We understand the great need to protect public and private property from the risks of birds, such as pigeons, sparrows, and starlings. These birds infest public areas, houses, hospitals, schools, food manufacturing, processing and service establishments (among many others). If you have a bird infestation, Mena Shield can help! We offer an extensive line of bird deterrents to help solve bird problems in commercial, industrial and residential settings. Our team of bird control experts can help remedy any existing bird problem while deterring them from coming back in the future.


Mena Shield employs a humane ways to control birds. Only cultural and physical control methods are used to control birds. We use the latest technologies to ensure the optimum bird management. – Inspection is the first step in designing a plan to control any type of pests. Our pest control experts inspect your facility to determine location and level of infestation, and most importantly to identify the type of bird. Most pest control methods are species-specific.

Birds are controlled by:

  • Relocating their nests.
  • Using different effective repellents to prevent birds from landing on specific surfaces.
  • Using humane traps and bird nettings. The most optimum method will be explained after our assessment and inspection.
– Finally, Mena Shield’s supervisors and technicians follow-up and perform frequent inspections to ensure that no future infestations will take place.


They are just birds. What harm could they do? The answer is a great deal! A roosting bird may not initially seem dangerous, but a population of birds are usually associated with several potential hazards.

Birds causes damage through:

– Health risks & diseases Birds may carry more than 50 diseases and ectoparasites that are transmittable to humans. Birds can transmit diseases through their droppings, contaminating food and water and the bird itself. In spite of transmitting diseases, bird droppings can be slippery causing serious risk on pavements. Some types of pest birds attacks people unprovoked like crows and gulls. – Property damage Bird droppings are acidic which means it stains and corrode metals, brickwork and stonework. Nests and nesting materials can clog pipes and flues leading to water blockage or even worse, fires. – Secondary insect infestations Birds contain a group of parasite that can lead to secondary infestations. Mites, ticks and fleas are examples of parasites associated with birds. – Cleanup costs Birds always leave a huge mess of dropping, feathers and nesting materials behind. Cleaning up after birds, costs way more than controlling them.