I say you keep them there. They will only be there for awhile and they cant bother you that much. To avoid the birds coming back the next year, put something to block them from being able to make a nest. This is much better then knocking over the nest that took them so long to make.
You may, on the other hand, want to consider the damage that they could be doing to your home, as well as the over 60 diseases that their droppings can carry. Many of the diseases caused by bird droppings are caused by an airborne fungus, which, if allowed to circulate in your home, greatly increases your health risk.
You can evict the birds, perhaps with a Transonic Pro (http://www.bird-x.com/trans.html). It plays both sonic and ultrasonic sounds that makes birds feel extremely uncomfortable, which will probably cause them to leave. Visit http://www.bird-x.com for more information.
Destroy the nest after the young have fledged. Do not, however, disturb the eggs or young of any native species, because they are protected by law. Only non native species like starlings or house sparrows can have an active nest removed.
you can call the fire department to get them out
You can get rid of your feeder, or place your feeder lower to the ground, closer to the house, or you can get a feeder house wear your birds have to go inside of the house to feed, leaving them unexposed. It is very sad to see them die! And I know how great it is to watch them outside your window pecking and playing.
It is illegal to disturb nesting songbirds. They will leave on their own in a couple of weeks when the young fledge.
I'll fumigate them..
For nesting material, get rid of them fast
Try fake owls. You can buy them at wallmart. Owls eat other birds even predatorial birds.
Hawks are employed to get rid of nesting pigeons.
destie is what Hercules used to get rid of the Stymphalian birds.
Getting rid of wasps and bees is not a job for inexperienced people, and in some cases may be illegal. It is best to get professional advice.
If the bird is nesting you can not remove it until the young leave the nest.
Hawks are used in the underground to rid them of nesting pigeons
Female sea turtles get rid of salt in their body while nesting in order to keep sand out of their eyes. They have special glands designed to excrete salt, and the salt is excreted through their eyes.
A couple of ways to get rid of flies in the house include getting rid of their attractants and darkening the house.
There are a few options to get rid of bees nesting under a porch. he best thing to do is use wasp spray which will kill the bees and the nest. You can also block the nest so that they cannot get out and find food and survive.
You will need to purchase an insecticide and spray the nest. If you can't reach the nest, you will have to call professional exterminators.
How do i get rid of gress sanks in my house
I have nets all over my house...how do I get rid of them?
If you want them to suffer. ( like they've made us) you can put them in a water bottle with sun lotion. If you want to get rid of them and out of your house get spray sun lotion ( doesent matter SPF) and spray the outside wall of your house they'll die
Nuthatch birds are a species of about 25 different birds. These birds store seeds in the bark of the trees. This could sometimes cause damage but more than likely not. The best way to get rid of these birds if considered pest is to have a professional relocate the birds.
just leave it there.
As it is extremely difficult to get rid of worms getting in large numbers into your house after it rains you get rid of the house! It is easier and definitely solves the problem. I did it, moved house.
get it out of the house
As long as the birds aren't nesting, you can purchase a fake owl at your local home improvement store and install it where the birds normally roost. If the birds are nesting, wait until the babies have fledged (left the nest) and not returned for the night, then take down the nest and put the owl up. be sure to move the owl around occasionally so the birds don't learn that it isn't real. The owl is one of their natural predators, and its presence should deter them, but if it doesn't, try contacting your local fish and wildlife center for other safe ideas.