of birds, however sometimes they may pose a significant health threat like nuisance rodents. Unwanted birds on your Austin and surrounding areas residential or commercial property can contaminate your home or facility leading to business losses and an increased risk of disease transmission that often accompanies a bird infestation. Excessive bird droppings will cause an area to become a health hazard and highly unsanitary and will also damage the outer finish of a residential or commercial building. Be Bug Free Services provides comprehensive and customized bird pest control programs that specifically deal with the damage brought on by nuisance bird wildlife in your area.

Methods for Bird Control

Be Bug Free Services pest control specialists begin with a thorough inspection of your home or business property to assess and accurately identify the problem and then formulate precise plans for safe yet effective removal. Our licensed bird control experts provide long term pest control solutions that include

  • Exclusion netting
  • Bird spikes
  • Trapping
  • Visual deterrents
  • Eco-friendly bird removal

Several species of birds are protected under strict Austin and surrounding areas laws. Killing and capturing these birds or destroying/removing their nests may be prohibited. Be Bug Free Services is licensed to provide decontamination and bird control services that pose a threat to your residential or commercial property in Austin and surrounding areas

Nuisance Birds We Remove 

  • Sparrows and Starlings: These common pest birds found in Austin and surrounding areas birds typically search for hiding and nesting spaces under commercial signage, gutters and close to any waste and food source areas and can cause significant damage and health hazards. A nuisance in both rural and urban regions of Austin and surrounding areas, starlings nest in trees and gutters and forage boldly for food on farmland, public parks and restaurant and food industry trash areas. Associated with building structural damage starling droppings are also reported to produce a fungus linked to certain diseases.
  • Pigeons: The Feral Pigeon is found in most major cities throughout North America. Linked to the spread of diseases such as Salmonella, West Nile Virus, Avian Flu and other life-threatening conditions, pigeons also provide a means for other pest infestations as carriers of lice, ticks, mites and fleas.
  • Woodpeckers: These noisy fowl are also among the range of birds classified as pests and can invade and damage buildings, fence areas and large poles. They are, however, federally protected and subject to pest control according to strict federal laws. Contact a licensed bird pest control specialist before taking any action.