We are looking for dedicated specialist in select areas.

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Bird Removal

Enjoy the most satisfying working experience.

In the humane wildlife removal industry, as our newest Bird Rescue and Relocation Specialist with full time and part time positions available.

We are currently accepting applications in these select areas

Washington

Utah

Oregon

California

Safe Haven represents some of the largest grocery store, big box supermarkets, and food distribution centers throughout half the country under FDA regulations. A Bird Rescue and Relocation Specialist means you will help solve bird-related problems for our clients. By possessing the necessary skills to humanely rescue birds on the fly. A Bird Rescue and Relocation Specialist will have the ability to pattern birds, identify the species of birds, appropriately handle birds, and implement state of the art, patent-pending methodologies’ to rescue birds from any and all large facilities under FDA government guidelines.

Greeted as a professional by our customers.

After training, our specialists will have the ability to:

• Build a name as a professional

• Complete a project from start to finish

• Represent a nationwide brand with key accounts

• Work independently

• Build relationships with key accounts

• Offer complete recommendations and solutions as a consultant

• Must be willing to travel to accounts and commit to rescue

Compensations

*Full-time specialists can make up to $4,000 a month

*Part-time specialists can make up to $1,000 a month

*based on ability and willingness to travel

Smart birds open doors

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No Shoot, No Harm, No Fowl.

Have you ever heard of birds opening doors? If you have then this may come to no surprise that birds are capable of learning to open sensor doors with just a few swooping passes but can they open bay doors? 

 

Birds that open doors

Have a issue with birds outsmarting Your commercial technology?

Awesome video of bird opening automated doors from the UK by Paul Rippon

 

Safe Haven specialist on site first hand experience watching a bird open doors

 

Download our helpful flyer

Receive a free consultation, see how your facility stands against unwanted birds.

Safe Haven Report A Bird

        By joining our Report a Bird Program you will gain faster access to reporting any signs of birds in your facility, receive safety materials to help inform your staff on how to respond, report and prevent Birds in your facility and around your property. 

Baby birds found outside of the nest.

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Found a baby bird?

So, you look down and there it is, a baby bird is out of her nest. what do you do?

What to do?

A large belief is that the touch of a human to a baby bird is harmful, that the parents won't recognize their young after human contact this is, in fact, a myth. Birds don't use scent to recognize their young.
So what to do about baby birds?
  1. First, see if the chick is a nestling or a fledgling. A fledgling will be able to hop or walk it will also more than likely be feathered. If the chick doesn't have the ability to walk or hop and is featherless the chances are you have a nestling and the nest is close by but could be hidden.
  2. After determining whether you have a nestling or fledgling you can make the decision to either move the fledging away from a harmful area such as roads, sidewalks, stores, this may just give the fledging a little better chance at survival.
  3. If you are dealing with a nestling, try locating the nest. Nestlings can't travel too far from their nest on their own so the nest should be close by. After you have located the nest you can carefully return the nestling(Be mindful some parental birds do not like visitors)

 

 

Fledgling

Bird in hand

Nestling

hungry chicks in birds nest

Protect your local grocery store.

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Bird Removal
Protect your local grocery store.

No Shoot, No Harm, No Fowl.

At Safe Haven, we provide comprehensive wild bird removal services to commercial facilities

About Safe Haven Wildlife Removal

Protecting our Local Communities

At Safe Haven, appropriate bird removal and protecting our local communities is our passion! Every job poses a new unique challenge we love solving. Safe Haven wants every facility to be prepared and aware of avian problems, procedures, and occurrences. 

Bird in the store? Fill out the form.

As a customer, employee, or owner, Safe Haven has now provided the ability to report a bird as soon as one is spotted in a facility. Being able to address avian sightings before they become avian problems can be key to keeping your facilities and our communities safe. After Safe Haven is contacted for a bird sighting our first responders will take action, contacting the store manager in attempts to confirm the sighting. Our first responders will then proceed to address the avian situation if one is current, by walking the store through some simple steps to help free the bird from the facility. If this shows little to no effect a work order can be placed into Safe Haven and out first responders will have the avian issues solved in as soon as  2 hours depending on location and situation.  

City, Street, State
if applicable
 Our objective at Safe Haven is to Partner with facilities by enhancing community “EIL” through Safe Haven Bird Rescue and Relocation Services.
Safe Haven Wildlife Removal proposes to help commercial facilities achieve its goal of bird-free facilities by expanding operations Nation-wide.  We are the leader in wild bird management as evidenced by a patent-pending bird capture and relocation methodology. Our processes are efficient, cost-effective, and safe. We have a track record of success as demonstrated by successfully completing %100 of all work orders. 
Your facility has a well-deserved reputation for quality. However, nuisance birds adversely impact customer perceptions, increase inventory loss, and compromise FDA compliance. Safe Haven Wildlife Removal is committed to excellence in business processes, bird removal methodologies, trained and qualified personnel, and customer service.
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Curious about our process?
Learn how we rescue birds from commercial facilities better, faster, and safer than any other company in the world!
At Safe Haven, we provide comprehensive wild bird removal services to commercial facilities

Is your state not on our map? Contact us today! We will never charge a travel fee. 

