Bird Control, Trapping & Removal Services
We can rid you of Bird problems safely and efficiently
They sing sweet songs and can fly hundreds of miles across the sky. But, birds are common critters across most of the United States. Because they are so prevalent, these creatures can create a real nuisance for homeowners like yourself. Birds are known to cause damage by building nests or leaving droppings in your home or attic. Birds can also carry insects like fleas, mites, and lice on their wings that can be spread if they make their way into your home. Once they have entered your home, these flying creatures can be difficult to get rid of. When you notice birds on your property or in your yard or garage, you know that it is time to call the wildlife management experts at Trutech.
Trutech is your go-to source for bird control and bird removal services. We have a team of professionals on staff that is dedicated to servicing all of your wildlife maintenance needs, big or small. When you call Trutech, you can guarantee that the entire Trutech team is there for you. Trutech’s effective and humane bird control services ensure that the birds causing damage to your property are removed safely and efficiently.
Our specialists care about the well-being of the animals around your home as well as the well-being of your property. Our team of professionals knows what is needed to conduct a proper bird removal. With the help of Trutech’s licensed technicians and specialists, you can guarantee that your home is protected from damage caused by birds for many months to come.
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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.