Pigeon Biology

 

Pigeons, aka Rock Doves, (Columba livia) are a tremendous scourge to many urban areas in the U.S. These birds, which were introduced to the U.S., cause damage to buildings through their droppings and urine. While there is no magic cure for controlling pigeons, the steps are remarkably straightforward. Sometimes the appropriate techniques are expensive, sometime they are not. Yet Wildlife Damage Control is committed to tell you what works and what doesn't.

Pigeon Damage Control

#Lost Pigeons  or Injured Pigeons

Manual for Bird Control (general training overview)

Manual for Bird Control (professional installation guide)

Pigeon Droppings and Disease

 

Pigeon Biology and Sign

The photo at your right is one of a feral pigeon also known as a common pigeon. Note that the nest is extremely crude feral pigeon nest.jpg (18977 bytes)consisting of only a few sticks. Sometimes the nest will be made out of pigeon droppings. Always wear appropriate safety equipment before cleaning any pigeon droppings. For more information on pigeon droppings click bird droppings.

 

 

Daddy Long Legs pigeon controlDaddy Longlegs: This device prevents pigeons from loafing or roosting on small areas like lamps, poles etc. Order On-Line

 

Lost Pigeons  or Injured Pigeons

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Diseases

visit http://www.wildlifedamagecontrol.net/animaldiseases.php

Bird Droppings

Bird Spikes Porcupine Wire  
General Bird Control Manual Pigeon Trap Bird Control Installation Guide

 

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