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Vulture Control

Vukture control products by Birdzoff

Vulture Control

Vulture are a persuasive species typically found in marine environments, as their diet consists mainly of fish. They are excellent divers and certain species can reach great depths. Once severely endangered, their population has now reached stable levels due to the efforts of wildlife conservation organizations. We provide vulture control products that help your work / factory premises to be safe from Vultures.

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What do vultures look like?

Vultures weigh roughly 3.5-4.5 pounds. Their length is 23-30”, while their wingspan usually runs 4.5-6.5’. The species that most commonly pose a threat to industrial structures are black and turkey vultures. Black vultures have black feathers with a white star under the wingtips. Their bare heads are also black. They are often found in the same groupings as turkey vultures, as they follow them to carcasses. Turkey vultures are dark brown and have a bare, red head. 

Read more about vultures, vulture control, and how to get rid of vultures below.

Where do Vultures perch and nest?

Vultures do not typically pose a nesting problem.  

Vultures are very social birds that perch and roost in large numbers, making it difficult to get rid of vultures. They can be found on communication and transmission towers, large industrial complexes, and oil and gas facilities, therefore vulture control is required.

Why do I need vulture control?

Their dropping and regurgitation are damaging to towers and industrial equipment and can cause outages. This also poses a health and safety issue for climbers needing to access towers and equipment. A Vulture deterrent is therefore important.

How do I get rid of vultures?

The Plastic Tower Guard and Metal Tower Guard have excluded vultures for years on both towers and building parapets providing both a visual and physical barrier. The Bracket also takes away vultures’ preferred perching areas. For that, vulture control is also required.

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