Feral bird & pest bird removals

Agricultural, Commercial, industrial and business premises.

Removal and Eradication of pigeons, pest birds and feral birds
No obligation evaluation

We assist in the removal of pest birds, and eradication of pigeons and feral birds, especially in enclosed areas such as food courts in shopping centres, loading docks, industrial warehouses, high roofed buildings and any under roof areas where these disease introducing pest birds roost and perch.

Fully insured and licensed, we offer a professional evaluation of your situation and advice on best way to resolve your bird problem.

While we specialise in bird eradication, we also liaise with many other professional and licensed feral animal trappers, and if we can't help you with your problem, if you request it, we are happy to forward your particulars to others who may be able to assist.

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Businesses and locations we Serve
  • 1 Factories
  • 2 Warehouses
  • 3 Shopping Centres, Food Courts
  • 4 Cafeterias, Schools, halls
  • 5 High roofed buildings
  • 6 Outdoor and alfresco dining areas
  • 7 Industrial buildings and sheds
  • 8 Stair wells
  • 9 Barns and grain silos
  • 10 Farms - livestock feeders

We welcome Councils and Government departments listing our services to advise business operators in their areas of our services, in particular where health requirements require elimination of feral birds in food preparation and service situations.

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Please note: some pest exterminators use poison. Poison is non selective and if a native bird suffers or is killed, you as the home or business owner are as responsible as the exterminator and can be fined many thousands of dollars by the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection. DO NOT EMPLOY PEST EXTERMINATORS WHO USE POISON.

QLD Government Business and industry portal: Laws on baits, blooding or coursing and animals injuring other animals: "It is an offence under the Animal Care and Protection Act 2001 to administer, feed or lay a bait, or a harmful or poisonous substance, with the intention of injuring or killing an animal."  (More useful links here.)