A lot of people love birds (us included!). Everything from the splendor of a cardinal or a blue jay to the song of the morning dove to the magnificent appearance of the red-winged blackbird are all testaments to nature’s majesty and beauty. Unfortunately, sometimes birds get into areas where we would rather they not be. This can result in damage to property and health.
The bird removal experts at Magnolia Wildlife Solutions can solve your problem humanely and offer tips on future prevention.
When birds nest in an attic or gutter, they can cause short-term and long-term problems. An infestation of birds can mean more bird excrement on your sidewalk, parking lot, and the exterior of your home or business. Bird waste is not only unappealing to look at, but it can also carry disease.
A bird’s nest and feathers can further transmit disease. Birds get bitten by insects, and those insects take in bacteria from the bird wings. When that insect bites you, it transmits the bacteria and can result in you getting sick. Overall, over 50 human diseases have been traced to a bird host.
Bird removal can be dangerous. The nest may be located in a place that’s difficult for you, a family member, or an employee to get to without endangering safety. When the birds are disturbed, there could be further danger. This is especially true if baby birds are in the nest being protected by their mother.
Beyond this, there are legal reasons to let a professional do the job. Mississippi law prohibits the killing of any bird that enjoys protection under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. There are over 1,000 species of birds on this list and that includes some of the bird types that may be nesting in your home or business. A professional will understand the regulations that are in place and know how to handle a humane removal that protects you, your property, and the birds themselves.
Magnolia Wildlife Solutions is skilled at the humane removal of birds. We can also advise you on prevention methods.
“Would recommend Magnolia Wildlife Solutions to anyone!”Allison R.