Why Choose AviAway?
AviAway is a bird control service company that specializes in creating custom solutions to bird control problems. We will talk with you, discuss your particular problem, and help you come up with a solution that will exclude birds to the fullest extent and also work with your architecture. AviAway provides bird control service throughout the United States and Canada. We service every type of bird problem, from seagulls and sparrows to turkey vultures and chimney swifts. We also offer free bird control consultations where we can walk you through, step-by-step, how to solve your bird problem.
Common Bird Problems In Edison
Nuisance Birds (Pigeons, Starlings, Sparrows)
Pest birds are a problem throughout urban and suburban environments like Edison. Pigeons, starlings, and sparrows like to find a source of food and make nesting grounds nearby. Once they nest, the birds multiply and the bird problem increases along with the noise, droppings, and the birds' attachment to the area. Prime bird nesting locations are covered, enclosed locations like under solar panels, in the rafters of buildings, or on the ledges of parking garages. These areas keep bird nests safe from predators and the elements. The best way to stop a nuisance bird infestation in Edison is to remove the birds' food sources and to block off their nesting grounds with bird netting.
Canada Geese in Parks
Canada Geese are the other big problem in Edison. These birds find a body of water to make their home and then build their nests. Once together, they tend to flock and make a nuisance of themselves. The birds are also aggressive and unfriendly, honking at and even potentially biting those who get too close. These birds also produce excessive amounts of droppings. Canada Geese can eat up to four pounds of grass a day and produce two pounds of droppings per day. And that is per goose! Top Canada Geese control solutions are blocking off bird nesting grounds with bird netting and applying methyl anthranilate to nearby grass and plants to block off geese food sources.
Tried and true solutions to all your bird control needs
Top methods for deterring and excluding nuisance birds like pigeons, starlings, and sparrows are removing bird food sources and blocking off their nesting grounds with bird netting. Bird food sources include open trash containers, food strewn on the ground, and food intentionally left out for the birds. These should be removed if at all possible. The next step is to block off the birds' nesting grounds. This is generally done with bird netting. Bird netting can be applied over the enclosed, covered places birds like to nest such as under solar panels and in the rafters of buildings. If birds have already nested, our top recommendation is to call in a bird control company to see what they can do. Moving a nest yourself can be dangerous from risk of disease and territorial birds. It is also illegal to move or interfere with the nests of most bird species in North America.