Raven Control

Raven Control, Trapping & Removal Services

We can rid you of Raven problems safely and efficiently

Ravens are large black birds that can grow up to 2 feet long. Ravens thrive in a variety of different habitats including rural areas in parts of the western and northern United States. You may run into ravens on your property when they enter in search of food. Ravens feed off of garbage and animal carcasses as well as small animals, seeds, and grains. If a raven is seen on your property, it may indicate that an injured or deceased animal is closeby.

If you are worried about the spread of diseases from ravens and the damage they may cause on your property, then it is time to call in the team of licensed experts at Trutech. Our specialists have the tools and knowledge to perform an efficient raven removal from your property, whether these creatures are found dead or alive. If you are worried about the potential threats of these birds in the future then you can trust that one of our specialists knows the proper raven control methods to implement on your property.

At Trutech, we value the lives of each and every animal on our planet. That is why our humane raven removal techniques are not only effective but are also ethical. No matter what your wildlife maintenance needs are, our team of experts is here to help. So, don’t wait until ravens cause hundreds of dollars worth of damage to your property. Call Trutech today for the solution to all of your raven removal and raven control needs.

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Similar in appearance to their cousins, the crow, ravens are large and completely black birds. They have shaggy throats and breast feathers, as well as pointed tails. In the sky, ravens are capable of aerial acrobatics and can even fly upside down for long distances. While foraging for food on the ground, the birds tend to strut or hop about.


As opportunistic omnivores, ravens are known for eating almost anything from carrion and small mammals to pet food and garbage. In the wild, they commonly eat plant matter, such as seeds and fruits, as well as insects and animals like snails, lizards, and dead creatures.


Common sights throughout the Western United States, ravens are capable of making their homes in almost any environment. They live on coasts, in forests, mountain ranges, grasslands, tundra, farm fields, rural towns, and even major cities. Ravens are one of the few species of songbirds that enter into monogamous mating relationships for life. Mated pairs build large nests together in the crooks of trees and will aggressively defend their nesting sites from other birds, animals, and humans that approach.




Backyards, agricultural fields, public parks, and even busy city streets with readily available food sources entice ravens. Unsecured garbage, unprotected crops, livestock carcasses, and even birdfeeders provide easy access to food and encourage ravens to roost nearby. While it is unlikely for the birds to enter houses, the clever creatures find ways to unzip tents, enter unlocked cars, and open containers to get to food.



Agricultural crops and livestock may suffer damage from ravens, although the birds are solitary and don’t usually cause as much harm as flocks of other songbirds. Ravens can attack and devour newborn animals, such as lambs and calves, and aggressively protect their nests. Their droppings also cause problems by destroying equipment, fouling walkways and water sources, and spreading disease to humans and other animals.



Since ravens are intelligent, it can take a lot of effort to control their populations. Individuals should take caution when approaching nests, as the beaks and talons of the large birds are sharp and powerful. Hanging effigies, placing scarecrows, and using propane exploders or pyrotechnics where legally available can be effective means of short-term population control, but ravens quickly learn that these distractions are not actually harmful. A more effective way to discourage ravens from encroaching on private properties is to remove potential food sources and roosting sites.



Ravens should not be handled by the general public. Those seeking trapping and removal options should contact wildlife removal experts who are trained to address problematic birds. Trutech technicians handle populations of ravens humanely and act within the confines of state and federal regulations.