We work 7 days a week - go ahead and call evenings and weekends!
We carry liability insurance and all Indiana licenses.
Treating both birds and customers with courtesy and respect.
We are a professional bird control company servicing South Bend, IN. 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 South Bend Bird Control Prices page to learn more about what we charge. We are fully licensed and insured in Indiana, and we answer our phones 24/7. Call us now at 574-310-8811 for a free price quote and to schedule a same-day or next day appointment for bird control.
Thank you for coming to my home on a Sunday to get the falcon in my garage - I almost had a heart attack before you showed up!
Pro Bird Control South Bend solved a problem with pigeons our building, after two other Indiana companies failed - and at a price lower than the others! Thank you!
My regular pest control company couldn't handle my bird problem - these guys bird-proofed my warehouse in a week! I've been bird-free ever since!
FREE SERVICE: If you can't afford to hire our services, you can attempt some other alternatives:
Saint Joseph County, IN - 574-255-4726
Indiana Dept of Wildlife - (317) 232-4200
South Bend Animal Care and Control - 574-235-9303
South Bend police - (574) 235-9201
See our South Bend Bird Control Prices page to learn more about what we charge.
Pro Bird Control South Bend Tip of the Month: What smells repel birds?
While birds do not have an external nose similar to humans' they indeed have external nostrils also known as the nares. These nares are located on the beaks in different positions for different species of birds. However, for most birds, these nares are located on top of the beak and appear as two circular holes that just like the human nostrils, lead to the nasal cavities within the skull. They provide a pathway through which air flows through the bird's body to supply the needed oxygen.
And just like in humans, birds also have olfactory receptors within their nostrils. These particular receptors are responsible for harvesting different types of smells through the tiny hair-like protuberances that are supplied with plenty of mucous to facilitate smell capture. Different smells have different effects on birds. Some smells attract while others repel the birds. The following are some of the smells that repel birds;