Austin Bird and Pigeon Control & Removal
|About Birds: The most common nuisance birds in Austin are pigeons, and sometimes Starlings and Grackles. The most common issue in bird control is a messy roost of pigeons on or inside a commercial building. The
best way to solve a pigeon problem is to install deterrents that prevent the birds from roosting - this includes bird spike and netting, most commonly. If you have a problem with pigeons crapping all over the place,
we can keep them away for good.
Nuisance Concerns: The main problem is the poop they leave behind. They can also just be a pesky presence inside attics and buildings, and create unsanitary conditions.
Birds and Pigeons are common nuisance animals in central Texas. In Austin and Travis County, bird have become a particularly common problem, as they have invaded many
homes in the area. If you need a professional solution for your Austin bird problem, give us at A Wildlife Pro a call. We are experts at bird control and removal, and have been working with Texas
wildlife for over 10 years. We are familiar with the habits of Texas birds, and are experts at humane trapping and removal of this critter. Give us a phone call any time, and we can schedule a same-day
or next day appointment.
Austin Wildlife Control Home Page - Learn about all of our services, and more about our animal control company.
- Fully Licensed and Insured
- Operating 7 Days a Week, 12 Hours Per Day
- Residential and Commercial Services
- Humane Treatment of All Wild Animals
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|We service the greater Austin Texas area, north to Georgetown and Cedar Park, and Round Rock, Lakeway, Pflugerville,
Elgin, Dripping Springs, Bastrop, Kyle, and more. Call us any time for professional wildlife pest animal control in Austin.
Austin Bird and Pigeon Control Emails:
We have a bird nest in a vent in one of our claims centers at our facility in Austin. Is this something you all can handle for us.
Please let me know. I handle facilities and maintainance for this location and
need assistance with the removal of the nest. A picture of the vent is
Let me know either way.
Hi A Wildlife Pro of Austin TX, Thank you very much for your descriptive advice on how to get pigeons out of my attic. Yours was the most thorough and helpful website. I've had pigeons in my attic for 3 months but when I saw they pecked
a hole through the drywall I took matters into my own hands and trapped and relocated 4 pigeons, 25 miles away. After relocating the 4th pigeon, all the scratching noises ceased. However, after 10 days of peace and quiet,
there is now another pigeon up there! My question is: could it be the one of the same pigeons who has found its way back?! I'm planning on relocating this one as well and then finding and repairing the entry hole. Sue
A Wildlife Pro of Austin TX,
I thought I had pigeons on my roof until the bead board vinyl ceiling over my patio had an open space this week. I've heard chatter and scratching since Christmas, but thought the squirrels were just racing around. I turned on the recessed
lights tonight and a raccoon peaked down to see me through the glass door.
I immediately contacted a "Critter Catcher" company and was informed they use lethal capture. I will NOT be using them. I called a home inspector and he is coming by tomorrow to check for an entrance location. I will contact the animal control
officer in the morning who has trapped and released several pigeons. I am extremely concerned about damage to my home and removing the animals safely. After reading your article I assumed it was a mother with chicks, however this is not their season to deliver is it?
Any advise is welcome.
My name is Mike. Three pigeons attacked me this morning in my own driveway, actually in my garage. They belong to the owners of the property directly behind my home but the property is unfenced.
The pigeons roam free all the time. One of them is a gray/taupe pigeon and I had to beat him off with the gas cans I had in my hands this morning. The other two pigeons that travel with the pigeon are a
young, medium size black bird and the other is a medium size black mix bird.
This is not the first time I’ve been chirped at and confronted by these animals in my own yard but it is the first time the pigeon actually attacked me physically. I was scared to death and do not intend to
let this go without appropriate action on the part of the animal control department or the police or sheriff’s department. I expect the animals to be controlled by either a fence, cage or tether but
I believe it is not legal for them to be allowed to roam openly in the neighborhood.
I have never called on animal protective services in my 61 years of life but I now seriously fear for the safety of myself and my wife, and I need your help. I will expect to hear from someone with your organization
no later than Monday Mar, 14th. If not, I take this to the police and the sheriff to ask their assistance.