Oshawa Bird & Animal Control

Hawkeye Bird and Animal Control has been servicing customers in Oshawa for nearly 30 years. We provide residential, commercial and industrial pest bird and wildlife control. With the licences that Hawkeye holds, we are able to offer permanent results for your pest bird, animal or wildlife problem. This is a distinct difference from other animal control providers.

With a population of 150K, Oshawa is located about 60 kilometers to the east of Toronto. It is the largest municipality in the Durham Region. Like its neighbouring cities, it is also a commuter city being the last stop on GO Transit Rail. That being said, Oshawa has long been known as a motor city. With many industrial and factory sites, it is the home of General Motors Head Office as well as several manufacturing plants in which thousands of people are employed. There has been a decline in the automotive industry over the last few years and the number of active plants or shifts in those plants are on the decline. In more recently years Oshawa has grown its education and health sciences sectors being home to Durham College, the Durham campus of Trent University as well as Institute of Technology for the University of Ontario. It is also home to Lakeridge Health and Education Network. These institutes create a significant number of jobs in education and healthcare.

Oshawa has a busy downtown core of restaurants and 2 main theatres; the General Motors Centre and Regent Theatre. It is also home to the Canadian Automotive Museum, fitting for its roots. Oshawa also has a prominent Jr. A Hockey Team; the Oshawa Generals which once held Bobby Orr, now an alumnus.  

While it may only be a creek, the Oshawa Creek is a large waterway that extends north south through most of Oshawa and opens up to the Oshawa Harbour on the waterfront of Lake Ontario. It is surrounded by a lot of green space throughout Oshawa including Storie Park, Cordova Park, Oshawa Valleylands Conservation Park, Southmead Park and bordering the waterfront, Lakeview Park. Lakeview park stretches a significant distance along Lake Ontario with sandy beaches, activities, a marina and hosts local events and festivals. Areas in and around the marina will face local waterfowl like geese and gulls which often cause unsightly damage with their droppings, while its aging core of post-war houses may encounter issues with raccoons, skunks and squirrels. With grown up trees, sheds and decaying homes, these pest animals find food sources like dog food and water sources like ponds or bird baths.

Learn how to protect your home from pest birds, animals and wildlife by navigating our website and resources or call us for a free consultation on how we can service your specific needs. At Hawkeye we use multiple tactics to permanently and humanely resolve your problem. Under the licences that Hawkeye possesses, we can remove pest bird or animals from your location and humanely euthanize if necessary.