Bird Control & Removal in Apache Junction
Apache Junction Bird Control & Woodpecker or Pigeon Removal in Apache Junction, Ahwatukee, Glendale, Scottsdale, Chandler, Phoenix, Peoria, Tempe, Gilbert and Mesa Arizona.
Birds roosting on your roof is a very frequent problem that people have to deal with in Apache Junction. Arizona Wildlife Control specializes in humanely getting rid of these annoying birds from your property. Common sounds you will hear when having a bird problem are scratching, loud thumping and/or chirping sounds. Arizona Wildlife Control can provide all types of pest services to get rid of birds. Serving the Apache Junction, Ahwatukee, Avondale, Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe, Glendale, Scottsdale, and Peoria area in Arizona.
Birds are one of the dirtiest animals in North America. Bird droppings can carry over 60 different diseases, including the Avian Flu, and are compared to flying rats (Pigeons). Other health hazards that are possible for birds to carry are lice and mites. Birds should be removed from vents, pipes and duct work, attics, and roofs. Once the birds have been removed, the infected areas should be sprayed with a disinfectant to kill all possible health hazards before they become a problem.
Some of the most common bird problems are:
- Birds in your Attic
- Birds in your Vents (Dryer, Air Conditioning, etc.)
- Birds on your roof & in your gutters.
Woodpeckers can drum, drill, live, or roost on the siding of your home or business. We have professional woodpecker/pigeon removal technicians. We will remove woodpeckers that roost or cause problems to man made structures. As young woodpeckers develop, they will infect attics, rooftops and walls with their woodpecker waste. Woodpeckers infect the inside of a building with waste and bird mites.
Please Note: Woodpeckers are federally protected. If you have a woodpecker problem, contact us or give us a call to hire our expert professional woodpecker/pigeon removal services.
Feral pigeons are a city bird that creates a lot of messes and can cause damages to where they roost. Pigeons have a varied diet and feel comfortable making their homes in man-made structures. Generally blue-grey in color, pigeons often have markings in black, white or brown on the wings and neck. A short neck and small head characterize the standard pigeon; their short legs, hind toes and level front allow for both easy perching on pipes and ledges or walking on flat surfaces. Pigeons nest in small, flat areas away from the ground such as building ledges, air conditioning units or window sills.