Pest Birds

Find out more about pest bird infestations

Bird droppings pose serious health risks to humans from bacteria and pulmonary invasive spores.
The acidity in bird guano (a.k.a. droppings) defaces stone and metal, attacking the substrate of a building to cause permanent damage.

Pigeon bird
Pigeon, n. To others, a dove, homer, squab, pouter, turbit, tumbler, roller, or fantail. To BirdMaster™, a sitting duck.
Starling bird
Starling, n. A usually dark, oscine bird known for gregarious behavior, except when it encounters BirdMaster™.
Sparrow bird
Sparrow, n. A small chiefly brownish or grayish Old World oscine songbird. Best enjoyed in the wild, where BirdMaster™ sends it.
Finch bird
Finch, n. a songbird with a short, stout, usually conical, bill adapted for crushing seeds. BirdMaster™ dashes its chances to live in human structures.

Bird guano can damage structures

bird droppings damage to structurebird guano damage to structurebird droppings damage to structure