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How To Keep Pigeons Away

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Despite that a good deal of pigeons are domesticated and maintained by men and women, and a few people even keep them as sacred animals for religious reasons, they continue to be undesirable to lots of people. If you have no use for them and therefore want to keep them at bay, then you're certainly not alone. You probably want to keep them away due to one of these motives.

Pigeons make this annoying cooing noise, and those in your location love to perch in your window or roof when cooing at all hours of the night.

Their faecal droppings give your backyard, balcony, balcony, or roof a cluttered look.

Pigeon droppings can carry bacterial infections like psittacosis, histoplasmosis and cryptococcosis. These illnesses are characterized with fever, fatigue, headache etc.

Not to worry, there are a variety of ways by which you'll be able to deter pigeons from your premises, ranging from home repairs to fences and natural remedies.

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Fencing: This economical do-it-yourself method is a proven, durable means of preventing pigeons from coming to roost in your location. Fences are made to block all points of entry to the regions in which the pigeons usually perch. The fence ought to be produced out of rust-proof material such as the galvanized chicken wire; this could be nailed to any wooden part of the construction. You may require a cutter to cut the cord well before fixing them in.

If you're bothered about the additional structure that this wire fence can be, then consider electric fences, which can be virtually invisible to the naked eyes. Electric fences are durable, easily cleaned and benign; they can be used nearly anywhere, be it bridge, home, church or chimney. They are usually made from stainless steel or other special alloys that can't rust easily. Some, such as Bird Fence, are powered with solar power, so recharging them is no problem.

Can the portion of the construction where the birds are roosting be shifted a little bit without causing any noticeable change to the total structure itself? If so, then you might consider doing that. Let us say part of the window sill extends outwards and has no influence on the functionality and attractiveness of the building, but it's the favourite perching site for these birds, you might just request building experts to eliminate that outward extension. When deprived of the perching place, pigeons will in most cases, leave your premises graciously.

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Likewise, you might set up porcupine wires to the regions where the pigeons like to roost. These include a solid foundation with sharp metal prongs sticking out at all angles. With this in place, the birds have been prevented from landing.

Remove water and food sources: The principal reason that pigeons are lurking around your premises is because there's continuous food source there, so simply make sure their food isn't available. Pigeons also drink a great deal of water, so mop up your deck, balcony, lawn, farmyard, roof etc..

If the seed feeder on your garden or farm is your attraction, you might change to a feed system which needs the livestock to activate it until food is dispensed. When food isn't any more accessible so, the pigeons will move off to find greener pastures.

However this sounds to you, it's a powerful step in deterring the uninvited housemates known as pigeons. All you need do is locate their nests and eliminate their eggs until they get hatched and become squabs. You may visit their nests every couple of weeks to execute this easy task. If you do that consistently for a while, pigeons are intelligent creatures and will have the ability to deduce that the website isn't conducive to breeding, so they'll move out. Problem solved.

Otherwise, get a professional involved since they have the ability to access special birth control products which interfere with the eggs from hatching.