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Philadelphia Bird and Pigeon Control & Removal

About Birds: The most common nuisance birds in Philadelphia 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.

Birds and Pigeons are common nuisance animals in southeast Pennsylvania. In Philadelphia and Montgomery County, bird have become a particularly common problem, as they have invaded many homes in the area.

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We service the greater Philadelphia area, including Delaware, Chester, Montgomery, & Philadelphia Counties. We service the towns of Upper Darby, Lansdowne, Broomall, Media, Brookhaven, Chester, Concordville, Newtown Square, Downingtown, West Chester, King of Prussia, Audubon, Norristown, Conshohocken, Willow Grove, and more. We do travel further for larger jobs, or schedule permitting, so if you are unsure about our service range, just give us a call!

Philadelphia Bird and Pigeon Control Emails:

Hi Kris, I just visited your website and am impressed with all of your information! I am in a horrible situation and was hoping you could lead me in the right direction. I own a home that has been vacant for about 6 years since my Mom passed away. The attic has been infested with pigeons and last year I hired a lady that trapped 13 of them in have-a-heart traps. In fact, part of the ceiling in the bathroom has fallen in because of all the urine in what I am assuming is the nest. I just purchased a white painters suit, gloves and a white mask from Home Depot and was going to go up in the attic this coming week. After reading your website, I am thinking that I probably am not prepared enough. The only reason I need to get up in the attic is because there are a lot of antiques up there and I am hoping to salvage what is not damaged from the pigeons. Another problem is I am not positive they are all gone because there is so much stuff/boxes up there, you can't see very well. I am just really nervous about being attacked and about getting a disease. I am hoping to have the house gutted in June and renovate it for sale. I live in Ohio and would greatly appreciate ANY info. And help you could give me. Talk to you soon, Shelly :)

If this is not the right person, could you please forward it onto someone who can help. I am writing you on behalf of a concern I have. My fiancé and I received an anonymous letter in our mailbox the other day basically threatening us from a so-called “neighbor”. They said they would call animal control if we did not remedy an issue with our pigeon problem. Unfortunately the facts they provided were all inaccurate. They did not know the sex of our pigeons, they claimed they were invading our house and attic (which is completely false), they claimed we were giving the birds food and water (also false), and that there was too much shelter (again very false). They are obviously concerned about something they have no idea about or is even their business. I was hoping I could give you a heads up if you were to some time receive a call. I will explain our situation in the next paragraph. Let me begin by saying there is no issue with our pigeons. Both of us work everyday during the week and when we are not home when allow the pigeon to stay outside as it is a better situation then leaving her inside stuffed up in a cage all day. I have read the law on leaving a pigeon outside and it is very vague. She is connected to as runner that provides her with some 20 feet of freedom in any direction. In planning and paying for a wedding we really do not have the funds to buy or build a cage outside that will cost us some $250-$400 dollars. Also, the cages I have looked at provide much less freedom and shelter than what we can provide with our setup. On given days, my fiancé will even stop by the house during her short lunch break to check on our pigeons. I would be more than willing to have someone from animal control come out and check out our situation to remedy any problems. In the event you receive a call from one of our “neighbors”, I hope you consider that we love our pigeon very much and have never neglected her. It doesn’t make a whole lot of sense to put in all the money and time we have to keep her healthy and up on her medical records to only have her taken away. Please feel free to contact me through email or phone if you have any questions. Thanks for your time and help, Billy