Normally, starlings can be found in open fields, orchards, and farms. However, they can become quite comfortable in urban environments with the amount of food and shelter available to them. Starlings can survive in both hot and cold environments, and do not mind being around people. They are very social creatures that tend to travel in large numbers, which is why they can become a huge problem near homes.
The Dangers of Starlings
In addition to being loud when in groups, starlings can cause quite a bit of property damage. In addition to being unsightly, starling droppings can eat away at pavement and asphalt, and dried droppings have been known to cause asthma. Their nesting habits on roofs or even inside of buildings can cause structural damage and create fire hazards as well.
Bird Control Measures & Prevention
Controlling, excluding, and preventing birds requires professional help. While one or two birds near your home is no cause for concern, nesting birds on your roof can become dangerous and cause structural damage. Bird droppings aren’t only unsightly, they carry a number of diseases as well. A professional pest control expert can work to exclude birds from deeming your home a suitable place to nest by applying deterrents or installing netting.
Bird prevention and removal is no job for amateurs. If birds on or near your property are causing damage or getting out of hand, it’s time to call in a professional.
When Birds Become Pests, Anderson is There
To solve a bird infestation problem – and to permanently prevent the birds’ return – requires an experienced team of bird control professionals. Anderson has been providing commercial and residential customers with permanent solutions since 1913. Our Four-Step Process is so effective that we offer a full money-back guarantee.