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Nuisance peacock removal

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There are very few people that are going to tell you that they've had an issue where a peacock became a nuisance to them. The fact remains that most people see this as a beautifully adorned animal that is colorful and festive in many ways. It is why NBC chose to make it the logo for their business. Who could hate an animal like this?



However, the fact remains that this is a wild animal, and wild animals can be a nuisance no matter what kind of animal you are talking about. People really don't mind squirrels very much, but they can be quite distractive and even pose a health risk to you and your family. The same can be true of a peacock, which may make you wonder if there is nuisance peacock removal available for you to get rid of these animals.

Because of the unique situation of a peacock rarely being seen around people's homes and creating a nuisance, you are likely to find that a local zoo or other wildlife preserve would be more than happy to assist you and removing this creature from around your property. They would see this as the ideal member to their preserver or zoo, attracting people to come to their location to see the beautiful peacock. In fact, if you visit most zoo locations you will likely see a peacock there. You can be sure that if they don't have one already, they may be more than willing to pick up yours.

You should also look to contact your local animal control agency, whether city or county, and see if they may assist you with your problem. They may see the capture of a peacock is a great boon for them and would be more than willing to assist you with this problem.

If you are finding that you are having no success with either one of these options, then what you are left with is to try to do something on your own. As with any other kind of wild animal that you may encounter, the best things that you can do are to create a situation where your property doesn't become an attractive target for the peacock. This means that if it is finding food and water on your property, that you do whatever is necessary to remove whatever potential sources of nourishment that the animal is finding. This may mean that you need to remove birdfeeders, bird baths, securely fastened trashcan lids, remove your pet's dish, and do any other thing that removes a source of food or water for the bird.

If it is seeking shelter on your land, then you may need to block it's pathway to that location. It may be living in your shed or in some kind of structure that you have on your land. This may mean that you need to more securely close this spot or remove it altogether so that the peacock will not find refuge. Just remember that the more unappealing you make your land the less likely it is that the bird will return.

For more information, you may want to click on one of these guides that I wrote:
How To Guide: Who should I hire? - What questions to ask, to look for, who NOT to hire.
How To Guide: do it yourself! - Advice on saving money by doing wildlife removal yourself.
Guide: How much does wildlife removal cost? - Analysis of wildlife control prices.
Animals in the attic - read about the common species.
Noises in the attic - how to identify critters by their sounds.

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