Birds Removal

Seasonal Alert: High Activity

Spring is the time when the birds return to the Gatineau-Ottawa region. The birds are numerous and are in breeding mode. It is important for homeowners to take preventive measures against the proliferation of birds this spring. With proper preparation, you can protect your home from birds this spring and enjoy a safe, pest-free environment. Don’t let pest birds ruin your spring season!

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Birds Removal

Seasonal Alert: High Activity

Spring is the time when the birds return to the Gatineau-Ottawa region. The birds are numerous and are in breeding mode. It is important for homeowners to take preventive measures against the proliferation of birds this spring. With proper preparation, you can protect your home from birds this spring and enjoy a safe, pest-free environment. Don’t let pest birds ruin your spring season!

Gatineau et environs (819) 968-0349
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Get Rid of Birds

We Can Help You with birds!

Are you having trouble with birds invading your home? Our bird control service is here to help! We understand how quickly a situation like this can become overwhelming; droppings and nests could be dangerous for your health, not to mention the frustration of sharing living space with unwanted feathered visitors. Let us protect what’s yours today: trust our experts in bird removal solutions!

Gatineau et environs (819) 968-0349
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Evaluate And Remove Birds

Aspen Wildlife Control’s certified technicians are experts at safely relocating birds from homes and businesses. With their specialized training, they know how to identify bird nesting spots like fireplaces, attics and air vents quickly – without causing the least bit of harm or disruption. For any baby fledglings left behind in a nest, our staff place protective boxes nearby for grown-ups to continue feeding them until they can soar on their own wings.

Clear And Clean

At Aspen Wildlife Control, we understand the importance of a comfortable home. That’s why our bird removal strategy is designed to be both safe and humane while ensuring reliable results. Not only do we provide identification and cleaning services for any contaminated materials or odors left behind by birds – mitigating potential health risks like histoplasmosis – but one of our technicians will also give you personalized advice on how best to repair insulation and inspect ventilation systems in order to keep your family safe! Enjoy your living space once again with help from Aspen Wildlife Control.

Some Facts On Birds

From sparrows to starlings and even pigeons, it’s a known fact that these common bird species often interact with human dwellings. But there are many other things related to them you may not know: their nests can produce unpleasant odors while their droppings have the potential for causing big damage as well as health risks.

  • With their disorganized tendencies, pigeons, sparrows and starlings can spread chaos throughout homes in the form of nests. They seek out areas with shelter such as eaves-through, fireplaces or vents on roofs – all of which are potential locations for a major hazard: fires! Be aware that these birds make themselves comfortable just about anywhere; your attic might be next.
  • Birds may look like the picture of innocence, but their droppings can cause destruction that lasts far longer than a single flight; their acidic excrement is capable of eating away at paint jobs and corroding certain building materials. Parked cars are especially vulnerable to enduring permanent damage from bird poop.
  • Fireplaces and air vents are supposed to be a source of comfort, but when unchecked by birds building nests inside, the inherent dangers become all too real. Carbon monoxide buildup plus mold growth can spell tragedy for occupants if not noticed in time–watch out for broken vents covered in debris from twigs and leaves as potential warning signs.
  • The young, elderly and those with weakened immune systems are particularly susceptible to histoplasmosis – an incurable disease associated with flu-like symptoms. It is contracted through inhalation of bird droppings often found in nests. As such, caution should be exercised when one comes into contact with these nesting areas.
  • In the world of birds, sparrows and starlings live a biannual life-cycle with two nesting seasons per year. Usually they’ll lay 6 or 7 eggs – though it’s not uncommon for only one or two chicks to make it through their early fledgling stage into adulthood. On the other hand, pigeons can keep a steady pace throughout their lives by laying 2 to 4 eggs all year round.
  • With their nimble wings and small frames, sparrows can pass with ease through a hole smaller than the size of an average golf ball.
  • Ensure the safety of your home and property by preventing a bird takeover! Remove birds, nests, and seal away any entrance points to keep them from coming back.
  • Unclean nests and dead fledgling carcasses can be a major health risk, as the unpleasant odors that they produce are often caused by bacteria and parasite infestations.

Got A Bird Problem?

We’ve got you covered!

Give us a call at (819) 968-0349 or (613) 606-1190 for bird pest control services today.