Commercial pigeon control is all we do
And we are the best at what we do Licensed and Insured
( We are not a pigeon rescue! )
Hello and welcome to Airborne Wildlife Control Service formerly Nevada Pigeon Control, operating in Las Vegas since 2008. Our mission is to provide the most advanced and effective pigeon control service in safe, humane, and environmentally responsible ways. You’re probably here because you have a pigeon problem. You’ve come to the right place! Our business is the only of its kind in Las Vegas. Want to know why? Please visit our “About Us” page for details.
Our website will probably give you more information than you’ve ever wanted to know about pigeons (and other wildlife, too!) but we believe that the best way to solve a pigeon problem is to understand everything there is to know about pigeons, their behavior, and their life cycle. As Sun Tzu might say, “Know thy enemy!” Please visit our “Pigeon Facts” page if you’re curious. In all seriousness, I have to ask you to not think about pigeons as just dirty, disease-ridden rats with wings, as people often describe them.
They are actually intelligent, social, highly adaptive, and don’t carry as many diseases as people may think. In fact, many people keep pigeons as pets and give them vaccines, clean their lofts regularly, and feed them food designed especially for pigeons, just like any other pet. It is unfortunate for feral pigeons that in large numbers their feces is ugly, caustic to building materials, and harbor dangerous bacteria and fungi that can negatively affect human beings. Then again, you may be experiencing these problems first hand, which is why you’re here. Please see our “People vs. Pigeons” page for more information about the property damage and possible health risks feral pigeon infestations can lead to.
If you’ve been shopping around you’ll notice that many pest control companies make similar if not identical claims about the effectiveness of their services. We address all of these advertised treatments, methods, and applications along with our own practices on our “Pigeon Control Services” page. While there are many reputable pigeon control companies to choose from, you’ll have to sort through businesses who copycat off of established, proven models but may not really understand pigeons or pigeon control well enough to adapt to each property’s individual needs.
They may claim to have a “one and done” solution or a “secret recipe” product that will pigeon-proof your property. The truth about pigeons is that they have wings and there will always be new birds passing by in search of one of the four key attractors: food, water, shelter, and safety. If your property has any of these four things, you will have pigeon activity no matter how many unsightly plastic owls, spikes, nets, and supposed “pigeon repellents” you have.
We pride ourselves on providing fair and competitive rates so that you can appreciate the value of what we do. We are happy to offer you a free property inspection and estimate along with a customized pigeon control plan tailored to your needs. Also, when you sign up with us, we will issue you a Certificate of Compliance to prove to health inspectors and anyone concerned that
you have an active control and prevention plan to keep pigeons away from your property and customers.
Again, you’ll find more details on “Pigeon Control Services” page or you can “contact us” now to schedule your free inspection. Even if you do not choose Airborne Wildlife Control Service for your pigeon control needs in the future, we thank you for selecting a provider that will only use humane, environmentally friendly means to remove pest birds from your property. Please insist that poisons NEVER be used in order to prevent secondary or unintended loss of life to pets or wildlife.
See our “FAQ” page for information about the dangers of poisons for bird and rodent pest control. Have more questions and can’t find the answer on our website? Visit our “FAQ” page or give us a call and we will be happy to speak with you directly. Again, thank you for visiting Airborne Wildlife Control Service!
Civon and Dave Kanellis