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Getting Rid Of Pest Birds

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There are 4 types of bird’s songs birds, pet birds and love birds and also the pest birds. Birds are the beautiful creatures in the world. We just want to keep them away as we don’t want to harm them. The biggest problem is bird dropping. Dropping can stop in gutters and down pipes. Bird droppings can eat into corrugated metal surfaces, cover light sensors and security cameras. One quickly can see why bird control has become so vital to commercial building owners. The bird spikes also known as needle spikes or anti-roosting spikes to control pest birds. The bird spikes are usually plastic base with stainless steel spikes. Bird spikes are made in different sizes. The widths of the spikes are usually 3�, 5� and 8�. The width of bird spike is determined by area to be covered. When purchasing bird spikes, be sure that they are constructed of rigid U.V. protected plastic like those available

A person can choose an appropriate pigeon control method. The only disadvantage of this pigeon control measure is, they do not work in case of rain or snowfall. Bird nets are made up of fiber and nylon and are the best way to practice to get rid of pigeon. Bird nets can be spread along with screws and hooks over the house roof to trap the birds.Bird taste repellers are also a great medium to repel them. They are used to spray on roofs and grass surface to repel them. Liquid and gel repeller annoy birds when get on to their feet and thereby repel them.

Bird netting that is used to exclude pest pigeons from areas such as warehouses, under eaves of homes, under canopies and other large open areas. Bird spikes are the most common, economical and easiest to install of the physical deterrents. You simply install the bird spikes on the flat surface that the pigeons are landing on. There are now a number of different ways to solve the problems from natural remedies to pesticides, which is sometimes classed as dangerous to the environment but if used correctly there is no harm. Pest bird droppings can carry over 60 transmittable diseases. Several of these diseases have been known to be transmitted to humans and other animals.

The key to reduce the risk of disease from bird droppings is to create an environment that excludes them from affected areas