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Bird Control Services
for The State
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After it became the 5th US state to be founded, in 1788, Connecticut became America's third smallest state. This diverse region has been home to the likes of Yale University and famous coastal towns since its founding. In this small but beautiful location people can find themselves surrounded by coastal cities or rural towns with all their charm intact. The lush greenery always offers an opportunity for exploration while urban centers offer opportunities more suited to metropolitan tastes!

Connecticut Bird Control Experts

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Brown headed Cowbirds are known to lay their eggs in robin nests, in a type of parasitic relationship. Fortunately, Robins are really good at recognizing these unwanted eggs before it becomes a problem for the Robin's own chicks!

The Connecticut State Bird is the The American Robin a.k.a. Turdus migratorius

Connecticut is one of thirteen original colonies that helped shape our great nation into what we know today as America! Located south-east of New York City, this little gem may be tiny at only 70 miles wide (long) yet act twice as big when welcoming visitors year after year. And while small, this state has a total of 93 state parks and 32 state forests, a testament to the true beauty that can be found there. 

This beauty attracts not only tourists but migrating birds and year-round resident birds as well. The Atlas of Breeding Birds of Connecticut lists almost 300 bird species that call Connecticut their home, the most commonly seen of the species being the Blue Jay, Northern Cardinal, Mourning Dove, and of course their state bird, the American Robin.

Common Connecticut Pest Birds

AviAway Bird Removal Services Near You

Bridgeport
Danbury
Hartford
New Haven
Norwalk
Stamford
Waterbury

Why Bird Control Is Necessary

Birds are always fascinating to watch and some people enjoy feeding them as well. However, if you see a few birds consistently hanging around the same location on your building it might not be worth getting excited about just yet! If there are only a handful of birds now in just a short amount of time that could turn into dozens more which will cause all sorts of trouble for both humans with no tolerance towards their presence or buildings who suffer from structural damage caused by these pesky little creatures.

There are many disadvantages to having pest birds in your home, from droppings all over the house and drain clogs caused by nests built into them. Prevention is key when it comes to pests because you can avoid any future issues before they happen! It may seem like more work than just solving problems after-the-fact but prevention saves time and money every time.

 

If you just bought your first home or are starting a new business, the last thing that you want to see on top of it is bird droppings. Not only does this unsightly mess make it difficult for potential buyers and customers alike to appreciate what's inside, but these disgusting particles can carry numerous diseases as well. Dropping one tiny particle in an area where people live puts them at risk! The longer the feces remains on buildings material like porches and siding, not only will there be permanent damage done; but building integrity becomes compromised over time too!

 

If you're looking for some help with cleanup after purchasing a house or opening up shop recently--dont worry, we offer cleanup services made for exactly those situations.

Common Effects of Pest Bird Infestations

  • Bird droppings can cause the breakout of several diseases and the multiplication of parasites like mealworms, chicken mites, and even bed bugs.

 

  • Large populations of birds can be noisy, especially at night when they are right on your roof.

 

  • Nests can clog your drains and that will lead to a big problem with water drainage.

 

  • Food contamination is highly likely if they are around food processing outfits or eateries.

 

  • Pest bird presence can lead to penalties from public health officers.

 

  • Bird droppings on sidewalks can result in slips when they are mistakenly stepped upon.

 

  • Bird droppings can stain, corrode, and cause other damages to the building materials.

Avoid Developing Bird Infestations Around Your Home or Building

  • Clean your gutters and eliminate other forms of standing water in your areas. Availability of water to drink can attract them.

 

  • Avoid all kinds of projections like ledges around your wall. Birds can easily roost on them.

 

  • Trim all trees and prune them very regularly. The more leaves they have the more they can provide shelter for birds.

 

  • Cover all trash cans, as they can attract not only pest birds like pigeons but other unwanted wildlife as well.

 

  • Clean all outdoor surroundings consistently. If your pet mistakenly upsets your trash can, quickly clean it up as some of the food remnants can attract birds, and once they know where the food is, they stay there.

 

  • Avoid feeding pest birds at all costs, as it is a form of encouragement for them to stay even longer. This includes bird feeders that arent weight controlled.

 

  • Seal all openings through which small birds can enter your building.

 

  • Ensure all vent, loft, and eave openings are permanently blocked.

 

  • Install door strips on any exterior doors, to prevent the entrance of all birds.

Why Choose AviAway?

With over 20 years of experience and a team that is always on call, we know how to handle any bird situation. We are able to help you "fly" away from pesky birds with our services because unlike other companies if you follow our professional guide, all our results are permanent! We have a history that speaks volumes about how much we can do when it comes down to this business - there's nothing more satisfying than seeing a client's expression change from worry or despair back into joy once they've seen their home or business free from any unwelcome pests.

Nuisance birds, such as woodpeckers and seagulls are a major issue for many homeowners. They can cause thousands in damage if not taken care of immediately. The good news is that we have solutions to your bird problem! We can install various methods of protection like bird netting or spikes so you no longer need to worry about these pest birds. Many of our most reliable methods of bird removal and exclusion are listed below:

  • Steel and Polycarbonate (plastic) Bird Spikes

  • Heavy Duty Bird Exclusion Netting 3/4" mesh and 2" mesh

  • Bird Tension Wire Systems 

  • Electrified Track Systems (Avishock)

  • Ledge Exclusion (Aviangle)

  • Structural Alteration 

  • Sonic and Ultrasonic Sound Units

  • Bird Removal (Targeting Programs)

  • Live Capture and Removal

Bird Control Solutions for Every Situation

Bird Removal Service You Can Trust

Bird control has been our specialty and over the years we used many different methods of control, and have perfected the methods that work best so you don't have to worry about wasting your time with ineffective methods of control. We supply everything needed for the exclusion and removal of pest birds and take expert care throughout every step of the process to ensure you never have to wait long before seeing the results. 

We work hard to make sure you're happy, and we want your experience with us to be a pleasant one. Our team knows that when it comes to bird control, people want results fast - which is where AviAway shines! We've made efficiency and quickness one of the strongest points on our resume, and if any of our clients tell you anything about their experience with us they will say we are the best choice out there for anyone looking to get any bird control service.

AviAway is your number one choice when it comes to bird control in Connecticut. Don't let your property be overrun with unwanted birds! Contact us for speedy bird control services that are tailored to the needs of each client. We can handle any problem, from pigeons and seagulls to geese and crows. Don’t hesitate to call us, at (860) 468-4944.