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Lakewood

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 for bird control problems. We offer services for all types of birds, from sparrows and pigeons to woodpeckers and turkey vultures. We can talk with you, discuss your specific bird control problem, and develop a custom solution that works for your architecture and that will exclude birds permanently. We offer free bird control consultations where we can figure out the right next steps for you and your property and help you come up with a solution to your bird problem.

Common New Jersey Pest Birds

Common Bird Problems in Lakewood

Pest Birds (Starlings, Crows, Sparrows, Pigeons)

Small- to medium-sized pest birds are common in the New Jersey suburbs. These types of birds usually find a source of food, whether it's from the trash, from people, a garden, or an insect infestation, and hang around the area for a while. Once they know the source of food is consistent, they will build nests in the area. Then they will multiply and the bird problem will increase, increasing the bird pressure in the area as well as the amount of corrosive droppings they spread. Common nesting grounds include in trees and bushes as well as in manmade structures like under solar panels or the tops of chimneys. The best way to solve this sort of bird problem is to remove the birds' food source and block off nesting grounds with bird netting.

Canada Geese in Parks

Canada Geese love to make their home near parks and lakes where they can nest and have a consistent source of food. Once they nest, they are aggressive and territorial to anyone else in their vicinity, honking and potentially biting those who get too close. They also eat much of the plants and greenery in the area and spread droppings across the turf. A single Canada Goose can eat up to four pounds of plants a day and spread up to two pounds of droppings- and that's per goose! When they are in a flock, the problem can quickly get out of hand. Common Canada Geese solutions include installing bird netting to block off bird nesting grounds, installing pond netting to exclude them from areas on lakes, and applying methyl anthranilate, a grape-flavoring agent that geese avoid, to grass and plants.

Tried and true solutions to all your bird control needs

For pest birds like pigeons, starlings, and sparrows, our top recommendation for solving a bird infestation is removing bird food sources and blocking off bird nesting grounds with bird netting. You can often remove food sources without the help of a bird control company. The ways to do this include covering up trash containers, not feeding the birds, and resolving any insect infestations in the area.


Once you've removed bird food sources, the next step is to block off their nesting grounds. This is more complicated and often requires the help of a bird control company. Bird netting needs to be installed properly and to work according to your property's architecture in order to exclude birds to the fullest extent. If you install bird netting properly and exclude birds that way, it is almost always the best solution to your bird problem. It will exclude birds with 100% effectiveness, last 20+ years, and endure all weather conditions.


For Canada Geese in parks, the best solutions are usually bird netting and applying methyl anthranilate to nearby grass. Bird netting blocks off geese nesting grounds and areas on the lake birds would enter. Methyl anthranilate stops geese from eating the grass in the park or lake area. Without a food source or a way to build secure nesting grounds, the geese lose their reason to be there.

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.