Bird Removal

Call (877) 741-7703 for Immediate Help!

Nuisance Wildlife Rangers are experts at providing complete, effective bird control solutions! Birds are intelligent animals that create problems for many buildings owners throughout Florida each year. There are many applications available to control birds and we are experts at providing the right solution to best fit your needs and budget. Commercial Bird Control Services include Shock Track Systems, Eagle Eye Installations, Bird Netting, Bird Spiking, Bird Slides, Visual and Audio Deterrents, Bird Fogging, Bird Gel Applications are some of the services we provide.

Call (877) 741-7703

In Business since 2013!

Qualified, Licensed and Insured!

Still Have Questions? Ask A

BIRD CONTROL EXPERT

    Best company out there. Other person did one star because he got fired due to his lack of part. This company is quick to respond and know there job very very well.

    Joanna J.

    Outstanding professional service. You call and someone answers immediately and is at your front door the same day.

    C.Jay I.

    I recently had purchased a foreclosed home that unknown to me until I moved in was filled with rats!

    Jerald R.

    Bird Removal

    Bird Removal Service

    Nuisance Wildlife Rangers are certified wildlife specialists trained in the art of bird removal. You need a bird removal expert to safely, and effectively remove the birds from your home and decontaminate and sanitize the area to prevent further infestations. We close up all entry and exits that the birds took to enter your home, this is called exclusion repair. Give us a call for a free inspection and free estimate. You are just one phone call away from getting rid of your bird problem today. We also offer bird spikes, bird repellent, and many other bird solutions.

    • Bird Inspection and Estimate Included
    • Bird Removal or Extermination Included
    • Bird Droppings Sanitization Included
    • Bird Exclusion Included

    Questions

    If I leave the birds alone will they just go away?

    Not before they do significant damage. Once birds live in a wall or in an attic they will usually stay. Once the birds are removed, their nest and droppings need to be removed and sanitized, and usually bird spikes and bird repellent placed to prevent further infestations.

    There is a bird in my attic. What do i do?

    Birds are nuisance animals. They create their nest, leave tons of droppings which can turn to mold, and mold can release spores into the air which affect your families health over time. Its important to quickly call a wildlife expert who can tell you about the process of getting rid of birds from your home.

    Why is bird removal important if they are in my attic?

    Birds come in pairs, and also live in families of birds. So once you have one bird in your home, you are likely to have many others. Birds fly in flocks, and you dont want a whole flock living in your home rent free. On a serious note, birds carry diseases, salmonella, and leave bird droppings that carry even more diseases. They are a nuisance and need to be removed by a wildlife professional.

    Professional Bird Control Methods

    About the Animal

    Birds aren’t the first thing you think of when you hear “nuisance wildlife”, but these animals can cause a lot of problems. They affect both residential areas and commercial ones.

    Their droppings are acidic, and they can slowly damage anything around. This will slowly wear down the building and ruin nearby cars. Their waste also has a bad connotation, which can sully a business’s reputation.

    That’s not even mentioning the diseases and parasites they carry, or the damage they cause to ducts and a building’s HVAC system.

    Excluding Birds

    We value animal lives at Nuisance Wildlife Rangers, which is why we use exclusion techniques whenever possible. This involves sealing up all gaps the birds use, ensuring they can never get back into your home.

    By timing when we seal these holes, we can let the bird leave on its own accord, making this approach one of the most humane.

    Deterring Birds

    Bird Spikes

    Another popular control method involves bird spikes. The idea is to place uncomfortable spikes on ledges where birds normally rest. This makes the area uncomfortable for them, so they’re less likely to stay there. Over time, this makes the birds leave your home and search elsewhere for a place to stay.

    Bird Wires

    Bird wires have a similar philosophy to bird spikes. They’re designed to make parts of your home uncomfortable for birds. These have certain advantages over spikes, as they’re less visible to the human eye so won’t negatively impact the appearance of your home or business.

    Bird Netting

    Netting is one of the best control methods out there. It’s simple, effective, and humane.

    The idea is to cover an area with the net, which creates an impenetrable barrier for the birds. This puts some distance between the building and the birds, which helps reduce the amount of damage they cause.

