Bird Removal and Bird Control Dayton, OH
Bird in Vent Removal Services
Animal Control Solutions professionals provides all types of bird removal services including birds in your vent, birds in your home, pigeons at your business. Birds are a very common nuisance animal that will make their nest in your home or business and leave droppings for you to clean up. Birds are a common problem encountered by Dayton Animal Control Solutions professionals.
Birds get in vents frequently and we are experts on how to get rid of birds from these vents. If you think you may have a bird problem some of the things that you may notice is scratching sounds, loud thumping sounds and alot of chirping sounds after baby birds are born, droppings at the entry point, or nesting site. Some of the more common bird problems we solve are:
Birds in your Bathroom Vent
Birds in your Dryer Vent
Birds in your Kitchen Vent
Birds in your Air Conditioning Vent
Bird Droppings at your home or business
Don't be fooled by the birds cute appearance birds are one of the dirtiest animals in North America. Birds and their dropping can carry over 60 different disease with the most common being the Bird Flu and even Histoplasmosis. Some other health hazards that birds carry are lice and mites. Birds should be removed from the ventilation pipe and the piping should be sprayed with a Insecticide and Disinfectant to kill all the possible health hazards.
Dayton Animal Control Solutions professionals provides bird removal services throughout Dayton, Sidney, Springfield and all areas of Montgomery County including cities and towns of: Brookville, Centerville, Clayton, Dayton, Englewood, Farmersville, Germantown, Huber Heights, Kettering, Miamisburg, Moraine, New Lebanon, Oakwood, Phillipsburg, Riverside, Sidney, Springfield, Trotwood, Union, Vandalia, and West Carrollton City
The following are the most common birds in Ohio's residential areas, cities, and towns: Pigeons, Doves, Hummingbirds, Woodpeckers, Swallows, Wrens, Mockingbirds, Ospreys, Thrashers, Starlings, Vireos, Wood Warblers, Blackbirds, Finches, and Sparrows.
Like the house sparrow, the starling was introduced from Europe in the 19th century. It did not spread as fast and only reached the western coast within the last few decades. Starlings are well adapted to urban life which offer it an abundance of food and nesting sites. It is a muscular bird about eight inches long with long wings and a short squared tail. Starlings are very aggressive and will drive native birds out of their territory, much to the dismay of local bird watchers. Starlings are well noted for their flocking habits. They often gather in the tens of thousands, creating a nuisance when roosting in populated areas