The European Starling first appeared in Tennessee in 1921 from descendants of the 100 birds released in New York's Central Park in 1890's. This stocky blackbird has glossy feathers that can give off a green hue when out in the sun, also during the winter the feathers have a white tip giving them a spotted appearance. Starlings have long pointed bills, and walk rather than hop. These birds have a broad diet consisting of invertebrates, fruits, and seeds.
Problems and Damage
Starlings can create a lot of defecation and harvest harm. They can likewise enter structures and homes to settle. A typical Starling aggravation issue is the point when they nest in exhaust vents of a home. Normally, the Starlings will construct a home and have their young in the flex cylinder to either a washroom or dryer. They can likewise plague your home with winged creature bugs.
Prevention and Exclusions
To keep starlings from invading your home, Complete Animal Removal can identify and seal up any potential entry points using heavy duty materials strong enough to withstand animals from regaining access into your home.
If you've found that starlings have invaded your home, Complete Animal Removal offers professional removal assistance. Our Wildlife Specialist are trained on starling behavior, and with the help of our bird one way systems we can quickly and humbly remove your unwanted starlings.