About Bird Barrier

At Bird Barrier® we realize that you, our customers, are our most important asset. We’ll always do our best to promptly meet your needs whether it’s shipping an order or answering your questions about our about-us-page and how to use them. We enjoy hearing from you, so please feel free to contact us. Se habla Español.

20925 Chico Street
Carson, CA 90746
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310-527-8000 Outside the US
310-527-8005 fax
8:00 am – 5:00 pm Pacific
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Bird Barrier® is America’s leading manufacturer and supplier of pest bird control products and services. We specialize in urban bird control to remove pest birds humanely and effectively.

In business since 1993, Bird Barrier® America has led the way with innovative technologies designed to prevent birds from landing, roosting or nesting. Our main offices are located in Carson, CA.

Our best selling bird control product is our Bird-Flite bird spikes. Stainless steel construction ensures an extensive and effective service life for protection against pigeons and similarly sized nuisance birds.

Bird Barrier® also introduced the first electrical shock system designed to keep birds off surfaces. StealthNet is our brand of bird netting that is used for total exclusion. Impenetrable by birds, it creates a barrier that is extremely effective and minimally visible. An attractive bird control option for aesthetically sensitive applications.

Birdwire, Bird-Coil, Daddi Long Legs, and BirdSlide are about-us-page that we offer that work great to control pigeons, starlings, sparrows, grackles, geese, gulls, crows, and swallows.

Our sister site for open space bird control will provide a wealth of information regarding new technologies designed to work where other systems can’t. Please visit Eagle Eye Bird Control.

The entire team at Bird Barrier® would like to thank you for your business and would like to remind you that we are here to help, from 8am – 8pm EST by calling 1-800-NO-BIRDS. We look forward to solving your pest bird control problems.

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