Population Management

Population management addresses two types of problems you may have with unwanted birds. The first is preventing the birds from increasing through reproduction. This is accomplished through the use of egg depredation and a "bird birth control". The second issue addresses the birds and their debris by trapping, removal and clean-up methods. Each of these methods removes or reduces your exposure to health and sanitation risks.

  • Egg Depredation 

This is a means of stopping the birds from having a successful nesting season. Egg addling is a process that stops eggs from developing or hatching and can be done by oiling, shaking, puncturing or removing the eggs. Oiling is the preferred method and it is accomplished by coating the egg(s) with a food grade corn oil. This keeps air from passing through the eggshell which stops the development process. Egg depredation services include assisting with proper authorized government permitting procedures, locating nest(s), removal/disposal of eggs with each site visit. Plus, we will do follow-up and report filing with the State or US Fish & Wildlife services as needed.

  • Nest Removal 

This consists of bagging and removing built up nesting material and bird related debris from designated nesting areas.

  • Roof Cleanup 

We will bag and remove built up solid fecal matter and bird related debris from rooftop areas. Roof cleanup can also include hand cleaning railings and ledges especially when structural deterrents will be installed. This service is charged on a per cleaning basis based on the size of the roof area.

  • Trapping

This method consists of placing traps based on activity patterns of the nuisance birds and weather. It includes baiting and setting the traps, and moving the trapped birds off site permanently. This targets existing nuisance bird populations and the structures birds are using for roosting, perching, or nesting.

  • OvoControl® P – “Birth Control” for Birds

OvoControl® is a ready-to-use bait that interferes with the reproduction of treated targeted bird species (pigeons), causing the population to decline. This effective and humane technology is especially useful for managing pigeon flocks in larger areas without having to resort to poisons and their associated risks.