Do you think you have a bird infestation? It can be hard to be sure, but there are some signs that can help you recognize if you need help. You might hear chirping coming from inside your walls or attic. If you inspect your home, you may see bird droppings on the exterior walls, or even feathers and nests. If you open your windows, you could find birds flying in and out of your home. All these signs can mean you have a bird infestation.
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Living in the Park Slope, Clinton Hill, or Fort Greene area of Brooklyn, you may find yourself with a bird infestation in your home. Though it’s tempting to reach for a pesticide to get rid of them, there are more natural, safe ways to deter birds from your home.
One of the most effective methods is to physically block birds from entering your home. This can be done by using bird netting and other physical barriers. Make sure to check attic vents, windows, and other openings that birds may use to gain entry. You may also want to use bird spikes, which can help keep birds from perching and roosting in the same spot.
Another way to deter birds is to use sound and visual deterrents. For example, you can install a device that emits distress noises, such as the sound of another bird’s predator. You can also use visual deterrents, such as visual bird repellents that reflect light or move. You could also hang a fake owl or hawk, as birds tend to avoid areas where they perceive a predator to be present.
Finally, though it may seem counterintuitive, make sure that there are no food sources that would attract birds to the area. If there are bird feeders nearby, make sure that they are regularly cleaned and that all bird food is properly stored away. Keep your