    Trapping Birds

    Traps are one of the oldest ways of controlling animal populations, and they’ve only gotten better with time. There are several great traps out there that make capturing and relocating birds a breeze.

    These traps allow us at Nuisance Wildlife Rangers to effectively control bird populations while remaining humane and ethical.

    Preventing Birds

    The best way of controlling any nuisance wildlife is by stopping it from showing up in the first place.

    Remove Standing Water

    Birds love being around standing water. It provides them with what they need. By taking the time to remove small puddles, clean gutters, and take care of other sources of standing water, you’ll drastically reduce the chances of them showing up.

    Remove Food Sources

    Food is another major necessity for birds. You can prevent them from showing up by cutting off their food supply.

    Go around your home and remove any pet food and fruits around. You should also cover your trashcans so birds can’t gain access.

    Just a Call Away

    Nuisance Wildlife Rangers has five years of experience handling birds and other wildlife. We’re experienced in all these different bird control techniques, so give us a call! We service many areas in Southern Florida.

    bird removal

    Bird Prevention

    If you’re a homeowner, then you’re probably familiar with many of the ways that birds will try to share your home with you. It’s common to find birds nesting inside the eaves of your roof, in your attic, or even in your gutters. It’s a difficult thing to prevent because many bird species are tiny and can easily fit into holes that we might overlook.

    At Nuisance Wildlife Rangers, there are a few effective methods for bird prevention and bird removal that we recommend. If you would like to learn more about bird removal visit bird-removal.com. In general, prevention is your best option. If done correctly, you’ll not only remove pesky birds from your property but also keep them away for years to come.

    Bird Prevention Techniques

    Prevention is really the key when it comes to removing birds from your home. If you can get rid of the reasons the birds want to be there, then they will leave on their own!

    First and foremost, it pays to keep your yard clean. There are thousands of bird species out there – each one eats something different so in general, removing waste and debris is a good call. It’s also a good idea to remove anything that might collect standing water because to a bird, this will look like a great place to get a drink.

    It’s also a good idea to secure your garbage cans with tight lids, or move them inside a garage or shed. Additionally, if you feed your pets outside, don’t leave any of their food or water out.

    How to Keep Birds Out of Your Attic

    Birds are generally pretty small, so they can squeeze into gaps that you might not have even considered as entry points. If you are hearing birds in your attic or crawlspace, it’s likely that they have exploited a small gap in your roofline or found a way through the eaves.

    The first step to keeping birds out of the house is to inspect the outside of your home. At Nuisance Wildlife Rangers, we are bird removal experts so we know exactly what to look for. For an untrained eye, it can be difficult to account for every single potential bird entry hole.

    In general, check the roofline of your house for any small gaps between shingles. Look for small areas around the roof where there are gaps in your siding. This is especially true for multi-story homes. You might want to use a ladder to get up on your roof for a better view, but please use caution.

    As you identify potential bird entry points, you must seal them up. At Nuisance Wildlife Rangers, we use and recommend wire mesh with holes no larger than 1/2 inch. Birds cannot chew through this material. Additionally, it’s pretty low profile so it won’t spoil the appearance of your home.

    How to Scare Birds Away

    Birds are generally pretty skittish, meaning they are easily scared away. As a homeowner, you can use this to your advantage. It’s easy and cheap to set up a few decoys around your property to discourage birds from ever getting near. You can also use any shiny objects you have lying around – simply hanging them from your trees will help to deter birds.

    Our top recommendation for scaring birds away is a predator decoy. There’s a pretty wide range of these available, from simple plywood dog cutouts to highly realistic plastic or stone figurines.

    If you’re concerned about how your property will look, we suggest going for higher-end decoys because they’ll look better. When used well, these can actually add to the aesthetic appeal of your property.

    We have also seen some instances where a traditional scarecrow works just as well as these store-bought options. This is a cheaper alternative and can be a fun project if you have kids!

    Specifically, for scaring away birds, we suggest using coyote, snake, and owl decoys because these are natural bird predators. You should set them up around the area you want to keep birds away from.

    Just be aware that birds are pretty smart, so if you leave the same decoys out in the same spots for more than a few days they’ll probably catch on. We suggest keeping up the variety and moving your decoys around at least every three days.

