Pest birds cause all sorts of damage to homes, office buildings, and outdoor areas. Bird droppings carry several diseases. Parasites, such as fleas, ticks, and mites, live in bird nests. Woodpeckers make holes in the wood siding of homes. Grackles nest in bathroom vents. Seagulls and pigeons cause structural damage to office buildings.
Types of Pest Birds in Wisconsin
Types of Pest Birds
Bird control is a difficult task. Several pest birds are protected in Wisconsin, which require permits to handle. At Advanced Wildlife Control, we believe in humane animal control. Therefore, we take a deterring approach when dealing with pest birds by denying places to nest or land.
Since each type of bird has different laws and tactics to control, our bird experts will work with you to successfully relieve your bird problem. Bird proofing methods include bird deterrents, seasonal maintenance, preventative fixtures, catch & release, & nest removal.
Our customers are our #1 priority! At Advanced Wildlife Control, we want to make sure your bird problems are resolved in a timely manner. Therefore, our AWC professionals can usually be out at your property on the same day when you call or the following day.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, several birds a protected in Wisconsin by laws and regulations. Some birds require permits to handle like woodpeckers. Other birds cannot be handled at all, like chimney swifts.
Yes, pest birds like woodpeckers, geese, seagulls, pigeons, or grackles can damage buildings’ structural damage. Bird droppings are serious health concerns. Bird nests contain parasites like ticks, mites, or fleas.
No, Several pest birds are protected in Wisconsin. Even after receiving a permit, bird control is a complicated and detailed task. Therefore, please leave the bird control to the professionals at Advanced Wildlife Control. Our technicians are well-equipped to handle your bird problems.
Histoplasmosis – a lung infection caused by inhaling fungal spores from bird droppings
Candidiasis – a fungal infection that can be spread by pigeons
Cryptococcosis – a fungal infection caused by inhaling fungal spores from bird droppings
Psittacosis (parrot fever) – an infectious disease caused by exposure to bird droppings
Salmonellosis – a bacterial disease (food poisoning) caused by contaminated food from bird feces
Q Fever – a bacterial infection caused by inhaling the dust of bird feces