Orlando Pigeon and Bird Control
Birds roosting on roof? Pigeons making a mess?
Bird Control | Removal | ExclusionPigeons are the most serious bird pest associated with human habitations. Pigeons are commonly found around farm yards, grain elevators, feed mills, parks, city buildings, bridges, and other areas that provide roosting, loafing, and nesting sites.
Wildlife Patrol solves bird problems through trapping, exclusion, or using deterrant devices. No birds are harmed during the exclusion and no chemicals are used.
Call 407-810-1381 for our professional help.
Bird Exclusion: Pigeon numbers can be reduced by blocking access to indoor roosts and nesting areas. Openings to lofts, steeples, vents, and eaves should be blocked with wood, metal, glass, masonry, or 3/4 inch rust-proofed wire mesh. Plastic or nylon netting can often be substituted for wire mesh, but may have to be replaced more frequently. Roosting on ledges can be discouraged by changing the ledge angle to 45 degrees or more.
Sheet metal, wood, or stone can be formed and fastened to ledges to achieve the desired angle. Ornamental architecture can be screened with nylon netting to prevent roosting, loafing, and nesting. Although effective, netting may not be aesthetically acceptable.
1. inspection - structure analyzed for entry points and population level.
2. exclusion - one way netting installed and repairs begun
3. repairs - netting removed and repairs completed
4. decontamination - bird guano vacuumed away and area sprayed down with atomized Bioshieldģ
Trapping: Pigeons can be effectively controlled by capturing them in traps placed near their roosting, loafing, or feeding sites. Pigeon traps can be purchased or constructed and can vary in size. Some are large enough to walk into, others (low-profile traps) measure only 9 inches high and 24 inches in width and length. Construction guidelines can be obtained from our office for a large “common trap” and a “low-profile trap. Generally, the larger the population of birds to be trapped the larger the trap should be. However, even though the larger traps will hold many birds, they can be cumbersome in certain situations such as rooftop trapping programs. In these instances, it may be more convenient to use several of the smaller, more portable traps.
Wildlife Patrol are not exterminators and we do not exterminate or kill birds. Bats are removed safely, humanely, and without dangerous chemicals or poisons.
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