    Protect Your Gutters

    Birds and other animals like to get inside gutters because they’re high off the ground and relatively protected. To prevent this, we suggest that you cover your gutters in mesh to keep birds from making nests inside them.

    This is all-around a good idea because it will also keep your gutters cleaner for longer and prevent nasty clogs and leaf buildup. It’s really a win-win, but we strongly advise you to get a professional to do this work. It’s difficult, time-consuming, and if not done properly, it won’t be effective.

    You can also use bird spikes or porcupine wire around your gutters to keep animals away. You have probably seen this on the outsides of businesses – it’s basically like a bunch of small nails sticking straight up. This will keep birds from landing on or nesting in these areas.

    pigeonsOur Professional Pigeon Removal Services

     

    About Pigeons

    Pigeons are one of the most common birds in cities around the world. Their abundance and filthiness have led many to call them the “rats of the sky”. Like rats, pigeons are a host to countless diseases and parasites. These birds also multiply rapidly, much like rodents, which is why they’re difficult to get rid of.

    Problems Caused by Pigeons

    Pigeons cause a lot of problems. These affect both residential and commercial areas. Here are some of the most common:

    Spreading Diseases and Parasites

    Pigeons carry many diseases. These range from harmless to deadly.

    • Salmonella: This is a common disease that leads to stomach aches and diarrhea. It’s what causes food poisoning when birds or other carriers infect food stores.
    • E. Coli: This disease is similar to salmonella, and leads to stomach aches, bloody diarrhea, and vomiting.
    • West Nile Virus: Birds spread this disease to mosquitos who then pass it on to people, resulting in rashes and aches.
    • Histoplasmosis: A deadly fungus that ruins the lungs when inhaled. It’s often found in bird stool.

    These birds also carry parasites like bed bugs, mites, and worms.

    Ruining Companies’ Reputations

    Because pigeons are dirty animals, the places they’re found are assumed to be filthy. This can be problematic for businesses who want to leave people with a good impression. This is like a rat being found in a building.

    Corroding Items

    Pigeons have surprisingly corrosive droppings. Their waste will quickly eat through any material it lands on, resulting in major damage. This is particularly troubling for cars, as the droppings can corrode the paint — forcing you to pay a fortune to get the original color back.

    Our Approach

    At Nuisance Wildlife Rangers, we seek to solve all your wildlife problems. Our work revolves around being humane and effective, as we value the lives of animals. That’s why we only use the safest and most ethical techniques to control pigeon populations. We’ll ensure your home or business is free of these pests, without putting the animals in unnecessary harm.

    Identifying the Cause

    The first step of our service involves identifying the source of the problem. We try to find important information about the pigeon, such as its breed, the location of its nest, and its food sources. These give us crucial information about the bird’s habits, allowing us to remove them in the most effective way possible.

    Trapping the Pigeons

    We’ll often try to trap the pigeon, especially if there are a lot of them in the area. This involves bringing the right type of live trap for the pigeon species. We may also place some bait if needed.

    The trap is placed near the bird’s nest or in the area they like to sit. This increases the chance of them being caught. Once the bird is captured, we’ll work to relocate the animal far away. This ensures the pigeon cannot find its way back to your home or business.

    Installing Bird Deterrents

    We’ve found that the best way of removing pigeons is by installing bird deterrents. These are a variety of devices specifically designed to irritate birds and force them to leave the area.

    Some commonly used deterrents include bird spikes — which are installed on roofs and other areas frequented by pigeons and poke them until the birds leave — and birds wires, which perform a similar task but with a thin wire across those areas. Once we’ve installed them, the birds won’t have anywhere to land on. That’s why they’ll slowly give up and leave you alone.

    Another popular choice is bird netting, which is set up to create a physical barrier. This stops the birds from entering some areas, which can be used to protect sensitive equipment and preventing the birds from disturbing your customers. With this setup, your home or business will soon be bird-free.

    Cleaning the Area

    Even after the birds are gone, they’ll leave a lot of waste and debris behind. This is full of bacteria and viruses, so it should be removed to prevent you from being harmed. We’ll help remove the nests and other debris, which will stop pigeons from coming back. It also gets rid of the source of disease.

