Warehouses are perfect places for birds seeking shelter or a place to nest. Their large doors, which are frequently opened, give birds easy access. Once a bird places its nest, you should not remove it. In many countries, like in the United States, it is illegal to remove active nests of migratory1 as well as many native bird species.
In this article, we will explain how to get a bird out of a warehouse – before it nests.
Make sure you are on time!
By law, facilities are not allowed to get rid of birds and their nests during the nesting season. However, if the birds are not removed, they will attract more birds to nest. This will increase bird damage to the buildings and create safety issues.
Be sure to start with bird prevention measures 2-3 months before the nesting season.
Nesting season starts in early February lasting until August2 in the northern hemisphere, but it could start before even this period and take longer than expected.