Wildlife Control Specialists  

For bird removal services in
mid-atlantic states, please call us at 1-888-758-6572


To learn about other services that Wildlife Control Specialists offers, visit these sites:
Squirrel removal
Bat exclusion and removal
Skunk removal

Got Birds?

We Can Help with our Bird Control and Bird Removal Solutions!

We offer a complete set of products and services which allows us to deliver integrated solutions to complex bird related issues. Our portfolio of Products and Services includes:

  • Falconry Based Bird Abatement
  • Bird Spike Systems
  • Electric Shock Systems
  • Bird Wire Systems
  • Bird Slide/Slope Systems
  • Bird Netting Systems
  • Sound Device Systems
  • Laser Systems
  • Visual Deterrents
  • Trapping

Falcons2 is a Division of Wildlife Control Specialists, LLC. Click here to learn more about our Parent Company. Licensed and certified by the State of NJ to trap wildlife and address wildlife related issues.

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Serving Mid-Atlantic States

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Mid-Atlantic Buildings & Facilities Management Show & Conference

Wildlife Control Specialist will be exhibiting at the 8th Annual Mid-Atlantic Building & Facilities Management Show and Conference at the Garden State exhibit Center on November 6th & 7th. If you plan to be there, stop by and see us!

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It’s for the Birds: Restoring the Raptor Population

RapConsWCS390They may not be on the payroll of the typical wildlife control company, but raptors work hard to keep the population of rodents and other nuisance animals in check. Unfortunately, many species of birds of prey have decreased in numbers due to habitat loss and inadequate nesting spaces.

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