A flock of pigeons can cause a lot of trouble on your property. These birds have a strong sense of direction and homing instinct that keep them coming back to their roosting and nesting sites. With one pair of pigeons having up to four broods each year, an infestation can spiral out of control fairly quickly. Avoid the risk of damage and disease from pigeon waste by choosing an effective pigeon deterrent solution.
There are many ways to manage a pigeon problem, some better than others. A property owner’s first instinct is often to attempt to exterminate the population. While this can drive the birds away for a short time, destroying the pigeon population puts more pressure on them to reproduce. The birds will return in droves, and soon enough you will be back at square one. A far more efficient way to control pigeons is to prevent them from making nests, which can be done even if they have begun to roost.