Welcome to Miami Bird Control: Prevention and Removal of Unwanted Birds

Our company specializes in resolving problems caused by birds in Miami, Florida, both residential and commerical. We handle bird species such as pigeons, starlings, grackles, sparros, and even Canada Geese and woodpeckers. We generally don't kill birds - we prevent them from causing problems. Most commonly, this means that we install barriers that prevent them access to your building or property, or anti-roosting devices that prevent them from landing, nesting, or roosting on your home, store, building, or anywhere. We use netting, needle strips, shock track, and more. We do offer trapping in some cases, and removal of birds from warehouses, grocery stores, or other commerical or industrial buildings by netting or sometimes pellet shooting. We have a wide variety of tools and methods for solving every manner of bird problem. Call us at 786-372-0977 to discuss your bird problem today.



Stop Birds From Accessing Your Space

We stop birds from entering almost any space by installing netting. It is strong and durable, but thin and black so that it is not visually distracting. We can prevent birds from flying or roosting under awnings, roofs, or any other architectural area.



Stop Birds From Landing Or Roosting

We install needle strips or shock track on ledges, beams, the tops of signs, and anywhere birds are roosting and causing unsightly and unhealthy droppings. We can reach any area with our ladders and boom lifts.



We Clean Droppings and Nesting Material

Birds can make a mess with their droppings - on your building, roof, or the ground, or any other area. Sometimes bird guano and nesting material accumulate. We professionally clean and decontaminate the area.

Our Work

Full Range of Bird Control Services

More About Us Miami Bird Control:

The formula of our success is not intricate. We have fantastic people that are delivering outstanding bird control services. It is not surprising why most of our clients remained loyal to our company for more than ten years. We are a family-owned local company founded by a couple who used to work on a wildlife rehabilitation facility. Their years of service in the facility had taught them how important each creature is in keeping the balance of our ecosystem. Apart from road kills, they noticed how most animals would be harmed when using lethal traps, toxic fumes, and poisons. Since we operate close to the proximity of the business and residential areas, we are very accessible. We are a green company; we only use eco-friendly bird control products and environmentally-sensitive strategies. We follow a stern employee-hiring process since we want our customers to be at ease when opening their doors to us. All candidates will have to go through a series of interviews and background checks. We also create a personality profile, drug screening, assessment exam, and others. Since our inception, the locals have come to trust us regarding their bird invasion problems. Other companies are surprised at how we became the industry leader. By providing them with excellent service and the highest quality of output, we will remain the company chosen by the people.

What to Do After Catching a Pigeon in Your House

Being in control of another person's life induces mixed feelings. On the one hand, the feeling of sheer power and authority one feels when the life of another is in the palm of your hand may feel intoxicating to some people, while others may dread the huge responsibility that comes with that power. Sure, this comparison feels way out of proportion, considering our topic of discussion is the life of a mere pigeon, but from the caged pigeon's perspective, it's life rests (literally) in the palm of your hand.

So, what should you do with a pigeon after you catch it in your house?

Don't kill it. Just don't.

Human beings tend to be a little destructive; it's part of our nature, ingrained into our DNA to help us survive in this world. But just because your instincts scream for you to do something, doesn't mean it's always a good idea, which is where our greatest gift comes into play: our wisdom and reasoning. Killing pigeons isn't a good idea. And I'm not saying this because it's inhumane (even though that's a very valid reason), it's simply not practical. You could shoot it, poison it or trap it in a lethal cage, but 11 times out of 10 you're going to have to clean up a huge mess, which could have been easily avoidable.

Relocating isn't going to work

When it comes to humane methods of dealing with captured animals, it would seem to relocate is a wildlife expert's favorite option, but that's only because it's so effective at resolving the matter peacefully. However, with pigeons, it's an altogether different story. See, pigeons have some of the best homing instincts in the entire animal kingdom, meaning once they've "imprinted" on a certain environment as their home (your house in this case), they'll always be able to find their way back, even if they're released miles upon miles from your house. Tough luck.

Your real issue

The issue you need to worry about the most is not how to get the pigeon out of your house, but to figure out how it got in the first place. It's pretty rare for it to have flown in through an open door or window (which should be kept closed; burglars people, HELLO). The main cause is most probably a hole or opening in the walls of your house, roof or attic using which the pigeon must have gotten in. In that case, patching up this opening is your priority, since you don't want any more pigeon problems in the future.

But what about the pigeon still in the cage?

Set it free

Just take it outside, preferably a little distance from your home (to give yourself a head start), open the cage and let it fly away. Even if tries to return to your house, you've already made sure it can't get back in. So really, just set it free.

Also read our other bird tip: Pigeon Shock Tracks - Do They Work?

We have the most experience in Miami at understanding the nuisance birds of Florida. Our 7 years of experience in the field ensures excellent results.

We pride ourselves on the quality of our bird control work. Our work is professional grade and long lasting, usually for the life of the building.

We are fully Florida licensed. We carry the correct safety equipment, and operate in a safe and professional manner to keep your building and people safe.

Call us at 786-372-0977 to discuss your bird problem and our process. We are always responsive by phone. We can usually schedule next-day appointments, and provide written estimates for all our bird work.