Bird Control

They all look really cute until they’re nesting in your house, defecating on your walkway or making loud noises while you try to sleep or get work done. To solve your Nashville, Tennessee bird control problem effectively, you must know what species of pest bird is causing your damages and select the correct bird control products to resolve these issues. Pigeons, starlings, sparrows, gulls, geese, woodpeckers and all other birds can become a significant nuisance to your home or business. Droppings are very unsightly, and can possibly carry dangerous diseases.

Nests are very often found inside a structure, where the female mother birds are nursing their chirping young. We always utilize humane methods of controlling birds. The service we provide is well proven providing excellent results. We enter each new situation with an open mind and do not subscribe to one cure fits all. No preconceived solutions or products are ever brought to the property inspection and forced to solve your concern. See below for a description of the most common nuisance birds for which we provide service.

Pigeon Control

Pigeon Control

The most common nuisance bird that we deal with is pigeons. Pigeons are common in urban areas of Middle Tennessee. Pigeons congregate on various urban structures such as eaves, store signs, windowsills, ceilings and attic spaces. Pigeons can be a serious hazard to your property. From property damage to disease, these birds need to stay away from your home or business. Pigeons are considered a public health nuisance because their droppings can transmit disease and contaminate food for pets and humans.

Pigeon droppings and feathers can also clog rain gutters and cause structural damage to your property if left untreated. They have also been known to be carriers of bird mites. Other frequent pigeon problem are bacteria, fungal agents and ectoparasites found in pigeon droppings which is responsible for some serious diseases, including histoplasmosis, encephalitis, salmonella, meningitis, toxoplasmosis and more.

A professional bird and pigeon removal and control expert is the only way to ensure an area is not only rid of the birds, but also clean and sanitized to prevent any of these diseases or sicknesses from occurring. Our pigeon control specialists have the necessary training and skills to remove your nuisance birds, install deterrents and exclusion techniques to keep pigeons from causing damage to your home or commercial property.

Starling Control

Starling Control

The most common nuisance bird that we deal with is pigeons. Pigeons are common in urban areas of Middle Tennessee. Pigeons congregate on various urban structures such as eaves, store signs, windowsills, ceilings and attic spaces. Pigeons can be a serious hazard to your property. From property damage to disease, these birds need to stay away from your home or business. Pigeons are considered a public health nuisance because their droppings can transmit disease and contaminate food for pets and humans.

Pigeon droppings and feathers can also clog rain gutters and cause structural damage to your property if left untreated. They have also been known to be carriers of bird mites. Other frequent pigeon problem are bacteria, fungal agents and ectoparasites found in pigeon droppings which is responsible for some serious diseases, including histoplasmosis, encephalitis, salmonella, meningitis, toxoplasmosis and more.

A professional bird and pigeon removal and control expert is the only way to ensure an area is not only rid of the birds, but also clean and sanitized to prevent any of these diseases or sicknesses from occurring. Our pigeon control specialists have the necessary training and skills to remove your nuisance birds, install deterrents and exclusion techniques to keep pigeons from causing damage to your home or commercial property.

Sparrow Control

Sparrow Control

The House Sparrow is a locally abundant year round resident in Tennessee. House Sparrows are extremely aggressive. They will harass, attack, and kill adult native birds when competing for nest sites, and destroy their eggs and young. They also overwhelm birdfeeders, driving native birds away. The breeding season for House Sparrows begins very early in the spring or even in midwinter.

Each pair may produce up to four broods a season. The male House Sparrow’s bond with his nest site is stronger than his bond with a mate. He may lose a mate, but he will not give up his nest site. Although they usually prefer to nest in a cavity, House Sparrows will settle for any nook or cranny they can find. They will also occasionally nest in evergreens, and in the nests of swallows and Northern Orioles.

House Sparrows quickly build a bulky nest of coarse grasses with seed heads, weeds, trash, and feathers. The female lays three to eight white/greenish eggs heavily speckled with brown and incubates for 11–13 days. The young sparrows fledge after 14–17 days. House Sparrows often have 2–4 broods per year. House Sparrows are not migratory, but flocks of birds move about within about one half to five mile area. House Sparrows are primarily seed eaters, although they eat some insects while raising young. They will also dine on garbage.

Feedlots and farms are particularly attractive to sparrows as they provide an abundant source of food, as well as shelter and plenty of nesting sites. They have also discovered residential birdfeeders, malls, home improvement stores, and restaurants.

Sparrows are noisy problem birds, especially when they congregate in large flocks. Besides the annoying noise factor, sparrow problems droppings are also a problem, it contains uric acid which is highly corrosive and can cause extensive damage to metals and other substrates it sits on for long periods. In addition, the bacteria, fungal agents and ectoparasites found in sparrow droppings and nesting materials are responsible for a host of serious diseases, including histoplasmosis, encephalitis, salmonella, meningitis, toxoplasmosis and more. Many companies also retain significant clean up and maintenance costs due to sparrow control problems they don’t resolve.

If you are in need of Sparrow Control to get rid of Sparrows in Nashville, Tennessee area, contact a Sparrow control and Sparrow removal professional today. Nuisance problems from Sparrows will get worse if left alone. Sparrows control is a very involved process and may include one or more of these Sparrows proofing solutions.

Goose Control

Goose Control

Canada geese are probably the most adaptable and tolerant of all native waterfowl. As their populations have increased, and man has encroached on their natural habitat, a conflict between man and geese was certainly inevitable. Canada geese will readily establish nesting territories on any suitable pond, located on a golf course, apartment complex or commercial property.

Most people will welcome the first pair of geese. However, in a short time a pair of geese can easily become 50 birds, which causes aggravation as they foul the area (1 to 2 pounds of dropping a day per bird), damage landscaping and become aggressive towards people. It is possible to control the geese population in a natural way, which will remove the conflict between man and beast.

The key to solving the problem is to make your property less attractive to Canada geese — reduce goose food and increase the birds’ wariness of potential danger. Our goose control specialists have the necessary training and skills to resolve all your avian control needs. We can remove your nuisance birds, install deterrents and exclusion techniques to keep geese from causing damage to your home or commercial property.

Customer service and client satisfaction have always been one of our top priorities. We provide our clients with high quality, professional service that is guaranteed. When dealing with a bird problem, don’t take matters into your own hands. Our certified bird control specialist can provide a wide range of solutions for your bird control needs. We provide both residential and large scale commercial bird control for birds such as pigeons, sparrows, geese, starlings, swifts, gulls and many more — give us a call today!