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Brick

New Jersey

Your local pest bird control specialists. Offering complete bird control solutions, from design to installation.

Why Choose AviAway?

AviAway is a bird control company that specializes in developing custom solutions to bird control problems. We will talk with you, discuss your specific bird control problem, and help you come up with an approach that will block out birds as completely as possible and will also work for your property's architecture. AviAway provides bird control services throughout the United States and Canada. We also service all types of bird problems, from pigeons and seagulls to Canada Geese and chimney swifts. We do free bird control consultations where we can walk you through how to solve your unique bird problem.

Common New Jersey Pest Birds

Common Bird Problems in Brick

Nuisance Birds (Pigeons, Starlings, Sparrows)

Pest birds like pigeons, starlings, and sparrows are one of the biggest bird problems in Brick. These birds tend to find a source of food and nest nearby. These kinds of birds like to nest in enclosed, covered places like under solar panels which keep them safe from predators and the elements. Once they nest, the bird problems increase. The birds get noisier, the droppings increase, and they are more difficult to make leave. Top methods for getting rid of a nuisance bird infestation in Brick are removing bird food sources and installing bird netting over bird nesting grounds.

Seagulls Near Businesses

Seagulls are the other big bird problem at the Jersey Shore. These birds like to flock around places of business and eat from the trash. They also disturb customers, especially at restaurants and locations serving food. Seagulls can even steal the food right off peoples' plates if the seagull infestation problem becomes too large. The best seagull control methods are covering up bird food sources if possible and installing exclusion methods like bird netting or seagull grid deterrent wire.

Tried and true solutions to all your bird control needs

Top bird control solutions for nuisance birds like pigeons, starlings, and sparrows are removing bird food sources and blocking off their nesting grounds with bird netting. Common bird food sources for this type of bird are open trash containers, food strewn on the ground, and food intentionally left out for the birds. Open trash containers can be replaced with closed trash containers, food strewn on the ground can be picked up, and signs can be put up telling people not to feed the birds. Blocking off bird nesting grounds is usually accomplished with bird netting. Bird netting can be placed over the covered, enclosed places that birds like to nest in like underneath solar panels or in the rafters of canopies. If birds have already nested, our top recommendation is to call in a bird control company to assess the situation. Moving the nest of most birds in North America is illegal and the birds may get territorial.


Solutions for a seagull infestation at a place of business are covering up bird food sources if possible and installing bird exclusion methods. Open trash containers should be replaced with covered ones and food thrown on the ground should be picked up very frequently by staff. With the food sources reduced, you can install bird exclusion methods. These include bird netting and seagull grid deterrent wire. Bird netting can be installed anywhere seagulls are entering, including potential seagull nesting areas like behind trash compactors and on rooftops. Seagull grid deterrent wire can be installed on open surfaces like rooftops, creating a no-fly zone out of wire that seagulls will avoid descending onto. Custom solutions are sometimes the best solutions for seagull problems. Schedule a free bird consultation with AviAway and we can chat about how to best approach your seagull problem.

Our bird control specialists are here for you. 

Give us a call and AviAway can help solve your bird control problem. We offer free consultations and can help you find the best way to approach your bird problem. Then, if you choose to move forward with us, we can work with you to design and implement a custom solution based on your architecture that will exclude birds for good.