- Distributed widely across the world, woodpeckers are known for their loud food-seeking behaviors.
- By drilling holes into trees, the birds gain access to a variety of insects.
- Even though the birds possess remarkably small brains, they are able to accomplish astounding feats.
Common Woodpecker Damages
- Creating frequent loud, obnoxious noises, woodpeckers inflict structural damage on the sides of buildings, eaves, and trim boards.
- The size of holes will vary depending on whether the birds are looking for food or constructing nests.
- Additionally, woodpecker activity leaves trees susceptible to pest insects, infection and disease, and even death.
Woodpecker Control and Removal
When woodpecker populations get out of hand, contact Critter Control. Our technicians are trained in humane and thorough pest removal and are familiar with woodpecker behavior. Turning to our team of wildlife removal specialists ensures all the people and birds involved remain free of injury and disease.
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Drumming noises? Holes in your wood siding? Woodpeckers pecking and damaging your house? These sounds and damage may well be due to woodpeckers. Call Critter Control today for effective prevention of woodpecker damage.