BIRDS CONTROL IN NAIROBI KENYA & BIRD FUMIGATION PEST CONTROL SERVICES FUMIGATION PEST EXCLUSION NAIROBI KENYA
BIRDS CONTROL IN NAIROBI KENYA & BIRD FUMIGATION PEST CONTROL SERVICES FUMIGATION PEST EXCLUSION SERVICES IN NAIROBI KENYA – Jopestkil Kenya’s perfect professional bird control
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services, bird exclusion services, bird elimination services for residential homes and commercial premises. Jopestkil Kenya avails Nairobi Kenya birds control services, birds control services in Kenya, birds control services in Nairobi, birds control services in Mombasa, birds control services in Kisumu, bird fumigation pest control services fumigation pest in Kenya.
Bird control! We are a bird pest control company providing professional bird pest infestation control services including serious high level bird pest problem. Our technicians are highly trained and skilled workers, experienced in all phases of bird control and bird infestation issues.
Birds pest! Jopestkil Kenya bird control is associated with the pest management industry, controlling birds is not at all similar to controlling insects or other pest infestation problems. The services are very different in nature and general operations.
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BIRDS CAN WRECK HAVOC IN YOUR HOME
Birds are generally viewed as natural beauty of a place, but some bird
species are real nuisance for homes, businesses properties. Most pest birds gain their entry into premises through small space entries over the roofs or even the ventilation.
Some bird species are considered a real nuisance for businesses or home properties. Most pest birds gain entry into premises through loading bay areas or damaged roofing. They are known to:
-Cause visible serious damages to properties.
-At times are aggressive and attack customers and employees, especially when in breeding season to secure their young ones.
-Are also good carriers of fleas, mites, ticks, lice, bugs and other biting insects which results to diseases and pose a serious health risk.
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Jopestkil Kenya is the professional bird pest control with a variety of discreet, affordable and humane control measures which are favourable environmentally.
Birds Prevalence, Factors which determine the best method of control include:
Application area to be covered
The actual bird species
The accessibility in terms of surfaces
The most nuisance birds in commercial premises & homes includes:
-Starlings -Doves -Seagulls -Myna -Pigeons -House sparrows -Other wild birds
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Bird control -Due to our team of experienced experts, our bird control specialists are experienced in dealing with pest birds and undertake regular training and innovations on the best technologies and most humane effective processes.
Adopting expert bird control measures sooner rather than later will ensure your business is protected against the hazards associated with pest birds.
At Jopestkil-Kenya, we are the experts in effective bird control. We have a wide range of discreet, cost-effective and humane control measures that rids out the birds and does not disrupt your business.
Call Jopestkil-Kenya today on +254 723 362 334, +254 733 650 805 or contact us online for effective bird control solution services.
Effective bird proofing requires the use of reliable and tested professional deterrents to ensure an effective, long term solution to any pest bird problem.
Effective management can sometimes be complicated due to the severity of the problem and the location.
Bird control services …Please feel free to ask us any issue relating to our bird pest services because our promise is to understand what most you need and deliver the perfect best suitable solutions deserved…
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Birds generally may be beneficial, neutral or harmful to man’s interests, depending upon time, location and activity, and certain birds such as sparrows, woodpeckers, waterfowl, pigeons and black birds are more likely to become pests and requires technical bird proofing and bird control.
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All birds are important and makes part of our natural environment beautiful. As predators, they feed on insects, rodents, worms, fish and countless other insects and animals. Game birds, song birds, hawks and other wild bird species contribute to outdoor recreation and the overall enjoyment of nature.
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Because of these contributions, birds are accorded & considerable protection by laws, regulations and public sentiment that controls what kind of bird control can be implemented at a given time of the year.
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There are three birds that most often become pests in Kenya East Africa in urban areas are pigeons, starlings, and house sparrows. If you have ever tried to get rid of pigeons, you know just how difficult bird control and bird proofing can be. Other birds, from hawks to swallows, may occasionally cause unexpected and unusual pest problems and require bird control. When blackbirds and crows roost in suburban areas they become pests and result in bird control or bird proofing. Woodpeckers may peck holes into house siding looking for insects, to make nest cavities and to communicate with other woodpeckers. Seagulls can feed on food-plants, and they roost and nest on large flat roofs with crushed stone.
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Birds generally may be beneficial, neutral or harmful to man’s interests, depending upon time, location and activity, and certain birds such as sparrows, woodpeckers, waterfowl, pigeons and black birds are more likely to become pests and requires technical bird proofing and bird control. Pest bird situations that require bird control and bird proofing includes:
Feeding on agricultural products
Roosting or nesting around human habitations
Destroying vegetation and contaminating foods
Infiltrating noise, droppings, odor and feathers
Easy diseases spread or ectoparasites affecting man including histoplasmosis and cryptococcosis
Unpleasant or hazardous working conditions due to over bird infestations.
Birds nest is harborage to may insect pest, it provides room for other inhabitants
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like parasites to occupy and live with the birds. An empty or occupied bird nest harbors parasites like mites, ticks, fleas, and other scavenger insects particularly if it was recently abandoned by a bird. If the birds don’t die, leave, or abandon the nest, the parasites will remain in the nest. They only bite humans when the birds are no longer occupying the nest. They would leave the nest in search for another host to feed on. Bird mites are more common among parasites that live in birds nesting. They come in contact with humans more than other parasites. Other parasites that also inhabit these bird’s nest are carpet beetles, hide beetles, spider beetles, and cloth moths.
