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Pro Bird Control Chicago, Illinois

Call us now at 773-756-5843 for professional bird control services in Chicago, IL.

We are a professional bird control company servicing Chicago, IL. We solve problems with birds afflicting residential and commercial properties. We handle birds such as pigeons, sparrows, starlings, grackles, Canada Geese, and more. We most commonly receive calls about birds roosting on or even in buildings and ledges, leaving their feces behind. We not only remove birds, but we provide a wide array of services, from bird damage repairs, bird prevention services, bird dropping cleaning, and more. See our Chicago Bird Control Prices page to learn more about what we charge. We are fully licensed and insured in Illinois, and we answer our phones 24/7. Call us now at 773-756-5843 for a free price quote and to schedule a same-day or next day appointment for bird control.

About Our Company

Services We Offer

  • Bird Trapping
  • Bird Prevention
  • Droppings Cleanup

Best service in Chicago

  • Superior bird control from roof to ground, start to finish.
  • Available 24/7 with weekend and same-day appointments
  • Humane treatment of birds and professional service for you.
We are competitively priced, but for the value you get, we are the best. Not all companies are the same! See our Chicago Bird Control Prices page to learn more about what we charge. No two jobs are exactly alike, so call us at 773-756-5843 for a price quote.

Client Testimonials

FREE SERVICE: If you can't afford to hire our services, you can attempt some other alternatives:
Cook County, IL - (708) 974-6140
Illinois Dept of Wildlife - 217-782-6302
Flint Creek Wildlife Rehab Inc - 847-842-8000
Chicago police - (312) 742-5870
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Pro Bird Control Chicago Tip of the Month: A bird stuck in the garage

A strange sound in the house on a hot summer day


Josh thought he had heard something that sounded like flapping wings ramming into some wall. But he could not immediately confirm exactly what it was. Tiptoeing on his fluffy Arabian carpet, he stealthily looked around the living room, checked in his patio and bedroom but found nothing.

All over, everything was completely quiet except maybe for the whirling ceiling fan that tried just a little too hard to cool the house. Maybe he was just being paranoid or his sleepy head was simply playing tricks on him again. Actually, he had never understood why he always felt sleepy after every lunch on hot afternoons. Of course, the temperatures outside were over 100 degrees. And this was completely normal for any average summer day.

Learning from the past experience

Yet, the flapping had reminded him of how the same ceiling fan had injured another little bird one afternoon in the last summer. Fearing a similar incident could easily happen again, he immediately switched off the fan. He then stood still, held his breath and listened intensely after the whirling had completely stopped. But he heard nothing except the sound of his aggressive heart beating so hard in his chest. May be that is why his whole body was soaking and slithering in sweat!

Garages may appear cooler but they trap birds too

He listened again but this time around he heard some faint chirping not from inside the house but the garage or so it sounded. So, he quietly went downstairs, opened his garage door and then saw a little weaver bird, scared and trapped between the air duct and the girder. Its bright yellow plumages a mixture of red and black still looked pretty. The bird appeared somehow anxious even as he tried to get it off the girder. Obviously, the heat was just too punitive for them both Josh and the little cute bird. So, he left the garage door open hoping that sooner, it would fly out to join its friends on the nearby tree. As he walked out, he looked behind just in time to see the bird trying to untangle itself from some little string traps he had set up to catch the rampant rats in the garage! She was stuck and helpless.

Why did Victor return too soon? He should have waited a minute longer

Josh then picked up one of his long broomsticks to help release the bird but suddenly felt a little pinch on his nose. Startled, he stood up in a haze. Victor his roommate was back and he had just woken him up from a little dreamland. Josh had unknowingly drifted off to sleep yet up to now, he still wonders if indeed the little cute bird is still stuck in his garage.

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