Welcome to Kansas City Bird Control: Prevention and Removal of Unwanted Birds

Our company specializes in resolving problems caused by birds in Kansas City, Missouri, both residential and commerical. We handle bird species such as pigeons, starlings, grackles, sparros, and even Canada Geese and woodpeckers. We generally don't kill birds - we prevent them from causing problems. Most commonly, this means that we install barriers that prevent them access to your building or property, or anti-roosting devices that prevent them from landing, nesting, or roosting on your home, store, building, or anywhere. We use netting, needle strips, shock track, and more. We do offer trapping in some cases, and removal of birds from warehouses, grocery stores, or other commerical or industrial buildings by netting or sometimes pellet shooting. We have a wide variety of tools and methods for solving every manner of bird problem. Call us at 816-396-5168 to discuss your bird problem today.



Stop Birds From Accessing Your Space

We stop birds from entering almost any space by installing netting. It is strong and durable, but thin and black so that it is not visually distracting. We can prevent birds from flying or roosting under awnings, roofs, or any other architectural area.



Stop Birds From Landing Or Roosting

We install needle strips or shock track on ledges, beams, the tops of signs, and anywhere birds are roosting and causing unsightly and unhealthy droppings. We can reach any area with our ladders and boom lifts.



We Clean Droppings and Nesting Material

Birds can make a mess with their droppings - on your building, roof, or the ground, or any other area. Sometimes bird guano and nesting material accumulate. We professionally clean and decontaminate the area.

Our Work

Full Range of Bird Control Services

More About Us Kansas City Bird Control:

At our bird control company, we are dedicated to establishing and providing the highest quality of service. We want all our people to follow the professionalism, integrity, and reliability that personifies our business. Our mission is to provide the clients with exceptional customer service and dependable bird control strategies. We will use our technical expertise to safeguard the health and welfare of our people and our customers. The bird control industry is a complicated system; a company needs to have certification and authorization from the state to perform the related job. Otherwise, the client may be exposed to legal issues. We are armed with all the necessary documents and permits to ensure that all methods are conducted within the existing standard. We will not only rely on our common sense; we will be combining it with our environmentally-sensitive and scientifically-proven solution that will help us personalize the services that we will deliver. Since our company's inception, we have been committed to being the industry leader in the bird management sector. Our certifications ensure that all our employees are regularly educated about the latest development in the industry. It means that we will meet the highest level of customer service every time you choose us as your partner.

Orphaned Baby Pigeons: What to Do About Them

In reality, you shouldn't touch any orphaned baby animal that you come across, for a number of varied reasons. The mother might come back for her young at any moment. That youngster may have been abandoned because of injury or illness, the mother choosing to spend her time taking care of the fit and healthy squabs instead. It could also be the case that the pigeon got brave before its time, leaving the nest before it could fly fully, or before it was smart or old enough to fend for itself. Similarly, predators can tear young pigeon squabs away from nests, and the same for mothers, leaving too-young squabs to then fend for themselves.

If you are responsible for the orphan situation, such as, removing the mother without first checking to see whether or not there were other pigeons (squabs in a nest), or killing off the adult members of the flock, then you will need to make sure that the nest full of youngsters is dealt with properly.

There are two outcomes for orphaned baby pigeons. You can either destroy the animals humanely, solving the pest problem and the mother-less problem, all in one. Alternatively, you could go on the hunt for a rehabilitator that works specifically with pigeons to rehabilitate and then release the birds. If you can't find a local rehabilitator that deals with pigeons, your only option is to call in wildlife removal. Either that or you'll need to figure out what to do yourself — leave the birds/nest where it is and let nature take its own course, or try to rehabilitate the young birds yourself. As you can imagine, trying to rehabilitate them yourself is usually a long and pointless exercise. If those pigeons are too tamed by the time they are ready for release, they'll likely die very soon afterwards. They won't have a full picture of the big, wide world, untaught the important "pigeon things'' by their mothers, and they'll be vulnerable and unable to take care of themselves properly.

If you *do* decide to do something about the orphaned pigeon situation, make sure that you protect yourself. You will need gloves, eye protection, clothes that you don't mind throwing out, footwear that you don't mind throwing out, and a breathing mask. This might seem like a MASSIVE overreaction, but you are protecting yourself from diseases such as E.coli, salmonellosis, and histoplasmosis, among many others.

You will need to have a container (with a lid and breathing holes) ready to pop the young squabs into, and you'll also need to know where you are going — where you are going to take them. Releasing them back into the wild too young will result in a very quick death, usually from predatory attack. Releasing them when they are underweight, injured, or sick will also have the same outcome. If they are old enough to take care of themselves and last longer than a few hours or days, there's a pretty good chance they'll just return home to the roost. That's your property. If you have not sealed up your property effectively enough, or taken away the places that these birds roost and perch, you won't have gotten rid of the problem at all. In fact, you'll just have made it worse ... You'll be a lot more frustrated.

Also read our other bird tip: Should I feed pigeons?

We have the most experience in Kansas City at understanding the nuisance birds of Missouri. Our 7 years of experience in the field ensures excellent results.

We pride ourselves on the quality of our bird control work. Our work is professional grade and long lasting, usually for the life of the building.

We are fully Missouri licensed. We carry the correct safety equipment, and operate in a safe and professional manner to keep your building and people safe.

Call us at 816-396-5168 to discuss your bird problem and our process. We are always responsive by phone. We can usually schedule next-day appointments, and provide written estimates for all our bird work.