The Best Way to Rescue Birds
It’s not always the same routine of rodent and raccoon inspections at Critter Control. Sometimes the call we get involves the odd creature in the fireplace, loose in a store or warehouse, or even trapped in playground equipment. In these instances, Critter Control was called to rescue and release these raptors.
Owl In Houston Chimney
Critter Control of Houston, TX removed this owl from a fireplace and released it unharmed. The owl had fallen down the fireplace chimney and was trapped in the smoke shelf. A simple chimney cap was installed and nothing will be entering this customer’s fireplace again.
Owl In Columbus Fireplace
Critter Control of Columbus also removed an owl from a fireplace and released it. A quick installation of a chimney cap solved this problem from occurring again.
Hawk Rescued from Michigan Warehouse
Critter Control of SW Michigan removed a Cooper’s Hawk that had been in a warehouse for 4 days. It was escorted outside, where it flew off unharmed.
Hawk Removed from Nashville Home
Critter Control of Greater Nashville recently removed a hawk from a home. This was the third raptor rescue for CC of Nashville. It seems like the raptors in Nashville like to find their way inside homes.
Nashville Owl Rescue
This poor owl found itself tangled in a soccer net in Nashville, TN. Critter Control of Nashville untangled this poor creature and it left dazed, but otherwise unhurt. The owl was so thankful for being removed from the net, that it allowed the manager to use his bare hands to untangle the net. This bird has extremely sharp talons and a beak that could’ve easily removed flesh from his hands.
If you need help with wildlife in or around your home, please call Critter Control at 1-800-CRITTER.
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