Locating and Removing a dead bird

So, you are pretty sure that a bird may have died in your home, but you just can't seem to locate where it may be. This can be quite troubling, because the last thing that you want is a dead, decaying bird rotting away in your home. This dead animal will not only give off a horrific odor over time, but will also become a breeding ground for bacteria and parasites as well as attract bugs and small animals. This can turn your home into an extremely unsafe environment in no time at all, and is why you need to do something to attract this animal as soon as possible. This leads you pigeon to wonder how to find and remove a dead pigeon? Where to begin starts with the smell. The truth is that in a very short period of time this animal will begin to stink, and this should be a means that you can use to be able to locate the bird. At least it should give you a general indicator of where the bird may be.

If this is not aiding you in finding the bird, then your next thing to do is to begin a systematic search of your home. You have to consider the kind of area where a bird would attempt to nest inside your house. This is likely found in some area near a window, wall, or some other area that the bird would use to get in and out of your house. One very wise thing to do is to do a search around your home to see if you can find areas where the bird may have been able to get into your house. By locating loose boards, cracks, and other gaps that could have been used, this should give you a general area where the bird was getting into. For example, if you find a loose board near the upper portion of your home, the pigeon likely was getting into your attic and that is the place to begin your search.

Also, look for unusual insect activity. This could mean that you find a group of ants heading to a place that doesn't look like it should have food. They may be going to your dead bird. Once you have located the dead bird, your next step is to dispose of it. Make sure that you properly protect yourself whenever you are handling the bird, because these animals are the carriers of a large number of diseases and parasites which still pose a risk to you even after they are dead. Wear gloves, cover your nose and mouth, cover your exposed skin, and make sure that you have is minimal contact with the animal as possible. Double bag it in a garbage bag and throw it away. Make sure that whatever material the bird was laying on is also thrown out at the same time. These kinds of things could easily get contaminated, so it is safe to just throw it away.

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