How to Tell the Difference Between a Dog and a Coyote

Coyotes are very common throughout Michigan, in both rural and urban areas. Keep this in mind the next time you bend down to pet that wandering canine in your community. In cases like this, always be sure that the canine is not, in fact, a coyote. Although coyotes have a natural fear of humans, they are still primitive and predatory, which means they are capable of attacking you. Not only can a coyote attack serious injure or maim a person or pet, it can also transmit a plethora of infectious diseases, such as Rabies.

If you live in an area where coyote spottings are common, it is wise to learn exactly what one looks like so that you can always tell the difference. Continue reading to learn a basic physical description of a Michigan coyote, and what you can do if they are a nuisance animal around your property.

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Michigan Coyotes

As members of the Canide family, both dogs and coyotes can easily resemble one another. Fortunately, the common coyote spotted here in Michigan have distinct features and behaviors that will allow you to easily tell the difference between them and domesticated dogs.

Here’s what to look for:

At first look, coyotes are covered in dense, thick fur, very similar to a dog’s coat, covering the neck and belly in full. The color of the fur coat is usually greyish-brown, but can vary between a light and dark gray, or warmer hues of brown.

In terms of size, coyotes tend to be slender and tall. Their fur makes them look much stockier than they really are. When fully grown, males can reach an average of 18 to 44 pounds, while females can grow to an average of 15 to 40 pounds.

Their faces are predator in style, with ears that point straight up and snouts that are slender and long. When they run or walk briskly, they carry their tails at the same level of their backs or lower. Dogs, and even gray wolves, carry their tails horizontally or vertically when running.

Coyotes are not necessarily nocturnal, but they are most active during sunset and sunrise, when people are usually not around. They are most populated in areas where there is an abundant source of food, water, and safe shelter. In countryside areas, they usually maintain an 8 to 12 square mile range. In urban areas they stay with a 2 to 5 mile range on average.

Breeding season in in late January, making March a time for newborn pups. Females generally give birth to more than one pup, usually between 4 and 7. They all stay in a den together until fall, when pups emerge and care for themselves.

When coyotes are not scavenging on garbage and compost piles, they keep a carnivorous diet in nature. Their diet commonly consists of mice, voles, shrews, rabbits, hares and squirrels. It may also include small amphibians, fish, insects, fruits, and seeds.

Coyote Control

If your property has a moderate to high level of coyote activity, it may be in your best interest to implement some safe and humane measures to protect your property and your loved ones, including your pets. Contact a local and trusted Michigan wildlife control expert for help safely and humanely abating nuisance coyotes in your neighborhood.

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What’s Causing All These Tunnels in My Yard?

Is your lawn starting to look more like a war zone rather than a grassy pasture due to animal tunneling? If so, now is the right time to take action. Otherwise, you can say goodbye to your green, glossy lawn forever. Animal tunneling is a common problem for homeowners in the Michigan areas, especially those who live close to a body of water. Not only can tunneling activity destroy the look of your lawn, it will also kill grass, crops, and plants. And the nuisance activity will only persist until someone intervenes.

Continue reading to learn which species of animal usually cause this sort of lawn damage, and what you can do to safely and humanely get rid of them.

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Animal Suspects

The two most common animals that practice underground tunneling are groundhogs and moles. Although voles and other species of wildlife are also known to exhibit the same behavior, their tunnels are not as noticeable from the surface.

Groundhogs, also known as woodchucks, create complex underground tunnel networks that contain separate entrances and exits. You can distinguish groundhog tunnels from other animals because they tend to be larger and wider, and have large openings around a foot wide.

Moles are subterranean mammals that have been biologically gifted with polydactyl forepaws, which allows them to dig intricate tunnel systems and search for grubs and worms. This activity causes above-ground lawn damage. You can tell you have a mole problem when your lawn has several tunnels that lead to mounds of dirt, known as “molehills.”