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     Why Choose Safe Haven
No Real Question Why Companies Are Choosing Safe Haven for Rescuing Birds From Inside Their Facilities all across America. 

You have a bird in your store and need that bird removed, you have tried all our Safe Haven Rescue & Removal Tips and nothing has proven successful we will send our first responder technicians to assess the situation and safely remove any and all trapped and unwanted birds from inside your facility. 

Safe Haven Bird Control | Free Facility Inspection Reports

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No Shoot, No Harm, No Fowl.

Bird Removal Facility Inspection Reports

At Safe Haven, we provide comprehensive wild bird removal services to commercial facilities

 

Safe Haven Property Inspections

Recieve A Free Facility Inspection Report.

        When dealing with birds in your store, no matter if it is your store's first experience dealing with an avian issue or 100th bird intrusion, being prepared can make all the difference. Not only can you stay prepared and keep your staff aware of potential threats from birds with our free Report a Bird Program, We now provide a free facility inspection report with every bird removal call. With our dedication to protecting your store and all attendees, including the birds. We want every store to be prepared for the next avian encounter, as it is only a matter of time.

              During our Bird Removal and Relocation process, our Safe Haven first responders will inspect your facility for a variety of common occurrences, such as small holes, nests, entryways birds can fit, plus any further signs of any more birds. We will check your exterior facility to ensure you have no weaknesses that birds may be able to exploit. You will receive a copy of our free report so you can know what to look for and how to prep your facility, as we will hold a copy of your report so we will have a better understanding of your facility and have a custom plan prepared on how to better protect your facility next time. Stay Prepared, Stay Aware, Stay Safe Haven. No Shoot, No Harm, No Fowl.

Want to see our videos
Want to see more of Safe Haven? Search through our site and watch videos of our teams and more.
Curious about our process?
Learn how we rescue birds from commercial facilities better, faster, and safer than any other company in the world!
At Safe Haven, we provide comprehensive wild bird removal services to residential, commercial,

Is your state not on our map? Contact us today! We will never charge a travel fee. 

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     Why Choose Safe Haven
No Real Question Why Companies Are Choosing Safe Haven for Rescuing Birds From Inside Their Facilities all across America. 

You have a bird in your store and need that bird removed, you have tried all our Safe Haven Rescue & Removal Tips and nothing has proven successful we will send our first responder technicians to assess the situation and safely remove any and all trapped and unwanted birds from inside your facility. 

The New Look of Bird Removal and Rescue

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The New Look of Bird Removal and Rescue

No Shoot, No Harm, No Fowl.

At Safe Haven, we provide comprehensive wild bird removal services to commercial facilities

Welcome to our new website.

We have redesigned our website in order to improve your online experience. Our goal is to help inform, prepare, and assist commercial facilities with their continual avian situations. Our new site provides all the information you need to know and easy contact areas for those who want to know more. You now have better access to learn about our patent pending process' and services. If you are looking for permanent solutions for your avian issues you can now join our Report a Bird program from our site. Find free materials to download to help promote avian and facility safe procedures. With plenty more to see, you can now easy navigate through our site and share your findings easily with others. Enjoy

Download our free facility evaluation.

Now you can see how prepared your facilities are.  
In efforts to promote preparedness and awareness concerning avian issues, We are partnering with facilities nationwide to formulate custom avian plans and store evaluations. 

Join the program

The All New Safe Haven Report a Bird program. It is your key to avian solutions. 
Now you can have 24/7 access to the program to keep your facility safe from avian threats. Receive custom materials designed to help or start your "in-house" avian prevention and procedures methods. 

 

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At Safe Haven, we provide comprehensive wild bird removal services to residential, commercial,

Is your state not on our map? Contact us today! We will never charge a travel fee. 

About Safe Haven Bird Rescue & Removal

At Safe Haven, appropriate bird removal is our passion! Every job poses a new unique challenge we love solving. Pele once said “Success is no accident. It takes hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, and most of all, love of what you are doing.” Working with our clients through appropriate bird removal practices, Safe Haven opens opportunities that impact local job growth, local development, and better opportunities in every community. We call this “EIL”! Earning, Investing, and Living. EIL is what inspires Safe Haven. We love what we do!

