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One of the most prolific animals on earth, birds are vital contributors to various ecosystems around the world. However, some species cause substantial problems for homeowners, business owners, gardeners, and farmers alike. Besides taking up residence in houses and other buildings, birds are considered nuisances for their propensity to destroy harvestable crops such as fruits and nuts. Not all bird species require the same control techniques or cause the same magnitude and type of damage, so proper identification is essential to effective control.
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Although species vary in size and color, birds typically have the same shape. Common features include two wings, two legs, and beaks that assist with food acquisition. Covered in feathers, birds are often seen flying through the air, nesting high in trees, and rummaging for food on the ground.
Different bird species favor different foodstuffs, though most avian diets are similar in overall content. For example, crows deplete apple harvests by leaving triangular damage holes on the crops, robins eat cherries and grapes, and flocks of the invasive European starling are particularly detrimental to yields of small fruits. Birds also eat seeds, insects, and worms, while predators like owls feed on small mammals and even other birds. Larger predatory birds feed on fish and snakes, as well.
Birds inhabit several different climates and regions, and many species migrate at the onset of cold weather. Species found in the western hemisphere regularly travel from North America to South America for the winter and then return as spring begins. Some species of birds prefer to live in close proximity to humans, while others keep their distance. Pigeons, house finches, and crows are often seen inside city limits, while eagles, herons, and woodpeckers are mostly found in wilder habitats.