There are only three species of birds -- pigeons, starlings, and sparrows -- that are officially considered "pests" and that can be controlled at will, for any reason, or no reason at all. There are many other bird species that can be controlled using humand, non-chemical methods that don't harm them, during non-nesting seasons, if they are creating a nuisance or health hazard.
Like most other animals, birds can become a nuisance when they're living or nesting in places where they're not wanted, where they create a health or safety hazard, or where they're damaging or defacing property. Some examples of how birds can make nuisances of themselves include:
Although there are pesticides labeled for pest birds, they're at best a temporary solution and can only be used against the three "official" pest bird species. They also provide no long-term control whatsoever. In addition, using pesticides against birds sometimes causes them to literally drop from the skies, and there is always the chance that a non-target bird or animal could be poisoned.
At Rid-A-Critter, we don't use avidcides. We utilize non-chemical bird control methods. Depending on the location, this usually is accomplished using some or all of the following methods:
We provide safe, humane, non-chemical bird control services for both commercial and residential customers; but most of our bird-control work is done at commercial buildings. We service airports and aircraft hangars, churches, theaters, retail stores, food-processing plants, stadiums, power plants, other industrial buildings, and even radar towers. In short, if you have a problem with nuisance birds in any type of building or structure, chances are that we can help you solve your bird problem.
Here are a few pictures of the many bird-control jobs we've done in Tennessee and elsewhere.
Woodpecker holes in East Brainerd
Bird nest at a house in Chattanooga
Jeff with a young owl removed from a home
Pigeons are common pest birds
Bird removal job at a pharmacy
Bird nest in an attic in Harrison
Improperly installed bird netting by a competitor
Woodpeckers are a common nuisance bird
Woodpecker hole at a house in Soddy-Daisy
Bird control at a factory in Chattanooga
Poorly done bird netting by one of our competitors
Woodpecker damage due to carpenter bees
Birds nest found at a log home
Young owl rescued from the attic of a home
Dry Under Deck installation job
Residential bird control job in Signal Mountain
Pigeons at an apartment house in Chattanooga
Pigeon control and cleanup in airplane hangar
Pigeons removed from a barn
Pigeons removed from under a grandstand
Starling control job in a commercial building
Please contact us to learn more about our bird-control services. Thank you for considering Rid-A-Critter for your bird-control needs.