Vulture Removal and Control
Vultures are majestic, but they aren’t so beautiful when you see them hovering around your property. The US is home to different types of vultures. Black vultures and turkey vultures are active during the day, looking for prey in kettles.
Vultures are predatory animals and endanger your pets and even small children. These birds also disregard human territory and may damage your rooftop, caulking, and other surfaces. In addition, vulture droppings often carry parasites, bacteria, and fungal agents, bringing in diseases.
Vultures will sometimes nest on roofs. Its strong and flat structure makes it viable for vultures. It also allows the vultures to have a better sighting of prey.
Unfortunately, these birds will not hesitate to tear up roofing materials to create their nests. Wilkins Wildlife starts with a winged life inspection to confirm the presence of vultures. Next, the procedure involves scanning your rooftop or attic for signs of vulture inhabitation.
Live Trapping for Vulture Removal
Before learning to eliminate black vultures, you must understand that you cannot do it without a professional. It’s illegal to trap, remove, or kill a vulture based on the Migratory Bird Treaty Act without a special license. Therefore, you must contact a professional if there are vultures on your property.
Wilkins Wildlife utilizes live traps to capture and transfer vultures to suitable habitats.
Wilkins Wildlife offers wildlife exclusion services to prevent these scavengers from returning. This allows us to secure areas that give them access to your property.
Our experts will install bird spikes on ridgelines to deter vultures from roosting in your space. Installing nets or using overhead monofilament grid lines are good options, too!
As a homeowner, you can perform basic procedures to prevent vultures from returning.
What do vultures eat?
Apart from dead animals, they feed on small prey, such as insects, lizards, and rodents.
To prevent their return, remove all food sources from your property.
Search for dead animals in your yard. If you find any, have them disposed of right away.
Remove nest sites on your roof if possible. Get any damage repaired before it gets worse.
If vultures are a recurring problem on your property, you may have an underlying pest problem.
Check for signs of rodent droppings or nests around your property.
Why Choose Us
Now you know about vultures, what they do and how to keep vultures away; if you have them, do not attempt to get rid of them on your own.
Call in the professional vulture removal team at Wilkins Wildlife.
Wilkins Wildlife offers reliable, safe and efficient vulture removal and control services. Our treatments are accessible on the Eastern shore of Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia. You can reach us at Wilkins Wildlife to learn more about our services!
Fortunately, Wilkins Wildlife has everything you need to deal with vultures safely and humanely.