What You Can Do

Regardless of whether you have moles or groundhogs ruining your lawn, it is a problem that must be dealt with as soon as possible. Not only will these tunnels damage your lawn, crops, and plants, they can also temp other animals to use them, such as mice and rats. The best way to get rid of a nuisance animal problem is to contact a licensed Michigan wildlife removal and control company for non-lethal animal abatement services. Never attempt to touch, trap, harm, or kill a nuisance wild animal. There are laws that govern this practice, which is why a professional should always be contacted.

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Call Wicked Wildlife Removal at 248-621-3673 to get rid of moles or groundhogs in Michigan. We are a licensed, bonded, and insured wildlife removal company that provides real workable solutions for nuisance wildlife problems. We serve more than 25 municipalities within the Southeast Michigan areas with non-lethal, residential and commercial wildlife removal and control services at the most competitive prices around. Request free estimates and information, today.

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Interesting Facts About Beavers

Beavers might be mostly known for their dam building abilities along rivers and streams, but there is plenty more to know about these land and water mammals. Continue reading to learn some fun and interesting facts about beavers that you can share with your family and friends!

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Beaver Facts You May Not Know

The North American Beaver, also called the “Canadian beaver”, is scientifically referred to as Castor Canadensis, which makes them part of the Castor genus and Castoridae family. Not only are they large semiaquatic, rodents that are mostly nocturnal in nature, they are the largest rodent in North America. They have wide, flat tails that help them wade through water and sit up on land. They also use their tails to communicate with other beavers by slapping them on water to alert of nearby predators.

Here are some more interesting facts you may not know:

As semi-aquatic mammals, they can hold their breath and swim underwater for up to 15 minutes. They are fairly slow on land, but in the water they are very fast.

Beavers do not see very well, but their senses of hearing, smell, and touch are very keen.

Beaver teeth grow at a continuous rate. This helps protect them against exponential wear and tear caused by gnawing.

Beavers are mostly nocturnal, as most of their activity takes place between the hours of dusk and dawn.

Beavers are a colonizing species. They cooperatively live in groups and work together to survive.

Beaver dams are also known as “lodges”, and they are complexly engineered to have a flood-free floor that sits above the water’s surface.

Beavers do not hibernate in the winter. Instead, they store up on bark to eat through winter, and their insulated dens keep them warm enough until the season is over.

Beavers are vegetarians. They eat inner bark of trees, as well as, cattails, water lilies, and other types of aquatic vegetation. They really love fruit too, so protect your trees and gardens!

Beavers never really stop growing. They can reach up to 55 pounds and live up to 24 years.

Beaver Warning

Although beavers are interesting to learn about, they are not necessarily a good thing to have around. If you suspect that your property is being targeted by beavers, or you have noticed some increased beaver activity, contact a licensed Michigan wildlife removal and control company for professional intervention. They have the proper permits, training, and experience to provide safe, non-lethal beaver removal that adheres to the state and federal laws that govern wildlife.

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3 Ways To Get Rid of Skunks

If you have smelled skunk spray before, you know it is an unpleasant, putrid smell that lingers for a long time. It is no surprise that the scientific name for the skunk species is mephitis mephitis, which originates from the ancient Roman goddess of poisonous vapors, and literally translates to “bad odor bad odor.” But bad odors are not the only threat skunks pose; after all, they are considered a nuisance species for a reason.

Continue reading to learn more about skunk control, including 3 easy steps to getting rid of them for good.

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Nuisance Skunk Problems

Aside from odorous spraying, skunks will also cause property damage. They are well-known for digging up lawns in search of grubs to eat, which make yards look more like a construction site. Lawn damages caused by skunks can take several seasons to repair, which is incredibly frustrating for home and property owners who take pride in a beautiful and healthy landscape.

Another reason you don’t want skunks around is for safety. Skunks are known carriers of several infectious and transmissible diseases that can be passed along to both people and pets. For this reason, it is vital to always stay current on your pet’s annual vaccinations. Although less serious, you also do not want your curious little pet becoming a victim of a skunk spraying. If this happens, you can look forward to a tedious and smelly bath session. See our blog, “What To Do if a Skunk Sprays Your Dog” for some help on this matter.