Parasites feed on feathers, droppings, nest materials and dead birds. Some of these parasites also feed on other insects living in the nest. If the nest is located in a building occupied by people, they can also infect furs, hides, and stored food. These parasites often get into the nest when it’s in a vent, under eaves, attic, or a window air conditioner. They are very tiny and not very visible.
Parasites transfer a lot of diseases when you come in contact with them. When the parasite bites an infected bird and sucks in the contaminated blood, it transfers the germs to its next individual. This happens because parasites inject their saliva into the host while feeding on them. Many different species of parasites live on birds, or in their nests or in places they roost. They transmit various kinds of viral and bacterial agents. The diseases include pox and meningitis etc. Control of these parasites is a very important phase of any bird control project.
Below are some of the parasites that live in bird nesting materials:
Bird mites are parasitic arthropods. Research have shown that they are over 45,000 species of bird mites. Only a few of these mites’s parasite on mammals. They can be very harmful to host and some of the symptoms include mild
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discomfort or even death. Studies have shown that these parasites have adapted to environmental change. Some are no longer host specific, rather they have become a source of problem for mammals including humans.
The life cycle of this mite is egg, larva, nymph, and adult. They complete this cycle in seven days if the environment is favorable. They have a very sharp mouthpiece which can penetrate deep into the skin to suck blood. The female mite is more dangerous because she needs blood to reproduce. They make up about 95 percent of their population. The lifespan of the male mite is shorter than the female. They are usually white and turn dark after sucking blood.
Bird mites are active at night, hide and reproduce during the day. When they can’t find a host, they find places to hide like bedding materials or furniture. They also hide in fabric and cotton because they can act as insulator where their eggs can be protected.
Stick tight fleas
You can find them on the head of birds. These fleas can also parasite on other
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animals like dogs, cats, and humans. Female fleas produce an egg in the surrounding environment. Their eggs take four weeks to hatch into an adult. They can be very deadly as they can kill their host.
This parasite is often referred to as blue bugs. Those found on birds are called soft ticks while those found on cats and dogs are hard ticks. These ticks are light reddish brown to dark brown in color. Adults are approximately ¼ inch in length.
Females lay approximately 50 to 100 eggs after a blood meal. They lay eggs in the bird nesting material. When the eggs hatch, the larvae looks for a host that they can feed on for four to seven days. Then the larvae leave the host and molt to the nymph stage. Nymphs and adults feed at night. Adult ticks are highly resistant to starvation and can live for about a year without feeding. This parasite can cause death in severe cases.
These parasites are nocturnal. The young and mature bedbug’s parasite on birds and suck their blood. Bedbugs breed and lay their eggs in different locations such as poultry house, nests etc. They are very dangerous and can be found in most homes. They have a distinct odor similar to stink bugs. They mainly will feast on humans as preferred feed source.
They are blood sucking insect parasites that feed on bats but find other birds. Bat bugs are similar to bed bugs, in appearance that they are mistaken for bed bugs. Bat bugs also bite humans. They can be found in nesting material of birds.
They are called red bugs. Chiggers are very small and difficult to see without
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magnification. Chiggers are six-legged larvae with hairy and yellow-orange or light red in color. They can be found on bird nesting even when it’s empty.
They lay their eggs on the soil. After hatching, the larvae locate and attach themselves to a suitable host. The larvae do not cut into the skin, but rather inject a salivary fluid which hardens, and covers them. Fluids from the host are sucked through a feeding tube. Chiggers parasite on birds, wild and domestic animals, including humans.
They are often found in natural habitats like birds’ nests and wasp’s nests. Some can be seen in food stores and houses. They usually have a route into the building from nests in the attics and chimneys. Once they are adults, they can be difficult to eliminate. Their larvae take years to complete development. Their average life cycle is between one to two years. The carpet beetle has other species that look similar in appearance and habit. The most common species is the Guernsey carpet beetle.
The most common species are the webbing clothes moth and case making clothes
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moth. When they come in contact with carpets, upholstery, and clothing they cause colossal damage. The webbing clothes moth is the most popular species and it’s believed to have caused a lot of damage to the textile industry.
They have a lot of similarities to spiders. Spider beetles are opportunistic scavengers. When they get into a food storage facility, they can destroy virtually every item if not controlled on time. Spider beetles inhabit bird and rodent nests. They are typically unclean. Their eggs hatch within two to three weeks. They are a big threat to valuable artifacts in museums and in storage facilities like books, older woods, and textile fabrics.
These parasites can be controlled by treating the affected location with an approved insecticide. One of the ways to treat ticks includes thoroughly cleaning and sanitizing the area. Another method is to vacuum or pick them up (especially mites) with damp cloths. You can also consult a Jopestkil Kenya professional pest control company to sanitize the affected area and kill the remaining mites. Discard the nest in a plastic waste bag. Make sure you wear gloves and long sleeves to protect yourself. Preventive methods include getting rid of the nest site by screening or sealing up openings or any part of the building that harbor birds nest.
Unless these parasites are wiped out when the birds have left their nest, the mites, fleas, ticks etc. will look for another host, mostly humans. Therefore, the best bird control project should include parasite inspection prior to installing a bird control system
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