No doubt nature is beautiful. It is filled with so much beauty that in one lifetime no one can see it all. Nature is not only trees and mountains, hills and valleys. Nature is limited to deserts and glaciers, in fact, it also includes the countless creatures and wildlife living in it. All the creatures that are found in the wild are meant to stay there for some reason. They thrive in the wild and open because it is the best environment for them. If anyone thinks that this wildlife and creatures that are fond of living in the open, can live just like it in cities and houses then definitely he is at fault here. Even if one thinks and try to keep these creatures in houses as a pet they sure will live, but they will not sustain in that environment for long and give up anytime soon. Same is the case with birds. Although different kinds of birds are living in the cities, the environment in the cities is not at all prefer for them. Precautionary measures for bird control in Australia in the cities are required to stop their abundance and reproduction. Bird control will not only stop bird population in the city it will also help the wildlife in long term.
Bird control can be practised in the cities as well as housing societies. It does not mean to kill birds or make them distinct in fact, bird control is a long time taking process that with some careful planning can urge the birds to move out of the cities and migrate towards their natural habitat in the forests and wild. Many birds such as pigeons and sparrows are most commonly found in domestic areas, apart from pigeons and sparrows, crows and parrots are also found to be co-living with humans. Although they do not have any immediate danger or warning of extinction by the wildlife department, still is not safe for them in the domestic areas. By dangers prevail in the housing societies for which these small and innocent creatures are not made. One of the main concern for the lives of these birds and reason bird control should be practised is environmental pollution in the cities.
These birds, no matter whatever kind or species are not meant to stay in pollution. Their body parts and respiratory system is not developed like humans and they cannot take the stress of air pollution on their little fragile bodies. By staying out in the open, breathing and flying in the open air filled with harmful gasses and poisonous antibodies, birds are bound to take a negative effect on their health. This situation has resulted in shortening the life span of these birds by half and even when they are alive they suffer due to polluted air and environment. The government should take precautionary measures of bird control on immediate bases and a quick action plan should be devised to save these little innocent creatures from getting extinct.