Safe Haven | The Hawk Removal Specialists

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Safe Haven | The Hawk Removal Specialists

Safe Haven Hawk Removal

Birds are not the only threats to stores. In fact, having birds in a facility could be just like having bait for predator hawks.

Hawks in stores

A Hawk would rather be out soaring the winds, searching for food but sometimes they'll find themselves lurking in the wrong area, following their prey into facilities and places of danger.

No matter what the reason for a hawk in your facility is, Hawks should always be handled properly and carefully. Many Hawks and avian predators are protected by laws, so even when removal seems easy enough, it could cause headaches and possible fines. 

At The First Signs

The first sign of any avian species in a facility, contacting Safe Haven immediately is the best option in keeping compliant with regulations and keeping the facility, staff and customers safe.

CONTACT US


Contact us to learn more about our

360 degree bird pest management program.


Call us: 1-888-791-1110


Email us: safehavenwildliferemoval@gmail.com


Or Write us @ Safe Haven Wildlife Removal

351 Peacehaven rd. suite A

Winston Salem, NC 27114-4814

Bird friends | More than just pests

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Mans feathered friend

Wildlife Removal

During a visit to a local supermarket in Miami Fl.

Our Safe Haven team came across an unusual sight. 

Normally when the Safe Haven team is in a supermarket, they are scanning the area to remove birds. So when a local customer walks up with a bird as a pet companion it's a bit of a surprise.  It was difficult to contain the urge to snap a quick photo with this magnificent creature.  

 

 

Birds are not only a very important part of many ecosystems, they are also important to many people.

In a case study done by www.avma.org,  3,671,000 households in the US own birds as pets and nearly 46.7 Million people in America consider themselves bird watchers according to http://www.audubon.org. This is why Safe haven Specialists care so much for not only protecting the safety of our client's facilities and their customers, as well as every bird we remove. We prepare and take action for every job with the understanding that there is more than just an unwanted pest we are removing, but a friend and muse to a lot of people.

Harry The Mythical Sparrow AKA “Bigfoot”

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Harry The Mythical Sparrow AKA “Bigfoot”

Harry The Mythical Sparrow AKA "Bigfoot"

The epic tale of strategy and wits.

"Bigfoot" engaged our Safe Haven Rescue Specialists in a week-long test of strategy and wits.  

Sparrows have always found their way into folklore and myth, from being seen as the bird of Aphrodite by greek mythology to the European and other Folklore. The sparrow that enters your house is a bad omen, but in other culture's it is seen as a good omen.  Fortunately, our specialists are brave. Brave enough to face these threats of omens and myth, leading them to the successful capture and release of one of our most difficult rescues.

"Bigfoot" The Mythical Sparrow

  Three attempts over a week period, and Safe Haven Specialists were able to rescue "Bigfoot," The Mythical Sparrow from a supermarkets facilities. The use of nets or common bird deterrents are less effective than with most avian species since sparrows like to forage for their food along the ground often hiding their selves under the cover of grass and objects, flying from bush to bush, this makes sparrows especially difficult to catch.  To ensure their survival sparrows rely on their photographic memories and expert hiding skills, helping them avoid predators and Safe Haven specialist... for a brief time.

After the first encounter with one of our Safe Haven specialists, "Bigfoot"  instinctively fled the scenes and hid for a day or two every time a specialist would be spotted. Patiently waiting and watching the Safe Haven specialist till they left his sight before abandoning his hideouts.  Knowing that "Bigfoot" was seeing the Safe Haven specialists as predators and that the sparrow remembered their uniforms, the specialist had to devise a plan to blend into their environment with stealth and precision to coax the bird into re-appearing. Resulting in a successful and well-deserved rescue and removal of The mythical Sparrow  

Nesting

Nests are usually found near the ground in brush or in bushes, Males will defend only a small territory area allowing other sparrows to neighbor close.  Males will sometimes chase a female he is seeking and even flutters during flight as to impress courting females. Nests are normally constructed by the female. 

 

Diet 

Sparrows consume mostly seed and insects like wasps, ants, spiders, grasshopper, beetles. During the winter months, sparrows tend to feed mostly on seed from grass and weeds.

 

Habitat

Sparrows live in a vast variety of areas and conditions, one common theme you find with sparrows is they need places to hide out and eat. Sparrows seem to trend toward human populated areas with an abundance of water and shelter be it man-made structures, lawns, even shingles, and gutters. Sparrows will often look for water and shelter in supermarkets and a variety of facilities, with easy access to a wide range of hiding spots, food and since sparrows especially love standing water quarter of an inch deep the back rooms of many facilities that have water access are ideal for the sparrow. 

As stealthy and hidden as sparrows try to be they still are a major threat to any facility and public areas, with the threat of mites and zoonotic disease. Just because you can't see or hear them doesn't mean they are not a threat to public safety and health