Bird Proofing and Control Service

Bird Proofing and Control Service

Effective bird proofing and control.

 Other pest Birds in Australia

Birds considered pests in Australia include the common myna, the starling, the spotted dove, and rock pigeon (common pigeon). In fact, these birds were introduced to control locusts. The Indian myna breeds prolifically in the eastern states. In fact, Now they have become a problem here in Australia. Pigeons are the main pest bird in Australia.
Bird proofing and Control

Bird Proofing and Control

At Certified home services our Bird Proofing and control can stop birds nesting and making a mess at your home or business.

What Can we do?

bird control

using sound to scare the birds

First of all, you can use prevention, Firstly, proofing which stops the birds nesting in problem areas. Common proofing methods include bird spikes, netting. In addition to these methods, there are products that scare birds like sound. Which uses ultrasonic sound to scare birds away. also, there is some new technology like gels that uses reflection in the UV spectrum which makes birds see flames and also emits odours which the bird does not like.

Other Bird Proofing and Control Measures.

In addition to those methods, there is trapping, poisoning and shooting which we don't use at certified home services. Also used are electronic systems which use shock treatment to stop birds nesting.

Native Birds.

There are restrictions on native species like Swallows we can only remove nests when they are not nesting. Swallow nests can only be removed during certain times of the year when the birds aren't reproducing.

In addition to the swallow, There are restrictions on other native species like the Bush turkey. And you can only trap and relocate them and not during their nesting times.

So if you are having issues with feral birds. And need more information on Bird proofing and control give Vicki or Lauren a call and book in a quote. Give them a call on 07 32008586

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