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Bird Control Services for The State of Vermont

Vermont, a state in the northeastern United States, is known for its natural landscape of forests and mountains. Thousands of acres are crossed by hiking trails or ski slopes, with Vermont producing their iconic maple syrup on a bigger scale than any other state.  More than 100 19th-century covered wooden bridges span these miles across mountainous terrain. It has been nicknamed 'the Green Mountain State' due to its mountainous topography that offers plenty to explore, whether you're exploring artsy towns like Burlington or checking out some

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roadside attractions such as Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory! With just over 600k residents, this tiny state also holds second place in most minor populations ranking behind only Wyoming, and has the title of fifth smallest in size.

Compared to other states, it has a smaller variety of birds, with only 260 bird species having been recorded in Vermont. Of those, 32 are considered priority bird species, meaning their long-term continuation is being threatened. Most of these are birds that nest in forests, plains, and shrublands. While pest birds are most often pigeons, woodpeckers, and cormorants, a few species such as sparrows and chimney swifts pose the risk of endangering the health and safety of humans by nesting in homes and businesses but are on the priority bird species list. Removing these birds from buildings without harming them and encouraging them to find more natural places to nest is a top priority. We have experience providing bird control that is of no harm to any birds we are trying to deter.

This bird is believed to be associated with sending messages about survival through their song - they are sometimes said to represent basic necessities for life such as food or shelter.

The Vermont State Bird is the Hermit Thrush, a.k.a. Catharus guttatus

Common Vermont Pest Birds

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Why Bird Control Is Necessary

The gentle, delicate birds that we know and love can quickly become a concern if they're given the chance to enter buildings or roost on a building's exterior. They leave behind unsightly droppings from which many diseases are transmitted when exposed or disturbed by wind or other external factors; not only that but nests built on roof vents where air flow risks being restricted could pose a fire hazard. If these things happen enough then there's even potential for legal action!

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Have you ever cleaned up after a bird around your feeder? Sure, at first glance, it may not seem like there is anything wrong with that. But if we have to clean this mess up then we are exposing ourselves to other pests like bird mites, and dangerous diseases and viruses which can pose life-threatening risks for us when airborne particles carry diseases over into our lungs without us even knowing!


One great way to keep birds away from your property is by installing bird netting around the building's ledges and overhangs. This step will prevent them from nesting on these surfaces, leading to unsanitary conditions for both humans and animals alike! If you are unsure if you want to take such a large step towards bird prevention, consider first sealing up trash cans so that they do not become a food source to pest birds. The following steps should ensure success in deterring any pesky feathered friends who want to make their home at your place!

Common Effects of Pest Bird Infestations

  • Bird droppings can cause the breakout of several diseases and the multiplication of parasites like mealworms, chicken mites, and even bed bugs.


  • Large populations of birds can be noisy, especially at night when they are right on your roof.


  • Nests can clog your drains and that will lead to a big problem with water drainage.


  • Food contamination is highly likely if they are around food processing outfits or eateries.


  • Pest bird presence can lead to penalties from public health officers.


  • Bird droppings on sidewalks can result in slips when they are mistakenly stepped upon.


  • Bird droppings can stain, corrode, and cause other damages to the building materials.

Avoid Developing Bird Infestations Around Your Home or Building

  • Clean your gutters and eliminate other forms of standing water in your areas. Availability of water to drink can attract them.


  • Avoid all kinds of projections like ledges around your wall. Birds can easily roost on them.


  • Trim all trees and prune them very regularly. The more leaves they have the more they can provide shelter for birds.


  • Cover all trash cans, as they can attract not only pest birds like pigeons but other unwanted wildlife as well.


  • Clean all outdoor surroundings consistently. If your pet mistakenly upsets your trash can, quickly clean it up as some of the food remnants can attract birds, and once they know where the food is, they stay there.


  • Avoid feeding pest birds at all costs, as it is a form of encouragement for them to stay even longer. This includes bird feeders that arent weight controlled.


  • Seal all openings through which small birds can enter your building.


  • Ensure all vent, loft, and eave openings are permanently blocked.


  • Install door strips on any exterior doors, to prevent the entrance of all birds.

Why Choose AviAway?

Calling our experts will allow you to say goodbye to pesky birds once and for all. We're knowledgeable on how to handle any bird problem, ranging from pigeons in your office space at work, geese getting into your pond or destroying your lawn while pecking away for food, sparrows building a nest inside building gutters - anything you can imagine! Bird control is never something you need to worry about because our experts know just what needs doing when dealing with these pests. Our methods are always immediately effective, so don't hesitate before calling us today!


When it comes down to getting rid of those pesky feathered creatures who are always coming by our homes and businesses, no one is better than the AviAway team! We’ll take care of removing anything messy or noisy about their visits like droppings or other signs left behind--that way, nothing will bring these little guys back into town next time they fly through looking for food and shelter.


Aviaway is an eco-friendly and humane bird control company. We have been dealing with birds and helping people through their messy bird infestations for over three decades. Aviaway provides a range of services from professional cleanup to complete removal options--services you can rely on when birds become too much!

  • Steel and Polycarbonate (plastic) Bird Spikes

  • Heavy Duty Bird Exclusion Netting 3/4" mesh and 2" mesh

  • Bird Tension Wire Systems 

  • Electrified Track Systems (Avishock)

  • Ledge Exclusion (Aviangle)

  • Structural Alteration 

  • Sonic and Ultrasonic Sound Units

  • Bird Removal (Targeting Programs)

  • Live Capture and Removal

Bird Control Solutions for Every Situation

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AviAway is a company that strives to provide quick and easy solutions for any potential customer - not just those who experience bird problems, but those who wait to avoid ever having them. The goal of AviAway isn't only about removing the problem at hand but also educating others on how they can help keep these pesky birds from ever coming back!


You're tired of dealing with pest birds in your backyard? The experts at AviAway have got it covered. We offer a variety of options for bird control solutions from deterrents that keep pests away for years to come, to removal services when nests are found on the property or modification of unwanted roosting areas like ledges and overhangs.


AviAway is the best option for your bird problem. We only employ highly qualified technicians who are trained specifically to handle birds fast and efficiently, while ensuring a safe environment. They will make sure everything gets done right the first time! Set up a discussion call with our specialist today so we can end your bird problems now! You can also give us a call today, at (844) 247-3373.

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