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Why remove the birds...are they dangerous?
Bird droppings carry several diseases. Among them are salmonella, fowl typhoid, blastomycosis, histoplasmosis and over 60 others. Most pest birds -- pigeons, sparrows, starlings and swallows included -- also carry mites which can invade living spaces and inflict bites similar to fleas.

Bird droppings are highly acidic-we've all seen what a bird dropping left on a car roof for a few days can do to the paint. We have seen sheetmetal flashing eaten through by accumulated droppings, paintwork ruined, drains blocked and windows stained. Wet bird droppings can be a slip and fall hazard as well as unsightly. Patrons entering a restaurant will wonder at the conditions in the kitchen if they have to step over a pile of bird droppings to get in the door.


Bird droppings around A/C unit corrode wires and damage unit.

Bird droppings are a
turn-off for customers

Acidic bird droppings
corrode pipes
plus leave a mess on cars/people below

Other pest bird annoyance factors to consider include: noise, flies and other parasites associated with bird droppings, plus aggressive bird behaviors, particularly in starlings and gulls.

 

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