Bird Removal Orange County, FL
The experts at Advanced Wildlife Trappers can assist you with bird control on your property. Pigeons, which are common in Florida, will most likely be the source of your problem. Pigeons can leave bird droppings, make unnecessary noise eat food, and even contaminate it. Some are disease carriers as well. Pigeons will most likely be a nuisance for these reasons.
When it comes to getting rid of pigeons, our bird removal experts use an integrated process that includes inspecting the property, removing the pigeons, and taking preventative methods to ensure the birds from returning. Physical barriers are commonly used to prevent birds from nesting on your property by limiting their access. Deterrent mechanisms that can be positioned over precise areas of a building, needle strips covered with spikes to keep birds away, and shock tracks that generate electricity are also available as options.
It’s also possible to use live trapping, but it’s critical to make sure that the nests are removed as well. Birds will most likely come back to roost in the location if the bird’s nests are undisturbed.
We locate all potential bird roosting areas and entry points and professionally seal them off.
About Orange County Florida
Orange County has been governed by a “solid mayor” charter government since 1990, reflecting the county’s urban character and thriving economy. The Mayor of Orange County is the Chair of the Board of County Commissioners under this arrangement. The Orange County Board of Commissioners is a legislative body comprised of members who are elected independently from six districts.
The Mayor is in charge of the County’s $4.4 billion budget and over 8,000 workers. The Mayor is in charge of the Orange County Public Library System, the Sheriff’s Office, and other constitutional offices, as well as public safety activities for residents and more than 75 million annual visitors. Orlando, Apopka, Bay Lake, Belle Isle, Eatonville, Edgewood, Lake Buena Vista, Maitland, Oakland, Ocoee, Windermere, Winter Garden, and Winter Park residents vote for the mayor.
Orange County is brimming with excitement, arts, music, sports, tourism, and economic opportunity, in addition to our world-class international airport, second-largest convention center in the US, and blockbuster theme parks and entertainment options. The Amway Center, which is home to the NBA’s Orlando Magic, the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, and Camping World Stadium and Explora Stadium, which are home to our professional soccer teams, Orlando City Soccer and Orlando Pride, are among the best public venues in the nation. Learn More at orangecountyfl.net