As for getting rid of skunks themselves, try these three safe and humane approaches:

Eliminate their Food Source

As mentioned, skunks will dig up lawns and gardens looking for juicy grubs and other worms to eat. Of course, they will also steal any yields they find in the garden. See our blog, “3 Natural Ways to Get Rid of Lawn Grubs” to learn how to get started. To protect your gardens, try growing a natural fence that repels skunks and other wildlife, such as cucumbers or marigolds. They hate the prickly stems and leaves, and will not cross through them to get to your crops. Other food sources to eliminate include water dishes, pet food, compost, and garbage.

Eliminate Sources of Shelter

If skunks have several great hiding spots, they will prefer that area over others. The privacy and shelter gives them comfort because they feel safe from predators. If you have a lot of places on your property that would be perfect for a skunk hideout, you must get rid of them to thwart skunk activity. Things like log piles, hollowed tree trunks, and abandoned junk are perfect hiding spots for skunks. Make it harder for them to have privacy, and they will no longer feel safe on your property.

Use a Repellent

You can make a homemade, non-toxic repellent that is safe and humane to use against skunks, other wildlife, and the environment. All you need is a plastic spray bottle, some household spices or essential oils, and fresh water. Use ingredients like cayenne pepper, black pepper, menthol, peppermint, spearmint, or eucalyptus. Skunks hate these scents and sensations, and will stay far away from them. Simply spray the solution around the perimeter of your yard, and more generously in the areas where you notice heightened activity. Be sure to supervise pets outdoors while making these applications because this solution will also irritate their senses.

When skunks just won’t go away, contact a professional for Michigan Skunk Removal and Control!

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Contact Wicked Wildlife Removal at 248-621-3673 to discuss your nuisance skunk control needs with a friendly and knowledgeable specialist. We are a licensed, bonded, and insured wildlife removal company that offers affordable solutions for nuisance wildlife problems. We serve more than 25 municipalities within the Southeast Michigan areas at the most competitive prices around. Request free information or estimates, anytime.

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3 Natural Ways to Get Rid of Lawn Grubs

Why get rid of grub worms in your lawn? To prevent unwanted pests like raccoons, skunks, moles, and even rodents! Continue reading to learn three natural remedies for lawn grub removal.

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Grub worms mostly come from Japanese beetles who lay their eggs halfway through summer in sunny areas of a lawn. They live in the soil, where they feed on grass roots. This natural behavior can make your lawn resemble a camouflaged coat, as it kills patches of yard, leaving random blotches of brown, tan, and yellow grass.

But this is not the only reason why lawn grub presence is ominous. The presence of such larvae is a prime target for nuisance wildlife like skunks and raccoons. They will dig up lawns in search of juicy grubs to fill their bellies, leaving your lawn in ruins. And to make matters worse, they will come back night after night in search of more.

Treating and Detecting Grubs

Usually, to resolve a nuisance animal problem, a variety of methods are combined at once (or over a long or continuous period of time) for safe and effective results. Treating a grub worm problem is one common approach for reducing pest activity around residential properties. The first step in doing so is to identify a grub worm problem. Once you are sure grub worms are to blame, you can move forward with an application of treatment.

To detect a grub worm outbreak, cut into your grass and pull back a quarter of a square foot of sod to reveal the soil beneath. Dig through the soil and count how many grub worms you find; more than 5 in this patch size is considered an infestation. Do not count earth worms.

Natural Treatment Options

Although you can purchase over-the-counter chemical pesticides that are scientifically formulated to eradicate a grub worm infestation without jeopardizing the quality of your grass, many people prefer a chemical-free method. This is especially true for those with outdoor pets and domesticated animals, like cats, dogs, and livestock. It is recommended to treat for grub worms in the late summer or fall, when precipitation is low and they are still small in size. In the spring and early summer, the worms are too large and no longer eating, making them close to impossible to treat.

Three of the most common natural methods to getting rid of lawn grubs include neem oil, milky spores, and beneficial nematodes. These remedies are made from natural ingredients, making them non-toxic and chemical-free. They are both safe and effective to use on any lawn.

