There are many species of birds that occasionally make nuisances of themselves, but only three of them (pigeons, sparrows and starlings) are officially considered "pest birds." Other birds, such as woodpeckers and robins, that occasionally make themselves unwelcome are considered "nuisance wildlife."
That's an important difference to exterminating companies, who often use poisons to kill birds. Only the three official pest species can legally be poisoned. At Rid-A-Critter, the distinction doesn't mean very much because we use non-lethal bird control methods, anyway. In addition to being more humane, our methods also provide more permanent control of bird problems. Poisoning birds does nothing to address the reasons why the birds became a nuisance in the first place.
Like other pests and nuisance animals, birds become a problem when they're in a place where they don't belong and where they're causing some sort of health or safety hazard, property damage, or annoyance.
There are several ways that birds can cause serious public health and safety hazards, for example:
In addition to the health and safety risks of birds, they can also cause property damage. Some examples of property damage caused by birds include:
Rid-A-Critter solved the bird problem at a radar tower at Hartfield-Jackson International Airport (KATL).
Bird control is very complex and potentially hazardous work that requires special training and equipment. Depending on the particular job, this may include long ladders, scaffolding, platform lifts, bucket trucks, and safety harnesses -- not the sort of thing most homeowners or handymen have access to.
Luckily, we do. Rid-A-Critter has provided professional pest bird removal and bird-proofing services to customers ranging from modest homes to power plants, airports, and other large commercial and industrial facilities. We have the experience, know-how, and equipment to handle any bird control job. There is literally no bird control job to big for us to handle; but neither is their any job too small to receive our fanatical devotion to quality.
Our approach to bird control consists of the following steps:
In short, we don't just remove or kill birds like many "bird exterminators" do. We remove the birds, seal them out, and even clean up the mess they left behind. Our goal is 100 percent customer satisfaction, and we back it up with the best warranty in the business.
Here are some pictures of bird removal and bird-proofing jobs we've done in the Macon, Georgia area.
Young owl rescued from the attic of a home
Bird control job at a factory in Macon
Woodpecker damage due to carpenter bees
Macon bird control job at a paper mill
Birds nest found at a log home
Woodpeckers are a common nuisance bird
Starling control job in a commercial building
Poorly done bird netting by one of our competitors
Installing bird netting at a paper mill in Macon
Dry Under Deck installation job
Bird control in a shaft way in Macon, Georgia
Baby starlings at Macon bird removal job
Improperly installed bird netting by a competitor
Pigeons removed from a barn
Bird removal job at a pharmacy
Pigeons removed from under a grandstand
Pigeons are common pest birds
Jeff with a young owl removed from a home
Bird spike installation on a roof top in Macon
Pigeon control and cleanup in airplane hangar
Big bird control job at an industrial plant
Please contact us for more information about our bird removal and bird-proofing services. We look forward to your call.