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Bird Removal

We have years of experience in the safe handling and quick removal of nuisance Birds from your home or business.

Bird Cleanup & Repairs

Once removed, we provide a wide range of nuisance Bird repair, restoration, and waste cleanup services.

Bird Exclusion

We offer complete Bird exclusion services to help ensure your home or business is no longer a Bird-friendly den or nest site.

European Starling

European Starling

Nuisance Species
European Starling(Sturnus vulgaris)
English House Sparrow(Passer domesticus)
Common Pigeon(Columba livia)
Common Issues and Problems
Bacteria, fungal agents, and parasites in Starling feces pose a health risk. Buildup of feces from flocks can lead to structural damage and corrosion of stone, metal, and masonry.
Potential Diseases
Histoplasmosis, E. Coli, Salmonella

Nuisance Birds and Bird Removal

Ohio is home to several species of birds that can be deemed nuisance wildlife.  Sparrows, pigeons, woodpeckers, and even Canada geese are problematic for homeowners and businesses throughout Ohio.  When it comes to birds, special care and an understanding of state regulations is required. Most species of Ohio birds are protected not only by the state but federally, as well.

Woodpecker damage, in addition to being problematic in itself, also encourages the infestation of insects and other wildlife by providing an entry point into the structure. These same avenues allow rainwater to invade the structure, which can lead to mold growth and other damaging and hazardous conditions.  Woodpeckers are protected by federal and state laws.  They may only be captured or killed with a special permit issued by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Canada geese will readily make a home of your property, leaving feces to foul the areas around ponds and surrounding yards and also damage the lawn, pond, and other vegetation.  Geese that are fed will lose their fear and attack both humans and pets.  Canada geese are protected under both the Federal Migratory Bird Treaty Act and Ohio state law.  This protection extends to the geese, goslings, nests, and eggs.

To ensure your bird problem is handled both humanely and legally, contact us to discuss your specific bird issue.  We’ll help you solve the problem.