Neem oil is a botanical pesticide that retains several effective insecticidal properties. It is commonly used for skin care, it is also effective at killing Japanese beetles before they can lay their eggs. All you do is mix the oil with some water inside a plastic spray bottle, and then spray the solution around your lawn in the affected areas.

Milky spore is a surprising eco-friendly option that works well at killing off grub worms, since it is essentially a disease. But you can use this disease against menacing lawn grubs by incorporating it into the affected soil. Not only does it kill grub worms, it will continue to spread its spores, thus preventing future outbreaks.

Beneficial nematodes are tiny worms that live in soil and release a bacteria that infects grub worms. Once infected, grub worms dies, decompose, and never come back! Nematodes can be purchased as a liquid, and applied in the same way as neem oil.

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Tips for Using Motion Detection Sprinklers for Wildlife Control

Are you having trouble with nuisance wildlife? Are animals like rabbits and squirrels destroying your lawns and gardens? Motion detection sprinklers are a terrific and affordable method for diverting nuisance wildlife away from your property. Not only are they safe and humane for animals, people, and the surrounding environment, they are also very affordable and easy to install.

Continue reading to learn some helpful tips for setting up your motion detection sprinkler.

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Michigan Wildlife Removal and Control 248-621-3673


You can buy a wide variety of animal-repelling motion detecting sprinklers on the market, all ranging in capacity, quality, and price. They are available for purchase online, or at home improvement and gardening stores. Your local department store, such as Meijer® or Target®, may also have options in their home and garden section. Depending on the type you choose and how many come in a set, you can expect to pay anywhere between $30 and $75.

Although motion detection sprinklers are designed to be ultra safe animal repellent devices, they can’t do all the work. There are some strategies you can implement when setting up your sprinkler system to maximize their effectiveness. Here’s what you can do:

Environmental Modifications

Take a closer look at your property and think about what it is that’s attracting pests. The most common reasons are food and water. Before you set up your sprinklers, make the proper changes to your premise in order to thwart nuisance wildlife activity. This includes removing all food and water sources, such as pet bowls, bird baths, squirrel feeders, and more. It also includes protecting gardens with natural fencing or chicken wire, as well as, minimizing sources of shelter (i.e. old jungle gyms, log piles, voids beneath porch or patio, etc.).

Choose a Smart Location

The location of your animal-repelling motion detecting sprinklers is an integral part of maximizing their efficacy. Choose a spot that gets the most wildlife activity. Also be sure the sprinkler is facing away from anything you wish to protect or keep dry. Keep in mind that these sprinkler systems cover a large radius, so you can spread them out if you have more than one. In fact, many homeowners require more than one, which is why many products come in a set.

Customize the Radius

Whether you are using one or more sprinklers, it helps to fine-tune the radius settings to your liking. You may need to avoid spraying sidewalks or playgrounds, or you may need to increase the settings for a stronger and wider range. In addition to customized radius settings, you can also adjust the sensitivity of the detection technology to go off in the presence of large or small animals.

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How to Protect Your Lawn From Mole Damage

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In the animal kingdom, moles are fossorial mammals that have a subterranean way of life. This means they are skilled at digging and mostly live and forage underground in a network of entrenched tunnels. As for homeowners, moles can be quite the pest when it comes to lawns and gardens.

You see, moles are insectivores, so they primarily consume a wide range of insects. Some of their favorites include invertebrates like earthworms, grubs, ants, and millipedes, all of which can be found underneath your lawn.

If you are experiencing animal mole damage on your property, it is time for you to take action before the problem gets worse. Fortunately, there are several safe and humane methods you can use to get rid of moles. Continue reading to learn how you can reduce animal activity on your property.

Get Rid of Moles in Gardens

This time of year, our gardens are very important to us since we don’t get warm weather and sunshine all year long here in Michigan. So when we come to find that our gardens have been plundered overnight by pesky moles, it can be quite frustrating to say the least. One of the safest and most eco-friendly methods for protecting gardens from animal moles is to create a natural barrier using plants that grow complex stem systems.

