Bird Removal Pest Control
Many people have had birds as pets. And so when we ask what do you do if you have a bird in the house, you may not think its that big of a deal. But if you’ve ever have had a wild bird fly into your open window, you know that panic can be your first response. But what you may not know about birds is that they are very empathetic creatures, and when you panic, they panic. That’s why when you are running around, flapping your arms at them; they don’t seem to get the message to get out of your house. Instead, we recommend calmly removing all pets and children from the area. Then close all the other doors that lead to other parts of the house. There’s no sense in letting the bird have free roam of your whole home. Then you need to lower the lights. Turn off any lights that are in the room and close any shades that you may have over the windows.
The only light you will want coming in will be from the open window or door that leads to the outdoors. If you’ve taken all these steps and your bird guest has still not left, then you can make this additional step. Find a large flat sheet. Place yourself where the bird is between yourself and the exit. Hold the sheet above your head and slowly walk toward the door. The bird will hopefully fly right out.
You may want to call for professional back up if you find that birds have decided to make a home in your home. Birds often carry diseases and will leave behind their urine and feces full of harmful bacteria. They also tend to set up shop for some time. Birds will stay anywhere from 2-5 months depending on how long it would take the female to lay eggs and hatch them. If you think that birds may be roosting in your house, please call us today.