Here isa nest that was abandoned and all the bird mites went to search for new hosts. In late spring and early summer baby birds leave the nest or the mite population is too large, this leaves bird mites looking for a new host. During this search bird mites can bite people. Its more of an exploratory bite, but can inject saliva which may result in itching. Bird mites can't survive feeding only on people and they won't infest people or live on their bodies. They don't transmit any diseases to people, they can however successfully infest and feed on pet birds and gerbils.
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