Management of Sparrow Colonies
A common sight in all eastern and southern Australian Cities, the Common Sparrow (passer domesticus) was originally introduced into Australia in 1860. Unlike common Mynah birds, a sparrow isn’t interested in crops, fruit or grain, rather they are a city bird preferring to make their nests in rooftops, industrial buildings, crevices, carparks and corners.
The major problem is that of aesthetics and mess. Their droppings can be a health hazard if they come in contact with food preparation areas, as well as their unsightly nests.
Consider these effective House Sparrow Removal Processes…
WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE NATIONAL BIRD CONTROL TO CONTROL YOUR COMMON SPARROW PROBLEM?
- A locally owned and operated company, National Bird Control offer a comprehensive sparrow control program to rid your premises of feral sparrows and stop them from coming back.
- Our obligation free quote can include multiple sparrow 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 and distress harrassment.
- 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!