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Barnes Wildlife Control

DAYTON REGION
2651 Grange Hall Rd
Beavercreek, OH 45431
Phone: (937) 340-1867
Email: Go To Contact Form

Buckeye Wildlife Solutions

COLUMBUS REGION
P.O. Box 321
Lewis Center, OH 43035
Phone: (844) 544-9453
Email: Go To Contact Form

Buckeye Northwest Division

TOLEDO REGION
815 Morrison Road
Fremont Oh 42420
Phone: (419) 603-7284
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Ohio’s Turkey Vulture And Black Vulture Professionals

General Vulture Problems In Ohio

No matter where you live in Ohio, you’ll find vultures which means homeowners, businesses, and farms will also have vulture problems. The two vultures of Ohio are Turkey Vultures and Black Vultures, both amazing to watch when they catch thermals and stay in the air for hours searching for carrion. Unfortunately, vulture problems have increased, especially for livestock owners who have reported black vultures killing newly born livestock.

Black Vultures are smaller than turkey vultures, but both are still large birds. Both vultures have featherless heads though black vulture juveniles have feathers on their heads until they reach adulthood. Black vultures have keen eyesight but lack the sense of smell of turkey vultures.

There are two vultures commonly seen in Ohio, the Turkey Vulture and the Black Vulture. The Black Vulture is also monogamous and will stay with its partner for years.

You’ll often find black vultures staying close to turkey vultures who locate smelly, dead meals with their highly developed sense of smell. Studies have shown Turkey Vultures’ sense of smell is so sensitive that they can smell dead animals as far away as 8 miles.

Be on notice, if you find both vultures in your yard, you can expect vulture problems to ensue at some point because more than likely there is a dead animal on your property.

Vulture Problems near you: Rhododendrites, CC BY-SA 4.0 via Wikimedia Commons

The above is a Turkey Vulture with it’s uniquely colored red head. The stomach acid of vultures is so powerful that it allows them to eat rotting meat containing ruthless diseases like rabies, Black Plague, botulism, distemper, and anthrax and never have a problem.

In difficult times, Turkey and Black Vultures will come together as a group. For example, after a winter storm in Parma, Ohio, around 50 black and turkey vultures were found roosting communally in groups. Unfortunately, the vultures could not assist each other after the wet snow coated their feathers and freezing temperatures overwhelmed them during the evening.

If you find your vulture problems are more than you can handle, please call Ohio Bird Control, and we’ll find a solution to your vulture issues.

DAYTON REGION PHONE LINE
(937) 340-1867

COLUMBUS REGION PHONE LINE
(844) 544-9453

TOLEDO REGION PHONE LINE
(419) 603-7284

You’ll often see Turkey Vultures and Black Vultures together as seen in the photo below. However, unlike most other vultures, Black Vultures will kill animals so they can feed on fresh meat, and have been a problem for some Ohio livestock owners as reported here.

Black Vulture and its chicks. Call Ohio Bird Control if you are having vulture problems.
Call Ohio Bird Control if you are having turkey vulture problems.
Your vulture problems will double when Turkey Vultures and Black Vultures start hanging out together.

Ohio Bird Control’s Solutions To Vulture Problems

Below are a few ways that we might ease your pest vulture problems. Decoys, bird spikes, hanging shiny objects, and electronic systems are a few trade tools that can help control your vulture problems. But when your vulture issues become serious, it’s best to call Ohio Bird Control at one of our numbers, and we’ll make sure that we’ll find a solution to those bothersome vulture problems affecting your home or business.
Ohio Bid Control uses decoys for nuisance bird deterrents

Decoys

Many visual deterrents are proven to be highly effective against the specific birds they target. Ohio Bird Control has access to the most effective visual decoys on the market including scarecrows, fake eggs, and much more.
Ohio Bid Control uses bird spikes for nuisance bird deterrents

Bird Spikes

Anti-roosting bird spikes are fantastic deterrents for keeping birds out of specific areas like rooftops, windowsills, chimneys, and more. They require no maintenance whatsoever and are considered to be permanent, 100% effective fixes.

Ohio Bid Control uses hanging shiny objects for nuisance bird deterrents

Hanging Shiny Objects

Light-based repellents use highly-reflective materials which are often enhanced with patterns, colors, and designs which make for a more intense deterrent. Simply using the light from the Sun, these repellents can prove very useful.
Ohio Bid Control uses electronic systems for nuisance bird deterrents

Electronic Systems

Lasers, solar panels, and ultrasonic deterrents are among the most widely-used electronic bird deterrents on the market. Ohio Bird Control uses the most trusted, highest-quality products on the market for optimal results.

Ohio Bid Control suggest you remove water and food sources for nuisance bird deterrents

Remove Water And Food Sources

Often times, habitat modification is sufficient for deterring birds from gathering on your property. Removing water and food sources will eliminate two key criteria which make your property a target for birds in the first place.
Ohio Bid Control uses netting for nuisance bird deterrents

Bird Netting

Bird netting with heavy-duty materials like nylon helps create a physical barrier through which birds cannot pass. No matter the materials or mesh size, all of our netting’s effectiveness is guaranteed to be durable and effective.

DAYTON REGION PHONE LINE
(937) 340-1867

COLUMBUS REGION PHONE LINE
(844) 544-9453

TOLEDO REGION PHONE LINE
(419) 603-7284

Barnes Wildlife Control

DAYTON REGION
2651 Grange Hall Rd
Beavercreek, OH 45431
Phone: (937) 340-1867
Email: Go To Contact Form

Buckeye Wildlife Solutions

COLUMBUS REGION
P.O. Box 321
Lewis Center, OH 43035
Phone: (844) 544-9453
Email: Go To Contact Form

Buckeye Northwest Division

TOLEDO REGION
815 Morrison Road
Fremont Oh 42420
Phone: (419) 603-7284
Email: Go To Contact Form

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