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Birds Blackbirds, starlings, and pigeons are some of the more common birds we encounter. Birds annually destroy many millions of dollars worth of agricultural crops in North America Unlike most mammals, which are secretive when causing damage, birds are often highly visible. They are increasingly causing nuisance problems in urban areas by begging for food, defacing property, contaminating municipal water supplies, and nesting on rooftops. Birds frequently make their nests in tight, dark spaces that are high off the ground. This can mean your attic, chimney, or even inside your walls. We will come out and examine the property, locate the animal and harmlessly remove any nest or young present. The entry site will be repaired and exclusion work can be completed.
Ducks & Geese Canada geese have adapted to suburban environments in the past 20 years, creating nuisance problems around parks and golf courses through grazing and defecation.
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Birds and Bats
Birds & Bats
Bats Our first priority will be to determine the number of bats residing on the premises. Bats are quiet and nocturnal, so just seeing or hearing (one) does not always mean you only have 1.  We will remove the bats, identify the areas where they are gaining access and using proven and effective exclusion methods and materials eliminate the problem Bats, the only mammals that truly fly, belong to the order Chiroptera. Their ability to fly, their secretiveness, and their nocturnal habits have contributed to bat folklore, superstition, and fear. They are worldwide in distribution and include about 900 species, second in number only to Rodentia (the rodents) among the mammals. Among the 40 species of bats found north of Mexico, only a few cause problems for humans (note that vampire bats are not found in the United States and Canada). Bats congregating in groups are called colonial bats; those that live a lone existence are known as solitary bats. The colonial species most often encountered in and around human buildings in the United States are the little brown bat, the big brown bat. Solitary bats typically roost in tree foliage or under bark, but occasionally are found associated with buildings, some only as transients during migration.
Birds and bats can cause many problems in an attic or other tight spaces in your home or business.  Let VWM safely handle the removal of these animals.