Nuisance Bird Control Specialists
Professional Bird Abatement Services
Effective Bird Control Techniques
Hello, I am Joe Kosakowski, Co-owner of WildLife Control Specialists. Established in 2007, we provide bird control, bird removal solutions, specializing in falconry-based bird abatement and goose control solutions. We offer effective bird control nationwide.
I am a Master Falconer who can assist with any bird-abatement needs at any location in the U.S. I operate out of New Jersey with my team of licensed Falconers.
Whatever bird problem you are having, we can handle it. There is nothing too unusual or challenging. Whether it’s one bird or thousands of birds affecting your home or place of business, Wildlife Control Specialists can offer you a solution.
Our Techniques for Controlling Bird Populations at Equestrian Centers
Falconry Based Bird Abatement (FBBA)
Addressing bird-related issues is never a simple task. Although there is no “silver bullet,” the FBBA far surpassed all other techniques. Falconry works because pest birds are "hard-wired" to be terrified of raptors - falcons and hawks, which are their natural enemies. Pest birds never get acclimated to raptors, while they often get used to other harassment techniques, such as propane cannons, shotguns, or recorded calls.
When a raptor appears in an indoor riding rink or barn, birds immediately leave. Similar to the reaction swimmers in the water at the beach have when someone yells “shark,” everyone leaves the water. The hawks and falcons are the “sharks” used to signal birds that yours is not a bird-friendly facility.
When placed in flight paths, the pest birds are captured in nets and subsequently removed.
The high power portable green lasers are a highly effective tool designed to be used between dusk and dawn, primarily to deny the targeted birds their desired roost. Forcing birds to a different overnight roost usually means that they go somewhere else to forage for food during the day.
We utilize a complete line of professional bird traps in a variety of sizes to accommodate the species of pest, the size of the flock, and the location of where the trap is going to be placed.