Plants and flowers such as daffodils, fritillaries, cucumbers, onions, garlic, scallions, shallots, leeks, and marigolds have prickly stems and unpleasant smells that nuisance wildlife often avoid. If food is not easily accessible, moles will not really go out of their way to get some. Mole plants and castor beans are additional options for a natural barrier fence, however they are poisonous, and should be used with caution around children and pets.

Get Rid of Moles in Lawns

There are several safe and humane options you can use to get rid of moles in your lawn. One of the safest and most eco-friendly methods is to make your own homemade, non-toxic nuisance wildlife repellent spray. All you need is a plastic spray bottle, clean water, and a few household spices or essential oils. Moles hate scents like menthol, eucalyptus, peppermint, cayenne pepper, and of course castor oil. Simply mix the ingredients together and spray around the perimeter of your lawn or in areas where you’ve noticed mole activity. Another of effective option is to have your lawn treated for grub worms and other targeted insects.

Still Can’t Stop Moles?

If moles are a persistent problem on your property, your best course of action is professional intervention. Contact a local and licensed Michigan wildlife removal and control company for safe and humane animal mole abatement service. Not only can they extract moles, they can animal proof your property to reduce the likelihood of moles and other nuisance wildlife from returning in the future.

Professional Mole Pest Removal

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Call Wicked Wildlife Removal at 248-621-3673 to get rid of moles in Michigan. We are a licensed, bonded, and insured wildlife removal company that provides real workable solutions for nuisance wildlife problems. We serve more than 25 municipalities within the Southeast Michigan areas with non-lethal, residential and commercial wildlife removal and control services at the most competitive prices around. Request free estimates and information, anytime.

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3 Ways to Keep Nuisance Rabbits Off Your Property

Rabbits and bunnies are cute, but they are not very polite when it comes to your lawns and gardens. Rabbits are known to be quite nuisance to homeowners in the Michigan areas, especially this time of year. If you are noticing increased rabbit activity around your yard, continue reading to learn how you can safely and humanely put a stop to their destruction.

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Here are 3 Safe and Effective Ways to Get Rid of a Rabbit Problem:

Environmental Modifications

The best way to stop rabbits from coming to your yard is to make changes to your property’s landscaping. There are a few ways to do this. If you have a garden, clean it up. Be sure to weed your garden and mow your lawn every week to keep grass, brush piles, and weeds low. If rabbits cannot hide, they will not risk trespassing onto your property.

If there is a void beneath your porch or patio, it is wise to block those off with chicken wire, mesh, or similar light-weight fencing material. On the subject of fencing, installing a fence around your property is an effective way to thwart interest in rabbits. Although they can dig a hole and come out on the other side, it is unlikely they will go to such lengths when there are other areas that are easier to access.

You can also install tree guards. These will help protect your tree from rabbit damages during the winter season since nuisance rabbits are known to feed on the tissue between the bark and the wood. The most common tree and shrub species targeted by rabbits include pear, apple, crabapple, roses, honey locust, redbud, flowering quince, barberry, serviceberry, raspberries, and burning bush or winged euonymus.

All-Natural Deterrents

Aside from making proper environmental modifications, you also have the option of using scent and taste deterrents. There are several smells and flavors that rabbits hate. These include strong herbs like menthol, peppermint, spearmint, and eucalyptus. They also dislike common household spices, like cinnamon, cayenne pepper, black pepper, and garlic. You can also plant garlic and marigolds in your garden; these two plants are known to discourage rabbits. Simply mix these ingredients with water and spray them around the perimeter of your lawn and gardens. These are safe and non-lethal to wildlife and plants, including the rabbits themselves!

Electronic Repellent Machines

For those who love technology, electronic repellent machines are a great option. There are two different kinds that tend to work well for rabbits. The first are a grouping of products that are motion-activated, and the others are simply radios. By keeping a radio on a talk station during peak rabbit activity times, they will think humans are around and steer clear of the area. After sometime, they will think the area is unsafe since it is populated by humans. Motion-activated products sometimes emit light, sound, or ultrasonic waves, all of which work well to deter nuisance wildlife.

