Bird Control Advisory - Project Consultant
Bird Control Consultant for Architects, Engineers, Facilities Managers, Design-Builders, & Installers
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About

Preventing and Solving Urban Pest Bird Problems

In Brief

Bird Control Advisory (BCA) is a woman owned and managed professional services firm based on consulting in a niche trade. Our services act as a marriage of the pest control industry and the architectural/engineering community.

On one side BCA acts as the project owner’s trusted resource for quality research, expertise, analysis, budgetary reviews, report writing, and quality assurance related to the proper planning for implementation of a bird mitigation or remediation project. BCA gathers all the necessary data regarding structural design, environmental conditions, and cost considerations, then generates the necessary documents and provides quality assurance oversight through final installation of systems. Frequent markets for our services include firms that design mass transit systems, aviation entities, governmental agencies, stadiums and hospitality sites, healthcare facilities, and historic restoration projects.

Alternatively, BCA works with bird control industry service providers and installers to ensure best practices through individual projects and general business. Our goal is to help our clients achieve their goals of profitability, managerial ease, risk reduction, and more. Let us know how your challenges and we can help. 


Certified WBE, DBE, & SBE

Bird Control Advisory (BCA) is certified as a Woman Owned Business Enterprise (WBE) by the City of New York and the Port Authority of New York And New Jersey for Bird Mitigation & Design related services. Additionally, we are certified as a Disadvantaged Business Entity (DBE) from the US Department of Transportation's Federal program and a Small Business Entity (SBE) from the US Small Business Administration. Services applicable include assisting architecture and engineering firms with our Birdproof By Design as part of Naics Codes: 

  1. 541690 Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services
  2. 561670 Bird Proofing Services
  3. 541611 Administrative Management & General Management Consulting Services
  4. 541618 Other Management Consulting Services

Products & Systems

Bird Control Products Are Tools. Project Success Is By Design & Workmanship.

Philosophically, it shouldn't matter to a customer which brand of components are used. All they REALLY care about is that the problem is averted or solved. Most clients don't ask their painter which brand of paint they use as long as it meets the aesthetic and functional needs of the project. Our experience includes evaluation and use of all types of systems

We design integrated systems with "or-equal" in mind and limit proprietary or sole-source for extreme applications when they are truly warranted. Our projects include components made by all the leading supply companies:

  • Bird Barrier
  • Bird B Gone
  • Bird-X
  • Nixalite
  • and others... 

Our experience includes evaluation and use of all types of systems. Some are clearly more effective in particular applications. Some have little value at all when applying to the design or construction of a new building. Programs commonly include use of:

  • Knotted Braided UV Protected Polyethylene Mesh Netting
  • Flat Based Electric Track Systems
  • Wire (non-electric) Barriers For Pigeons or Gulls
  • Stainless Steel Bird Spikes
  • and more depending on the circumstances...

Target Species

Bird Control Advisory Targets Urban Pest Birds That Plague Buildings & Structures:

  Pigeons  – The majority of our work focuses on the elimination of problems associated with Pigeons. Though beloved by those who keep and care for them, the minor and significant infestation of these so-called “flying rats” leads to costly problems for a facility and should be expeditiously addressed. Pigeons reside on sheltered, recessed ledges such as those on historic buildings and under roadways and bridges in and around urban areas. 

Pigeons – The majority of our work focuses on the elimination of problems associated with Pigeons. Though beloved by those who keep and care for them, the minor and significant infestation of these so-called “flying rats” leads to costly problems for a facility and should be expeditiously addressed. Pigeons reside on sheltered, recessed ledges such as those on historic buildings and under roadways and bridges in and around urban areas. 

  Starlings  – A medium sized migratory bird which travels and roosts in large numbers. Though more commonly found in trees, when Starlings occupy your façade or facility the noise and mess can be trying. 

Starlings – A medium sized migratory bird which travels and roosts in large numbers. Though more commonly found in trees, when Starlings occupy your façade or facility the noise and mess can be trying. 

  Sparrows  – The smallest of our targeted pest birds, Sparrows find their way in to buildings and struggle to find their way out. Netting systems keep these pest birds out of spaces as small as ¾” to eliminate nesting and roosting on ceiling beams and rafters of hangars and indoor locations or in rooftop HVAC systems and decorative features on historic buildings. 

Sparrows – The smallest of our targeted pest birds, Sparrows find their way in to buildings and struggle to find their way out. Netting systems keep these pest birds out of spaces as small as ¾” to eliminate nesting and roosting on ceiling beams and rafters of hangars and indoor locations or in rooftop HVAC systems and decorative features on historic buildings. 

  Gulls  – The largest of our targeted pest birds, Gulls size and behavior make the resulting problems even greater.  Gulls continue to inhabit more inland roosts with their need for constant food sources during off season months for coastal and wetland areas.  Projects include both façade and rooftop work on buildings designing effective deterrent systems for ledges and open areas against these territorial birds.

Gulls – The largest of our targeted pest birds, Gulls size and behavior make the resulting problems even greater.  Gulls continue to inhabit more inland roosts with their need for constant food sources during off season months for coastal and wetland areas.  Projects include both façade and rooftop work on buildings designing effective deterrent systems for ledges and open areas against these territorial birds.