Bird Removal in Thornhill Can Be Essential for Homeowners skip to main content

We're here to help throughout
the COVID-19 issue. Read More..

We're here to help throughout the COVID-19 issue. Read More..

BIRD REMOVAL PROCESS

ASSESS AND REMOVE

Assess and Remove

We start by performing a comprehensive inspection of your home and use hands-on techniques to humanely remove unwanted home guests.

clear and clean

Clear and Clean

Then we go where the animals go to clear and clean the mess they’ve left behind.

PREVENT AND PROTECT

Prevent and Protect

We identify potential points of entry and secure them to prevent future infestation. We offer a lifetime guarantee against re-entry on any serviced areas.

 


WHAT OUR THORNHILL CLIENTS SAY:

When I called to book an inspection, I was given a quick booking time. James M came within the window of time, called ahead and was professional upon arrival. He was able to assess the property and give me a plan of action! He was able to provide great solutions to the problem! I would recommend!

Julie Riegert

Birds in Thornhill

Scientists used to believe that there were approximately 9,000 different bird species on the planet, but in the past decade, that number doubled due to discoveries that birds that were once thought of as the same species were actually found to be different. Though birds exhibit a great deal of diversity, there is still a lot of similarity in colouring, size and behaviours, making it sometimes difficult to distinguish one bird from another. This is part of the fun and the challenge for scientists and bird watchers alike!

Ontario is home to 501 species, with 291 of them choosing our province as their mating and breeding grounds. There are sweet-sounding songbirds and dive-bombing raptors, migrating seabirds and year-round finches. Pigeons, sparrows and starlings are pervasive and often build their nests in the shelter of people’s homes. Watching birds in your backyard is entertaining but dealing with them in your house is anything but. Get in touch with Skedaddle to get help removing birds that take to nesting in your home.

Many Thornhill residents enjoy backyard birdwatching, though few appreciate a bird invasion in their home. Pigeons, sparrows and starlings are noisy and messy creatures. If they have set up residence in your attic or chimney, it is unlikely that you won’t notice their presence. If they choose an exterior vent, they might be harder to see. Look for evidence of their nests poking out from the vents or a dense area of droppings next to the house. You might also catch the scent of the pungent odour of bird droppings wafting through your house.

As soon as you discover an unwanted feathered houseguest, contact Skedaddle. We will safely and humanely remove the birds. We take special care in making sure that any eggs or baby birds are protected, only removing them when it is safe to do so. Skedaddle technicians understand bird behaviour and biology, allowing them to take the right measures at the right time. They also locate all potential points of entry and seal those off so that you don’t find any future feathered friends taking up residence.

Bird Facts

FACT:

The arctic tern travels farther every year than any other bird species on the planet. Each year, it flies a total of 40,000 kilometres, which is about the same length as Earth’s circumference!

FACT:

Ontario is home to 22 species of gulls, which represent nearly half of the number of species found around the world.

FACT:

Hummingbirds provide hours of entertainment for those with backyard hummingbird feeders. There are five species of these colourful little birds living in Ontario.

FACT:

The snowy owl is unusual for an owl in that it hunts during daylight hours rather than after dark.

CHECK OUT OUR LATEST BLOGS

No posts found.