The Migratory Bird Treaty Act
Most wild birds are federally protected under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, which means no one is allowed to disturb, possess or in any way harm a wild bird, its eggs or nest without a federal permit.
We are authorized through the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to handle protected migratory birds on a case by case basis.
As with all wildlife, the presence of birds, especially in great numbers, indicates there is an attractive food source and or possibly a nesting area. In most cases, eliminating food and shelter resources and manipulating the environment to make it less attractive - more inhospitable for the birds, will permanently resolve a problem.