What To Do When A Bird Flies Into Your House
It can happen to the best of us. You left your door open a second too long, or you opened up your windows to let the breeze in, and a bird came with it! Now it's flying around your kitchen, flapping its wings uncontrollably and chirping like a maniac. Our first word of advice? Don't panic. As freaked out as you are about this intrusion, the bird is even more terrified and confused! Birds are extremely sensitive, empathetic creatures. They can die from stressful situations, so try to keep calm.
Here are some steps you can take to help get the bird out of your house:
If you've done all that you can to remove the bird and you're still not successful, then it's time to bring in the professionals, especially if the bird is large, predatory, or causing even more chaos than you expected. For instance, woodpeckers may peck holes in your home's support beams and siding, and chimney swifts will deliberately try to get into your house to build their nests. Birds can destroy your gardens and soil roofs and balconies. You need to defend your home by making it as undesirable for birds as possible - the team at AAA can help you! We'll tell you about bird deterrent architecture, and recommend products that will help keep bird activity at bay.
If you're struggling with a bird intrusion, contact AAA Pest & Wildlife to help you remove the bird, and keep it from coming back! Our wildlife exclusion services are tried-and-true, and will protect you and your home from future pest problems. Call us at (215) 796-5177, and for more wildlife facts and information, follow us on Facebook!
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