    Preventing Pigeons

    Once the pigeons are gone and the area is clean, we seek to prevent pigeons from ever bothering you again. We’ll guide you through some simple steps you can take to keep your home or business free from these flying animals. The most important step is to remove any standing water in the area. Birds and pigeons are attracted to these, so they should be removed at once. This gets rid of the birds’ source of water, so they have no reason to show up in the first place. Another crucial step is to remove all sources of food. This means stopping anyone from feeding birds if they already do so. It also involves securing garbage to prevent the animals from eating from the trash can.

     

    bird control

    Nuisance Bird Control Methods that Actually Work

    Birds are a beautiful sight to watch and the joy that comes with watching birds fly just turns many people’s imaginations into full gear and they can dream the wildest of dreams at that particular moment in time. The act of feeding birds also is very fulfilling and an addictive pastime activity at the same time. One cannot help but…

    Read More

    Nuisance Bird Control Methods to Get Rid of Birds

    Watching birds is a lovely experience up until the point when they become a nuisance. When you have birds in your home, they can really create a serious nuisance to a great extent. Some of the common birds that are known to be nuisance birds include house sparrows, starlings, and the pigeons. The nuisance bird control methods are aimed at…

    Read More

    Bird Fogging

    Chemical Bird Control Bird Fogging or Bird Hazing is a very effective method of pest bird control. A chemical called Methyl Anthranilate or (MA) is  an oil-based bird repellent used for the dispersal of pest birds in open spaces. It is formulated for application with foggers and haze generators. Methyl Anthranilate is harmless to people, pets, plants and birds. It is an oil…

    Read More

    Eagle Eye

    Eagle Eye System The Eagle Eye system is used to deter birds from a general area. This system pulses a red wavelength of light that is not visible to people but it is visible to birds. It actively deters birds that are in flight driving them away from the system. The reflective pyramid rotates by an electric motor or wind. The…

    Read More

    Bird Spikes

    Bird Spikes Bird Spikes are an effective bird control solution for ledges, parapet walls, roof peaks, chimneys, and more. They come in a number of materials such as polycarbonate, aluminum, galvanized steel, and stainless steel. Stainless Steel bird spikes are preferred for their life span and resistance to rust and breaking down. The spikes often come in three foot sections….

    Read More

    Bird Netting

    Bird Netting Bird Netting is one of the most effective means of Bird Control available on the market today. It has many benefits over other bird control methods. Bird Netting offers a totally humane control method because it provides a harmless, impenetrable barrier against all pest birds. Bird Netting also generally offers a low to no visibility solution to pest bird problems….

    Read More

    Bird Control Methods

    BIRD CONTROL There are many bird control methods on the market today to control bird problems. Birds are some of the filthiest of animals, their droppings are unsightly, unappealing and render walking surfaces under foot slippery and dangerous. Birds also deface rooftops, floors, walls and vehicles. Property damage problems involving Pest Birds include unwanted congregations of these birds around areas…

    Read More
    Bat Removal Service

    Bat Removal

    Duck Extermination

    Duck Removal

    Snake Removal

    squirrel removal service

    Squirrel Removal

    Bee Removal Expert

    Bee Removal

    Bird Control

    Bird Removal

    Hog Removal Experts

    Hog Removal

    Mole Removal Experts

    Mole Removal

    Frog Removal Service

    Frog Removal

    Mosquito Removal

    Coyote Removal

    Armadillo Removal Experts

    Armadillo Removal

    Iguana Removal Service

    Iguana Removal

    Raccoon Removal Service

    Raccoon Removal

    Rat Extermination

    Rat Removal

    Possum Removal Service

    Opossum Removal

    Other Services

    By Nuisance Wild Life Rangers

    Attic Restoration

    Dead Animal Removal

    Exclusion Repair

    Mosquito Control

    A Technician is Close by

    For Immediate Help Call Today

    Established in 2013, Nuisance Wildlife Rangers® is one of the largest animal control and removal and wildlife removal companies in Florida. For over 4 years, we have been providing services to homes and businesses in Florida.

    Call (877) 741-7703

    Have Birds that You Want Gone?

    Give Us a Call

    (877) 741-7703
    Call Now ButtonCall Now