Why Choose AviAway?
AviAway is a bird control service provider that specializes in designing custom solutions to bird control problems. We will talk with you, discuss your specific bird control problem, and help you come up with a solution that will exclude birds as completely as possible and work with your property's architecture. We service all bird types and bird problems and we offer services throughout the United States and Canada. We also offer free bird control consultations where we can walk you through, step-by-step, the best way to approach your bird problem.
Common Bird Problems in Camden
Nuisance Birds (Pigeons, Starlings, Sparrows)
Nuisance birds like pigeons, starling, and sparrows are one of the big bird problems in Camden. These types of birds like to find a food source and make nesting grounds nearby. They usually nest in covered, enclosed locations like under HVAC units or in the rafters of buildings. These places keep them safe from predators and the elements. Once the birds nest, the bird infestation problem increases. The birds get noisier, their droppings multiply, and they are harder to make leave. Top solutions for fixing a nuisance bird problem in Camden are removing bird food sources and netting off their nesting grounds with bird netting.
Canada Geese in Parks
Canada Geese in parks are the other big bird problem in Camden. These birds like to make their home around a body of water. Once they find a suitable location, the birds tend to nest and make a nuisance of themselves. They are difficult to make leave and they are unfriendly to park goers. They may honk or even bite at people. They also produce excessive amounts of droppings, up to two pounds a day per goose. That's a lot when you take the entire flock into consideration! Top methods for Canada Goose control are applying methyl anthranilate, the grape flavoring agent found in candies and soda which birds hate, to plants and crops and netting off nesting grounds with bird netting.
Tried and true solutions to all your bird control needs
The best bird control solutions for nuisance birds like pigeons, starlings, and sparrows are removing these birds' food sources and blocking off their nesting grounds with bird netting. Common bird food sources include 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 can be picked up frequently by staff, and signs can be put up telling people not to feed the birds. To block off nesting grounds, we recommend installing bird netting. Birds like to nest in covered, enclosed places like under HVAC units or in the rafters of canopies. These locations can be netted off with bird netting. Bird netting excludes birds with 100% effectiveness if installed properly. If birds have already nested, we recommend calling in a bird control company to inspect the location. Moving a birds' nest is illegal for most species in North America and the birds may get territorial.
Bird control solutions for Canada Geese include blocking off their food sources with methyl anthranilate and netting off their nesting grounds with bird netting. Methyl anthranilate is the grape flavoring agent found in candies and sodas. Birds like geese can't stand the scent or taste of it. If applied in liquid form over grass and plants, the geese will want to find some other food source. These kinds of geese are otherwise difficult to make leave. Methyl anthranilate is considered safe for birds and humans. The next step is to block off geese nesting grounds. This can be done with bird netting. Shallow sections of the pond or lake can also be netted off with pond netting to block the birds from accessing the water.
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.