Managing Bird Populations Around Your HouseBirds can be a nuisance when they are looking for a place to nest or shelter. These birds can nest in your garage, attic, deck, or vents. These birds can do a lot of damage to your business or home. Pest bird populations that are not controlled can cause a lot of damage. Minnesota Wild Animal Management can help you control the bird population in your home or office.

Acidic Drops Damage: Bird droppings can damage roofs, machines, and automobile paint, to name just a few. A bird’s droppings may contain over 60 diseases that are transmissible. Avian influenza (also known as bird flu or H5N1), avian tuberculosis and salmonellosis can all be found in bird droppings.

Damage caused to nests: Nests can be found in rain gutters or roof corners, which are difficult to see. They can cause serious damage to homes and warehouses. Nests can block drainage spouts, causing a significant portion of gutter systems to fail or back up. Birds will also build nests inside chimneys or ventilation systems. This can cause diseases to spread and block airflow.

Fire risks increase: Nests are naturally flammable because they are made of a mix of twigs, leaves and other materials that are easily used to ignite a fire. When birds overpopulate, they start building nests in machinery and electric signs. This causes serious fires.

How To Prevent Birds From Returning To Your Property

Professionals should remove birds, especially predatory ones, from city limits. Permits may be required. After the birds have been removed, deterrents should be installed to prevent them from returning. Bird netting can be used as a barrier to keep birds away from eaves and openings, metal covers placed at 45-degree angles over ledges, and pin and wire systems that prevent perching or roosting.

Humane Bird Removal Services

Bird removal is more than simply removing the problematic birds from a particular area. Bird removal includes fixing structures that have been damaged (like repairing the soffit) and preventing birds returning. It can be difficult to relocate birds because they are able to fly away quickly. Minnesota Wildlife Management has bird removal specialists who are experts at removing certain birds. It may be necessary to move their nests and food sources. Bird removal experts will also repair and modify structures to prevent birds from entering the structure again. You may be able to get rid of certain birds yourself but hiring Wild Animal Management Inc. will be your best option. We guarantee your safety and are affordable. We can also prevent birds from invading the space you have for good.

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