English Starling Removal
English Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) were first introduced into Victoria in 1861 but are now widely distributed in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, New South Wales and Queensland.
At first the English Starling was a protected species, however, it is now considered a feral pest because of its habit of congregating in large flocks, especially in winter.
Like pigeons, a Starling’s droppings are particularly acidic, and can lead to substantial damage to metal gutters and flashing. What’s more, the noise of a congregation of a large number of birds can be a major source of annoyance.
In terms of disease, the Starling is known to carry histoplasmosis and ectoparasites which can make buildings unfit for human habitation.
Consider these effective English Starling Removal/Eradication Systems…
Why you should choose National Bird Control to fix your English Starling problem?
- A locally owned and operated company, National Bird Control offer a comprehensive Starling control program to rid your premises of feral starlings and stop them from coming back.
- Our obligation free quote can include multiple starling 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!