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Dallas Texas Bird Removal and Bird Control experts commonly get birds out of vents throughout Dallas, TX and surrounding areas of Dallas. Common sounds associated with having this problem is scratching sounds, loud thumping sounds and a lot of chirping sounds after the bird babies are born. 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. 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 Disinfectant to kill all the possible health hazards.

Common Dallas Bird Problems

  • Birds in your Bathroom Vent
  • Birds in your Dryer Vent
  • Birds in your Kitchen Vent
  • Birds in your Air Conditioning Vent

Wildlife animal removal of Dallas Texas provides complete wildlife control and Bird Control Services throughout Dallas Texas and surrounding areas including:

Addison, Balch Springs, Carrollton, Cedar Hill, Cockrell Hill, Coppell, Dallas, Desoto, Duncanville, Farmers Branch, Garland, Glenn Heights, Grand Prairie, Highland Park, Hutchins, Irving, Lancaster, Mesquite, Richardson, Rowlett, Sachse, Seaqoville, Sunnyvale, University Park, and Wilmer Texas..

Commonly birds that nest in vents are house sparrows and smaller birds. Here is some information on Common Grackles and House Sparrows. The most common bird to take up residence in your Dallas Texas vent are House Sparrows.

The following species will use your vents to make their nests:

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.



Common Grackle: Common Grackles are large, lanky blackbirds with long legs and long tails. The head is flat and the bill is longer than in most regular blackbirds, with the hint of a downward curve. In flight, the wings appear short in comparison to the tail. Males are slightly larger than females, You’ll often find Common Grackles in large flocks, flying or foraging on your lawn and in planted agricultural fields. They strut on their long legs, pecking for food rather than scratching. At your bird feeders Common Grackles will dominate smaller birds and scare them away. When resting they sit atop trees or on telephone lines, keeping up a loud chattering throughout the evening hours. this is what the look like:

The starling is a dark chunky, muscular bird. It is distinguished from other blackbirds by its short tail and its longer, slender bill. Starling plumage varies depending on the season. In winter, the bird displays a highly speckled iridescent coat and a dark bill. In summer, the bird's coat dulls and has far fewer speckles.

There are several other types of Blackbirds that nest in your vent pipes, Even though the common Grackle is the most common bird, many types of bird will nest in a dryer vent, bathroom vent, and any other type of vent they can access. If you are hearing birds in the vent it is important to remove the bird before it has babies this may make the extraction more difficult and baby birds that do not survive will cause a foul odor in your homes vent. Give our office a call today to have the birds removed from your Dallas, Texas vent.

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