Bird Control Programs Birds are a very important part of our natural environment. They feed on insects, rodents, worms, and fish. Game birds, songbirds, raptors, and other species, all help to contribute to outdoor recreation and the overall enjoyment of nature. Bird Laws & Regulations Laws and regulations protect birds due to their contributions to our everyday life. Critter Control of Central Massachusetts will work inside of these laws and educate clients on why specific bird control solutions are necessary. Common Bird Pests There are a few common bird pests in the Central Massachusetts service area. Pigeons, woodpeckers, blackbirds and crows will create great problems for homeowners, business owners, and farmers. Pigeons will create an unsightly mess outside of businesses. Their droppings are not only unsanitary; they can also create erosion on some building materials! Woodpeckers will 'peck' holes into buildings while searching for food. This is very damaging, but most of our calls are in regards to the terrible noise that can drive any sane person crazy! Blackbirds and crows are damaging to crops and other vegetation. These birds can ruin a whole field of vegetation in the seedling stage. Professional Bird Control Critter Control of Central Massachusetts has experience in bird control of many species. Pigeon control, sparrow repairs, and starlings are just a few! Common Bird Problems Feeding on agricultural products Roosting or nesting around human habitations Destroying vegetation and contaminating foods Noise, droppings, odor and feathers Diseases or ectoparasites affecting people including histoplasmosis and cryptococcosis Unpleasant or hazardous working conditions Critter Control Approach Critter Control of Central Massachusetts’ bird control approach concentrates on deterrents, exclusion, and modification. Our knowledgeable technicians have bird proofing and bird control methods for any nuisance bird control problem. For professional bird control, call Critter Control of Central Massachusetts today at (508) 919-6320.