Peacock Removal, Peacock Proofing and Trapping

Peacock Removal and Peacock Proofing and Trapping

Peacock Removal Services:

  • Peacock Removal Services:
  • Peacock Removal
  • Peacock Trapping
  • Peacock Proofing
  • Peacock Control

Peacocks may look beautiful from a distance but they can be very destructive animals. Throughout North Florida including Peacock Control, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Ponte Vedra, Sawgrass, St Augustine, Fernandina Beach and the surrounding areas, Quick Catch handles Peacock Removal and Peacock Control. These pests can be very aggressive and should only be handled by a professional wildlife removal company.

Peacock Damage

Do peacocks harm people or property?

The large birds may be aggressive during mating season and peck, bite, kick, and scratch with their sharp beaks and powerful feet. While searching for food, peafowl tear up lawns, gardens, and flowerbeds. Automobiles may suffer from the presence of peafowl, as the birds attack their own reflections in windshields and shiny paint jobs. During the early morning and the late evening, peacocks give extremely loud, shrill cries, making large numbers of the birds intolerable in residential neighborhoods.

Do peacocks enter homes or yards?

Peafowl do not generally enter homes but can become serious nuisances in residential yards. Owners who do not take the proper steps to condition their birds to stay within the bounds of their property quickly lose peafowl. Peacocks and peahens enter yards to roost in trees for the night, wander into the street to stand on cars, and even fly up onto rooftops.

Peacock Removal

There are many ways to remove Peacocks from your property including bird netting and bird spikes.
For large numbers of peacocks our remote control drop net system would’ve most effective. Wildlife control experts should be consulted in the face of peafowl problems because the birds can be tricky to trap. The birds can often be captured by experts and relocated to responsible pet owners or peafowl refuges across the country. Quick Catch is specially equipped and expertly trained to handle your Peacock problems as well as any other wildlife problems you are having.

Peacock Appearance

Colorful iridescent green and blue plumage make peacocks attractive animals. Their distinctive trains, made up of long, colorful feathers that cover their tails, often sport large eye spots known as ocelli. Peacocks can spread their trains into large, impressive fans behind themselves, which makes them appear larger in order to woo potential mates or frighten predators. Peahens are more subdued and have camouflaged feathers that help them blend into their surroundings.

Peacock Control and Safety

Peacock RemovalWhen cornered, peafowl scratch and peck, so individuals should never attempt to handle the birds directly. Spraying peafowl with hoses often drives them away. Securing outdoor pet food or feeding pets indoors discourages activity by removing an accessible food source. Compost heaps attract insects that peafowl like to eat, so removing or fencing in garbage and compost is another way to make yards less attractive to the birds.

The name Peacock refers to a Male and Peahen refers to a Female. They are ground feeding birds which mean that they seek food that either grows in the ground or has fallen from a tree. Peafowl live on a diet of insects, small reptiles and mammals, berries, figs, leaves, seeds, and flower parts.

Quick Catch specializes in Peacock Removal, Peacock Trapping, and complete Peacock Control solutions.

If you are having an issue with peacocks or need repair or an estimate on intrusion prevention services, Call 904-859-6585 to speak to a Quick Catch representative, or Contact Quick Catch to get your problem resolved.

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