We have extensive experience treating these birds

A Class Bird Control supply and install a range of effective, unobtrusive and humane bird control systems that are designed to safeguard buildings and working environments. We have protected buildings such as domestic houses, hospitals, factories, warehouses, aircraft hangers and food manufacturing buildings.

All staff are fully qualified and licenced with over 20 years experience.

As Victoria’s leading bird control specialists we provide years of experience offering the widest range of bird control services and techniques to tackle any bird problem.


Identification: The House or English Sparrow “is a brown, chunky bird, about 5.75 inches long.” Sparrows are commonly found around human-made habitats. “The male has a distinctive black bib, white cheeks, a chestnut mantle around the gray crown, and chestnut-colored feathers on the upper wings. The female and young have plane, dingy-gray breast, a distinct … Continue reading Sparrow

Indian Myna

Australia – History and why they are a threat. In Australia, the Common Myna is an invasive pest. They are now often the predominant bird in urban areas all along the East coast. In a 2008 popular vote, the bird was named “The Most Important Pest/Problem” in Australia, also earning the nickname “flying rats” due … Continue reading Indian Myna


The feral pigeon is a descendant of the domestic homing pigeons introduced to Australia from European settlers. Feral pigeon flocks have increased in numbers and dominate the urban landscape, agriculture and country towns due to the availability of: Food No access to water or food. Secure breeding sites. As a result, there has been an … Continue reading Pigeon


Background Silver Gulls, commonly known as “seagulls”, are Australian native birds that are part of our coastal Environment, and as such they are protected under the Victorian Wildlife Act 1975. Under this Legislation it is an offence to harm. Kill, destroy, take or injure protected wildlife by any means without a permit. In recent years … Continue reading Seagulls

Common Starling

History and distribution Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) are native to Eurasia and northern Africa. It is now a global species having been introduced and become established in South Africa and North America. They were introduced into Australia and New Zealand in the mid 1880’s, both by acclimatisation societies and by others, in the vain hope that … Continue reading Common Starling