Birds may look cute and harmless, but they have their own pesty ways too. Their droppings contain bacteria that can cause a number of diseases, like ornithosis, histoplasmosis, cryptococcosis and candidiasis. Moreover, other tiny pests that dwell in a bird nest can become infected with bird viruses too, and subsequently spread the diseases to humans; these nest dwellers include clothes moths, booklice, carpet beetles etcetera.
Furthermore, birds contaminate food upon contact, and they also "contribute" to noise as well as air pollution. Fresh bird droppings are wet and slippery, and can be a danger to passersby who stumble upon them. Due to the presence of high levels of uric acid in bird excrement, the droppings can mar a building's aesthetic appearance.
- Bird netting
- Installation of Bird Point System
- Application of "Eaton's 4 the Birds" repellent gel