Highly intelligent birds, starlings can make use of a variety of openings in building surfaces. They often like to invade dryer, stove and bathroom vents, and they are frequently undeterred by metal flaps intended to keep out intruders. Starlings can also be found in attic eaves, soffits, chimneys, shutters and even behind siding. They also like to reside in outbuildings and other structures.
Curiosity killed the cat, and sometimes it kills the starling. Starlings often get trapped in exhaust vents for microwaves and stove hoods. In order to humanely remove a starling from a vent without causing damage to your home, you should call a professional. Removing the bird may also involve uninstalling the hood or vent.
At AAAC Wildlife Removal, we believe that animal life is valuable. Our professionals can assess your individual situation and remove starlings successfully without causing them any harm. We do not advocate killing or injuring birds, for birds often provide an important check on local insect populations.Whether you need to remove existing starlings or ensure that starlings 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.