Erradication of Myna Birds
A native to Asia, Common Mynah Birds were brought to Melbourne in 1862 to control insect pests in market gardens, and event though they weren’t overly successful, th
e birds were introduced in areas across Australia where they have now established feral populations.
The Common Mynah has been designated a feral bird because of the crop damage to fruit and grain. They also have the potential to spread disease to people and domestic animals. A fearless little bird, they are known for stealing food off people’s plates in outdoor eating areas, and aggressively competing with native wildlife for nesting hollows.
Consider these effective Mynah Bird Removal/Eradication Processes…
Why you should choose National Bird Control to fix your common Mynah problem?
- A locally owned and operated company, National Bird Control offer a comprehensive Mynah control program to rid your premises of feral mynah birds and stop them from coming back.
- Our obligation free quote can include multiple mynah control strategies to ensure a successful outcome. These can include, but are not limited to: bird spikes, removal of nests, lice removal, bird proofing, chemical treatments & manual eradication.
- Our service is tailored to your needs – whether you’re a home owner, or a large commercial premise manager, we’ve got the solution that’s right for you.
- Guaranteed 12 month free service period. If they come back, so do we!