They love to nest in locations like vents, attic outlets and crevices around window-mounted air conditioners. Their nests can also block drains, gutters and downspouts.In addition, house sparrow droppings contain uric acid, which can damage car paint and building surfaces. House sparrows can also be vectors for infectious diseases and internal and external parasites. Droppings from birds living in attics or walls can contaminate insulation, with some fecal matter containing histoplasmosis, a fungal disease that can prove deadly to anyone who breathes its spores.
If you need help in removing and managing house sparrows, call your local professionals at AAAC Wildlife Removal. We can ensure that the birds will not only be removed from your property, but that they will be treated humanely. We will also work with you to develop a thorough solution to your home invasion difficulties.While sparrows can prove a nuisance in life, they can also pose a threat in death. Sparrows can die in strange places. If you find a dead sparrow in your home or property, it must be eliminated as soon as possible.
Failing to deal with the dead sparrow will only worsen the situation, as its corpse can cause further damage to your home and attract other pests. Whenever you encounter a dead sparrow on your property, contact AAAC Wildlife Removal. We can remove the bird’s body and clean and deodorize the area, ensuring that no other animals or pests will be attracted to the location.Whether you need to remove existing sparrows or ensure that sparrows don’t return by implementing bird exclusion, the specialists at AAAC Wildlife Removal are here to assist you in dealing with the situation in a professional and humane manner.