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Crow
Crows are frequently a big agricultural pest bird due to their fondness for corn.
Geese
Goose Identification By definition, Canada Geese are not classified as pest birds and are afforded protection by Federal & State agencies.
Grackle
Grackles are boisterous, abundant members of the Troupial Family.
Gulls
Gulls and other related sea birds exist in great numbers along coastal areas, large lakes and rivers.
Pigeon
Pigeons are the most common type of pest bird in North America and they cause a variety of problems at all kinds of buildings.
Sparrow
The House Sparrow is the number two urban pest bird. Introduced as a species to North America
Starling
European Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) are one of the worst (and most hated) nuisance birds in the U.S.
Swallow
These slender, sleek birds are well known for their long migration and nesting habits.
Turkey Vulture
The Turkey Vulture won’t win any beauty contests. The birds’ shape and head look similar to a Turkey
Woodpecker
Woodpecker control can be tricky because this species is protected under the federal Migratory Bird Treaty Act as well as under state law in many areas.

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