Starling Removal & Control Service
Humane Starling, Bird Removal & Control in New York and Connecticut
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Starlings are found throughout the United States. They are commonly found around farms, feed mills, open woodlands, fields, lawns, parks, city buildings, and other structures.
A single Starling flock can be devastating to a fruit farm. Starlings primarily feed on seeds grains, fruits and insects. Insects total about one-half of their overall diet. They will also feed on garbage, and livestock feed during winter months.
Starlings, like pigeons, often choose to nest in birdhouses, soffits, and cavities in open buildings.
These birds are not as dirty as pigeons, but feces buildup can lead to structural damage from the uric acid in droppings, plus the bacteria, fungal agents and parasites in the feces also pose a health risk.
Starling droppings are hazardous to humans and buildings. Starling droppings accelerate the deterioration to buildings and can cause unsightly damage as well as high maintenance costs. It is possible that starling droppings can spread diseases to humans and animals. They cause a lot of sound issues and bird dropping problems. They travel in groups in as many as two or three thousand.
Once they have infested an area or developed a roosting site, they can create hundreds of pounds of waste per night. These birds can be controlled through various repellants and sound irritant techniques.
Successful Starling Removal & Control
Trapping and exclusion is an effective and successful method of getting rid of starlings. Our professional trappers have experience to be able to place traps in strategic locations to resolve your problem fast.
Westchester Wildlife are licensed and insured professionals in starling removal. Make sure that you hire a qualified expert for your starling removal needs in Westchester, Dutchess and Fairfield Counties.
If you have any problem regarding wildlife, please contact us or call at (800) 273-6673.