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Any gap in the building fabric that is greater than approximately 50mm in diameter should be considered a potential entry point for pigeons. If you have already noticed some roosting on your property, there is a risk they will attract others. Pigeons are gregarious creatures preferring to live in colonies of anywhere between 20 and 400 so a small problem has the potential to turn into a much larger one. Pigeon netting London is a continuous task with commercial & Industrial building being contaminated with pigeons nesting etc.

A pigeon's natural food source is grain and seeds but they can survive in towns and cities by scavenging processed food matter, such as the remains of takeaways and food waste from dustbins. Given an adequate food supply these birds can breed throughout the year, although the peak breeding season is usually between March and July. While it may be hard for some to consider these birds as pests, an infestation can lead to health hazards, architectural damage and disease.

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Feral pigeons (Columba livia) are also known as city doves or street pigeons. They are descended from wild rock doves that have interbred with different strains of escaped ornamental, domestic and racing birds over the centuries. They thrive in our towns and cities by adapting to the urban environment, making use of seemingly inhospitable areas of tall buildings that provide them with the smallest amount of shelter (similar to the cliffs used by their ancestors). The Feral pigeon will nest a produce young which will also colonize the building structures causing heavy fowling inside plant areas, loading bays and roof structures.



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Any gap in the building fabric that is greater than approximately 50mm in diameter should be considered a potential entry point for pigeons. If you have already noticed some roosting on your property, there is a risk they will attract others. Pigeons are gregarious creatures preferring to live in colonies of anywhere between 20 and 400 so a small problem has the potential to turn into a much larger one. Pigeon netting London is a continuous task with commercial & Industrial building being contaminated with pigeons nesting etc.

A pigeon's natural food source is grain and seeds but they can survive in towns and cities by scavenging processed food matter, such as the remains of takeaways and food waste from dustbins. Given an adequate food supply these birds can breed throughout the year, although the peak breeding season is usually between March and July.

While it may be hard for some to consider these birds as pests, an infestation can lead to health hazards, architectural damage and disease.

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The feral pigeon is the number one urban pest bird and we offer various solutions to prevent them roosting at your property.

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