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

Why Choose AviAway?

AviAway is a bird control service provider that specializes in designing customized solutions to bird control problems. We will talk with you, discuss your specific bird problem, and come up with a solution that fits your architecture and your specific bird control needs. We service all bird problems, from pigeons and sparrows to turkey vultures and woodpeckers, throughout the United States and Canada. We offer free bird control consultations and can set up a discussion with you to discuss your bird control situation.

Common New Jersey Pest Birds

Common Bird Problems in Elizabeth

Nuisance Birds (Pigeons, Starlings, Sparrows)

Nuisance birds are all around Elizabeth. Pigeons, starling, and sparrows discover food sources like trash or food left on the ground then make nests in the area. Prime nesting areas for these birds include the rafters of buildings, rooftop HVAC units, parking garages, and canopies. After birds nest, they will multiply, increasing the amount of birds in the area along with the amount of droppings they produce. Birds will also be more difficult to get to leave after they have nested. The top-recommended options for bird control for nuisance birds are removing bird food sources (covering up trash and removing open food from the area) and installing bird netting to block out bird nesting areas.


Seagulls are a common sight around the ports of Elizabeth. These birds flock around waterfront areas and scavenge food from the garbage. They also make their nests in the area, multiplying and increasing the seagull problem. Seagull droppings come along with the bird problem and are corrosive, causing damage to buildings and vehicles over time. Seagulls can also be aggressive birds, not hesitating to get close to humans. This makes them liable to interfere with business operations. It is usually preferable to have seagulls out of the picture. Our top-recommended seagull control option is grid deterrence wire for larger business operations. Seagull grid deterrence wire is wire spread across tall poles that are spaced across an entire surface. It prevents seagulls from descending from the sky onto the area.

Tried and true solutions to all your bird control needs

Our top-recommended solutions for nuisance birds are removing food sources and installing bird netting over nesting areas. As long as food sources are around, birds will keep coming back. Remove food sources by covering up trash cans and keeping the area clear of discarded food. You can remove bird food sources without the help of a bird control company and this will generally alleviate at least some of the problem. The next step is to install bird netting over nesting grounds. This keeps the birds from becoming attached to the area and blocks them from increasing. Bird netting can be tricky to install and for larger operations we recommend hiring a bird control company to do it properly. If installed properly, nothing beats bird netting for bird control. It excludes birds with 100% effectiveness, lasts 20+ years, and will endure all weather conditions.

Seagull grid deterrence wire is our top-recommendation for blocking seagulls from port areas. Grid deterrence wire is spread high on poles across an entire surface area and blocks gulls from being able to descend below. It is often used on roofs and other surfaces where gulls would otherwise land and be a nuisance. This solution is a bigger job and requires a bird control company to install. Bird netting is another option for deterring gulls from port areas, such as flying into a docking bay. There are options when it comes to seagull control. Schedule a consultation with AviAway and we can discuss your specific situation and come up with a permanent solution.

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.