Pest Birds

Apart from its humaneness, the big advantage of combating bird problems by physical proofing is its long-term sustainability.
Indian Myna numbers have exploded across Australia since they were deliberately introduced, and are a serious environmental threat to native wildlife.
Feral pigeons are the number one urban pest bird, creating a mess and causing damage where they roost, creating a need for pigeon control.
House sparrows are an increasingly common problem bird in urban areas.
Starlings are an introduced species to Australia and have adapted well to urban life which offers abundant nesting and food sites.
Australia’s most widespread swallow, the Welcome Swallow can be seen fluttering, swooping and gliding in search of flying insects