Pest Information

Bird Control Services

Bird Control Sydney

Birds are known to be able to carry or transmit: “pigeon ornithosis, encephalitis, Newcastle disease, cryptococcosis, toxoplasmosis, salmonella, and several other diseases.” Also, with the right conditions, pigeon droppings can harbour “airborne spores of the causal agent of histoplasmosis, and a systemic fungus disease that can infect humans.” Pigeons also carry ectoparasites for example: fleas, lice, mites, ticks, and other biting pests.

Bird Problems

Birds nest in roof voids, gutters, guttering downpipes and this can cause moisture to enter the building causing damage and bringing bird diseases into the building.

The pigeon will nest in and around air conditioning units from houses, units and large commercial units which can have serious health consequences.

Bird Proofing


Fine netting that appears virtually invisible from a distance is used to close off areas that birds use for roosting and nesting in. Several colours of netting are available.


The netting is lasts for many years and is cost effective method for long term Bird Control.



Vermin wire is used to block off small entry holes into roof voids and this provides a quick fixGalvanised_Netting_10_451





Bird Spikes


These can be either thin rods of stainless steel on a stainless steel base. Or stainless rods embedded in a plastic base or an all plastic construction that are pointed at the end.

These are placed where the birds land, nest or roost creating an uncomfortable area for the birds thus encouraging the birds to go elsewhere. It can be an effective large Bird Control product.



 Bird Shock Flex Track


This a very effective Bird Control product that is virtually impossible to see when installed and comes in various colours to match a buildings colour scheme.

It is effective against any pest bird as when a bird lands on the track it receives an intermittent shock not harming the bird but teaching the bird to stay away for the long term.



Bird Mites

Bird Lice


Bird mites often incorrectly called bird lice are very small but bite and can make life very uncomfortable unless treated as there may be tens of thousands in a nest, so when the chicks leave the nest the bird mites will search for another blood meal from the nearest host.

Which is usually by biting us in bed and they may survive for three weeks creating a lot of discomfort. They will bite humans but will not survive on humans. The picture to the right is of a Bird Mite – Bird lice with a needle point as a size reference.