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We are a professional bird control company servicing Dallas, TX. We solve problems with birds afflicting residential and commercial properties. We handle birds such as pigeons, sparrows, starlings, grackles, Canada Geese, and more. We most commonly receive calls about birds roosting on or even in buildings and ledges, leaving their feces behind. We not only remove birds, but we provide a wide array of services, from bird damage repairs, bird prevention services, bird dropping cleaning, and more. We are fully licensed and insured in Texas, and we answer our phones 24/7. Call us now at 214-347-8294 for a free price quote and to schedule a same-day or next day appointment for bird control.
Thank you for coming to my home on a Sunday to get the falcon in my garage - I almost had a heart attack before you showed up!
Pro Bird Control Dallas solved a problem with pigeons our building, after two other Texas companies failed - and at a price lower than the others! Thank you!
My regular pest control company couldn't handle my bird problem - these guys bird-proofed my warehouse in a week! I've been bird-free ever since!
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All About Deterring Dallas Birds High Pitch Sound Machines
Many of us delight in the charming pastime of Texas bird watching. It is often relaxing to sit by a window or out in your yard and watch the playful antics of wild birds as they go about their daily routines. Sometimes birds have to adapt to compensate for man’s encroachment on their natural habitat. Loss of trees, bushes, and thickets of vegetation cause the birds to seek out new places to make their nest. When looking for a suitable place to raise their young, birds need a secure location that is nearby an ample supply of food and water. Unfortunately, that secure location is often part of your home. Birds can find suitable nesting areas under eaves, atop chimneys, at the tops of columns, and in attics as well as other parts of your house. When your home has been invaded by birds it feels like you can do nothing to make them leave. They make horrible messes with their sloppy piles of fecal matter. They are noisy, especially when they are nesting. They can damage your home during the nest building process. Some birds are even aggressive and are known to “dive-bomb” curious pets and humans that get too close to the nesting area. You want to be rid of the birds and their nests, but you don’t want to kill or wound them. Not only are those action cruel and unnecessary, you are left with dead bodies to deal with. Trapping them doesn’t appeal to you either, because you don’t want the hassle of having to relocate or dispose of them. You know there must be a better way, so you start investigating the possibilities at your deposal. As you look around, you will see lots of ads for a number of different bird repellent devices.
You make the decision to try one of these devices because they all claim to be humane, safe for the environment, and still promise to run off the birds. Much to your chagrin, you discover that this magic device does not work as promised. Don’t feel too bad, you would not be the first person to act out of desperation only to find that some crazy device didn’t work as promised. There are so many so-called bird repellent devices on the market today that it is hard to choose one. Almost all of them claim to have unique qualities, and do the job quickly, with no fuss. Unfortunately, according to most customer testimonials, none really work very well, or do the job they promised. Here is some information on the more popular types of gadgets claiming to” run off birds” available today. There are a multitude of high tech whirligigs and machines that use the wind, batteries, or solar power to operate. Often they have kinetic elements like moving “arms”, whirling fins, or flowing ribbons. Others have shiny reflective surfaces, coupled with floating, flashing, or spinning parts. The price on these gadgets ranges from 40.00$ to 150.00$. These devices are really nothing more than a high tech scare crow.
While these devices might startle the Texas birds at first, but the creatures soon realize that this repetitive motion, even when accompanied by a repetitive sound, is all the device is going to do, and they just ignore it. Electric, battery, or solar operated sonic emitter devices that cover large areas are another fad machine that claims to solve your bird problem. Some of these devices are motion sensitive, some run constantly. One variation comes equipped with flashing strobe lights, and claims to run birds off “for good”. Another model with a motion sensor only lights up and emits a high pitch when a bird flys by. Yet another type has spinning mirrors accompanied by a loud sound designed to startle the birds. These machines range in cost from 40.00$ to 200.00$. Other emitter machines that can cost up to 500.00 dollars claim to solve your bird problem by putting out a high pitch noise that makes the birds very uncomfortable, but is undetectable to human ears.
Some of these machines have such a high pitch that it causes distress for other animals, and sometimes humans. There are also reports that the sounds these machines put out actually attract more birds than they repel. Most reports show that these machines only work to separate you the consumer from your hard earned money, and do little to solve your bird problem. Rather than running off Dallas birds, control where they roost by create an environment that encourages them to stay outdoors. Inspect your home often for any accessible entry ways thus eliminating their possible access to your home. Put up bird houses in your yard, away from your house, thus providing an alternative home for the birds instead of trying to run off these beneficial creatures completely. A flock of birds can consume tons of insects daily, acting as a natural exterminator for your yard.
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