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Bird Control Services for The State of Washington

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Washington Bird Control Experts

 

Washington's forests are a major part of the state and make up about half its land area. This state contains the most extensive forests of all the states in the nation. The main trees that make up these forests include Douglas fir, hemlock, Western red cedar, and ponderosa pine that grow mainly in mountainous areas. On less fertile parts such as the Columbia basin where grasses prevail, many different types of shrubs merge into sagebrush in dryer areas like Puget Sound Lowland. This area is a major migration route called the Pacific Flyway, used by many North American waterfowl. Because of this, the area is also home to several national wildlife refuges offering sanctuary for various populations of shorebirds and marine mammals.

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The goldfinch has a unique four syllable flight call. What makes it unique is that if you listen closely, it can sound like the four syllables “po-ta-to-chip”

The Washington State Bird is the Eastern Goldfinch, a.k.a. Carduelis Tristis

Washington is the furthest northwest constituent state of the United States. It’s well-known for its coastal location and excellent harbors that give it a leading role in trade with Alaska, Canada, and countries of the Pacific Rim. Washington is divided into two parts – the eastern side, shadowed by the Cascade Range and containing a drier climate, dependent upon crops such as wheat, irrigated crops, and livestock. The west coast contains a climate more suited to farmland and is reliant upon agriculture/forestry products or imported raw materials.

 

While the state is a perfect location for many species of waterfowl and seabirds, some of these species still find their way into suburbs and urban areas and cause major problems during migration season each year. Some pest birds that use the Pacific Flyway include Canadian Geese, American Crows, and several blackbird species. These pest birds are all known to travel in flocks that cause damage to crops and farmland, steal livestock feed, and create messes that need to be addressed in any location they stay. The proximity to the coast also attracts seagulls, another incredibly messy and invasive bird, known to carry several dangerous diseases.

Common Washington Pest Birds

Pigeons

Why Bird Control Is Necessary

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Have you ever seen a group of birds on your roof or in your warehouse? If the answer is yes, don't wait before addressing the problem. Birds are smart creatures that will quickly learn to stay out of the way of humans and predators, but they also will recognize when they have found a space where nothing disturbs them, and they will do everything they can to stay there. In addition, birds have a high reproductive rate, so they can go from 3 to 30 in a matter of weeks if you don't take action.

Bird control companies exist to provide services such as installing nets over ledges or other spots where these pests like to get comfortable, providing cleanup should they have already created a mess on your building before we arrive, and most importantly enabling you peace of mind knowing that knowledgeable technicians will ensure you never have to think about pest birds again.

 

Birds may seem innocent enough at first but when left unchecked their territorial nature becomes an issue where it could result in costly damages that need to be cleaned up afterwards- not something anyone wants on their plate after opening a new building or renovating old ones for example. Installing bird deterrents right away will save time and resources in the long run.

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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?

Deciding what direction to go when it comes to bird control can sometimes be difficult, choosing the wrong method may not offer you the solution you were looking for, and if you try and do it yourself, sometimes bird control methods that work for some bird species, worsen the infestation of another. Ensuring you have a knowledgeable and professional company address your bird infestation is the safest and most efficient way to resolve your already difficult situation.

 

We want to offer our clients a better solution - one that will not only be permanent but also cost-effective and environmentally friendly. And we have done exactly that! Our bird control products are designed to keep unwanted birds away from your property for good without causing any harm to them or having negative effects on the environment around you.

 

Don't let pest birds ruin your day anymore. Prevent them from coming back with our professional service! With customized devices for each species and a variety of different traps available to suit the needs of any property owner, we'll be able to provide protection without fail!

  • 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)

  • Structural Alteration 

  • Sonic and Ultrasonic Sound Units

  • Bird Removal (Targeting Programs)

  • Live Capture and Removal 

  • Ledge Exclusion (Aviangle)

Bird Control Solutions for Every Situation

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Pest birds are a serious problem for homeowners and professionals alike, which is why AviAway provides the best bird control products on the market. Our specialists have over 25 years of experience with all sorts of pest birds from pigeons to crows-so we know how to get rid of them without fail!

 

Do you find yourself constantly worrying about pesky pests like pigeons or sparrows? Well, worry no more because our experts at AviAway will take care if it! We provide quality services that start from beginning till end so there's no longer any need for these pests in your home or business ever again.

 

AviAway is the premiere company for bird control. We work with each client to provide exceptional service and high-quality products that are designed specifically so you can keep unwanted birds from your property without injuring or harming these animals in any way! Contact us at (844) 247-3373 or schedule a bird discussion call with one of our specialists today!