Crow Control, Trapping & Removal Services
We can rid you of Crow problems safely and efficiently
Large flocks of crows can make a lot of noise. They leave messy droppings all over your car, lawn, or home. This species of birds can also spread diseases to humans and animals if you are not careful. So, if you have encountered a flock of crows on your property, it is time to call the experts at Trutech to handle your problem.
Whether you come across a crow dead or alive, one of our licensed animal maintenance specialists have the skills and knowledge it takes to perform a crow removal on your property. Our team of specialists at Trutech know exactly how to conduct various crow removal services that guarantee that you will not be bothered by these persky birds any longer. At Trutech, we pride ourselves in our humane animal removal techniques, as we value the lives of every animal, big or small.
If you are worried about the presence of pesky crows in the future, one of our wildlife management specialists is certified to conduct a crow control service. No matter which service you need, one of our specialists has the tools it takes to perform it ethically and efficiently. Don’t wait until flocks of birds have taken over your yard. Without proper control methods, these birds can cause thousands of dollars worth of damage to your home and landscaping. Call the trusted experts at Trutech to handle all of your crow and bird needs today!
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Large birds, crows grow between 17 and 21 inches long. The pests are completely black in color, including their beaks and talons. They’re easily identified by their familiar “caw” sound.
These birds are omnivores that easily adapt to whatever food is available given the region and season. Crows eat insects, snakes, other bird eggs, garbage, carrion, plants, and vegetables, particularly targeting corn. Their skill at hunting and scavenging makes it difficult to control their numbers by eliminating food supply.
Highly adaptable, crows can be found in woodlands, orchards, on farms, in suburban neighborhoods, and urban areas. They live in bulky nests, which are framed with sticks, strengthened with mud and grass, and lined with soft material like moss, feathers, and more grass. Crows build them in trees at least 10 feet off the ground. As social animals, there are also winter nights when the pests communally roost. These gatherings can number in the thousands.