Get Rid of Nuisance Wildlife in Michigan

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Wicked Wildlife Removal Has Your Solution to Summer Nuisance Animal Problems

Summertime is a prime time for nuisance wildlife to emerge. When the weather is nice and the precipitation is low, all sorts of animals come out of their winter dens to cause all sorts of trouble for property owners.

If you are dealing with an abundance of nuisance wildlife problems this season, let the licensed and insured specialists at Wicked Wildlife Removal implement workable solutions that are safe and affordable!

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Protect Yourself and Your Home

Not only can nuisance wildlife present several health and safety dangers to both people and pets, they can also cause numerous kinds of interior and exterior destruction, which can cost homeowners a lot of money and time the longer they persist. These kinds of damages are known to increase very quickly, and in a very little amount of time. For this reason, it is critical to stop a wildlife infestation or issue as soon as possible; never wait to take action!

Wicked Wildlife Removal is at your service 24 hours a day and 7 days a week with the safe and humane wild animal control solutions you can trust!

Why Trust Us

Our teams of licensed, bonded, and insured wildlife control specialists provide a wide range of non-lethal residential and commercial wildlife removal and control services for a large number of species native to Michigan. Animals like bats, raccoons, skunks, rabbits, snakes, moles, beavers, and many alike, stand no chance of hiding from our skilled professionals!

Not only do we hold the latest technologies and state-of-the-art equipment in the wildlife abatement industry, out team has more than a decade of experience. Furthermore, we use a meticulous and concentrated approach to accurately identify, locate, extract, and exclude any species of nuisance wildlife using a variety of non-lethal methods, including live traps, artificial hormones, state of the art luminosities, and automated static noise devices.

Safe and Humane Wildlife Removal

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We have spent over 10 years cultivating and improving the best possible methods to effectively and affordably get rid of animal infestations from residential and commercial properties. From comprehensive inspections and animal removal, to professional exclusion, cleaning, restoration, post service checkups, and more, you can count on Wicked Wildlife Removal for safe and effective wildlife control in Michigan at a price you can afford. Call our office at 248-621-3673 to speak with a friendly company manager about your nuisance wildlife control options, anytime.

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Signs That Suggest You Have Nesting Birds on Your Property

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There are three common signs that tell you birds are nesting nearby on your property. This is not always a bad situation, so long as birds do not become a nuisance to your home or building. However, if you have nesting birds on your property, the chances of developing a bird infestation problem in your chimney, attic, and rooftop is much higher. It is wise to contact a local and licensed Michigan wildlife control company for professional bird-proofing services you can trust.

But before you pick up the phone to schedule an on-site inspection, take a closer look at your property to see if the signs of nesting are present. Continue reading to learn what to look, or listen, for!

Where Birds Live

Bird nests are usually camouflaged in nature, or at least the best ones are. Since it is not likely that you will be able to spot one with your eyes, you have to pay close attention to other signs. First, if you have a property full of bushes, shrubs, trees, and overgrown flora, there is a much higher chance that birds are living nearby. If you live near a body of water, like a pond or creek, you can increase those chances even more.

Here are the top signs to look for:

Destruction and Damage

Birds require materials to build their nests, so they will wander around your property collecting items like grass, feathers, trash, and more. Look for torn up grass, grass clippings, de-threaded rugs, ripped window screens, and down feather debris. These items are common materials used to build bird nests in urban areas. If you happen to see a bird with a beak full of similar materials, keep an eye on it to see where it goes. Hopefully, it heads to a bush or tree, rather than your roof or chimney.

Concentrated Activity

Birds do not hang out in places for no reason. If there is a concentration of bird activity on your property, but there is no bird feeder or bath nearby, it is highly likely that you have found their nesting area. Watch to see birds take flight to and from this area to get an idea of where the nest could be.

Excessive Bird Chatter

Birds make noises, and most often, we enjoy the sounds of their chirps, chatter, and songs. But if you notice excessive bird noise on your property that sounds more like racket than harmony, it could be because you have a colony of birds nesting nearby. In fact, if you hear nasal whining sounds, it is likely baby birds hankering to be fed.

Do You Have a Nuisance Bird Problem in Michigan?

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