Even birds can be a pest. All Wildlife Removal Service in New Jersey Repairs
damage by many types of nuisance birds...
The feral pigeon is the number one urban pest bird
- not only in America but "across the pond," as
well. Large numbers exist in every city across this
country. Beyond being a nuisance, pigeons carry
over 60 types of disease and their droppings have
even been lethal in several documented cases!
Seagulls and other related sea birds exist in
great numbers along coastal areas, large lakes,
and rivers. Known for their aggressive behavior
when it comes to finding food, many people
consider seagulls a pest. An intelligent bird, they
will carry mussels and clams high in the air and
drop them on hard surfaces to get to the soft
meat inside. Many coastal homes have flat roofs -
a prime hard surface for the repeated banging
necessary to get inside those shells to their
The common House Sparrow has made itself at
home in New Jersey - and a pest, in some cases.
Sparrows look for small spaces to nest, often
taking up residence on (or in) homes and
businesses. The damage to buildings associated
with a family of sparrows often includes
inordinate amounts of droppings and nesting in
eaves or vents.
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Removal Service can keep sparrows and starlings
from using your property for their new home.
When Starlings decide to inhabit your home or
business, they will build a nest that can go to
several feet high. They enter through vents or
damaged areas of the structure. The dangers
associated with the ectoparasites that they carry
should not be underestimated!
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how All Wildlife Removal Service will get rid
of the starlings and sparrows that have invaded
your territory.
Woodpeckers damage buildings by "drumming"
to attract females and by drilling holes in
their search for insects and nesting sites.
Woodpecker damage is likely to occur in both
spring and fall, but spring is the biggest
damage season. They are attracted to houses
because of their large size and better sound
production, especially those with wooden
siding, eaves, or trim boards made of cedar or
Canadian Geese no longer
migrate in the winter. They have
made New Jersey their year-round
home. And their need for suitable
homes - often our open land and
waterways - has become
a major source of pollution. Though there are many laws regulating how
the goose population can be controlled and what methods are appropriate
for removing them when they become a nuisance, it is possible - through
Click here to learn how All Wildlife Removal Service is
helping New Jersey get rid of the geese!
All Wildlife Removal Service controls nuisance birds and other animals
in Monmouth, Mercer, Ocean, Somerset, Middlesex, Union, Morris &
Hunterdon counties!
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