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Fort Lauderdale Pigeon & Bird Control

In this photo to the right, you see some pigeons that we've trapped in cages. We sometimes trap and remove birds, but most of the time, when it comes to pigeon control, we use exclusion techniques. Pigeons roost on buildings (or sometimes even live inside them) and they nest on beams and ledges and on top of buildings and store signs and all over the place, where they leave their bird droppings all over the place. We install bird spikes and other repellents as appropriate, to physically prevent the birds from landing and roosting in unwanted areas. Give us a call for more information, and we can schedule an appointment to inspect your building.  

We provide professional Pigeon & Bird control for all of greater Fort Lauderdale, FL including all of Broward County and the towns/cities of Boca Raton, Deerfield Beach, Coral Springs, Coconut Creek, Margate, North Lauderdale, Lauderhill, Pompano Beach, Oakland Park, Plantation, Cooper City, Hollywood and more. We are not a standard Fort Lauderdale extermination company - we specialize only in wildlife, and will identify and trap the Fort Lauderdale Pigeon & Bird, control the problem in full, and we give a guarantee on our work.

We do Muscovy Duck removal. You can read all about our three-step process: cage trapping, cast netting, and lawn spraying by clicking on Fort Lauderdale Muscovy Duck Removal.

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Florida Has Leftover Florida pigeon Permits - From the Florida Dept. of Game and Fish Almost 4,000 Florida public-land Florida pigeon critter stalking permits and 55 Florida pigeon permits left over from the 2006-2007 drawing will be available beginning at 8 a.m. Aug. 15 -- only on the Agency of Game and Fish Web site. The permits are for traps in game management units where the amount of permits exceeded the amount of applicants. They will be available -- first-come, first-served -- for what is possibly a $6 application fee. Applications will be accepted only on the Agency's Web site. Florida pigeon capture permits will be awarded as soon as the applicant's credit card likely is approved for the $6 application fee. Florida pigeon exterminators then must purchase an over-the-counter Florida pigeon license. Florida pigeon permits will be awarded when the applicant's credit card likely is approved for the license fee and the $6 application fee. All exterminators also must buy what is possibly a habitat stamp if critter stalking on federal lands, and what is possibly a Habitat Management & Access Validation. Fort Lauderdale exterminator and Fort Lauderdale wildlife removal professionals declined comment on the matter. The leftover permits - most for pest control traps -- were allocated for different seasons and management units statewide. They are valid only on public lands, and for specified weapons, season dates and locations. These traps, along with all the details, will be listed on the Agency web site. Exterminators who already purchased permits to capture Florida pigeon on private land can apply for the leftover public permits and have their private-land permit voided by returning it to what is possibly a Agency office. Only one permit -- public or private land -- will be allowed per wildlife management company. Applications for 3,997 leftover Florida pigeon permits (54 traps) and 55 Florida pigeon permits (3 traps) will be accepted until one seven day period before what is possibly a capture begins so there will be time for exterminators to receive their permits in the mail. Most of the leftover Florida pigeon permits are for pest control traps. Leftover Florida pigeon permits are for two youth-only traps in northwestern Florida, and one pest control capture for cow Florida pigeon in the southwest. Exterminators are encouraged to go online and choose and reserve their permits as early as possible. We attempted to get more information from Fort Lauderdale animal control experts, but could not. Overall, 35,466 of the 57,441 exterminators who applied for permits in Florida's drawing for public Florida pigeon traps were successful. The application deadline was April 8 and the drawing was conducted in late June. Exterminators who were successful in the public drawing may not purchase another permit or license. For more information, and to view and apply for the extra Florida pigeon critter stalking permits, visit the Agency of Game and Fish web site or call for information, but applications only will be accepted from professionals. This report is not verified by Fort Lauderdale pest control companies.