Scientific Name: Columbia Livia Domestica
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Extermination & Control:
Some of the influential factors which will effect the outcome of any Pigeon management program will be greater than the majority of any other pest management programs, all factors involved will be considered and scrutinised before any Pigeon management program is begun. The first step in this procedure will be to conduct a bird management survey to answer the following questions.
- Identifying all species of Pigeons and/or pest birds involved and calculate a rough number of pest birds onsite.
- What are the potential problems and/or problems being caused by Pigeons and/or other pest birds.
- Determine if the pigeons and/or pest birds are transients or residents to the structure.
- Determine if any protected birds are onsite and will they be affected by any pigeon and/or bird management program.
- What can be done to modify the immediate environment to make the area less attractive to pigeons and/or pest birds.
FREQUENTLY ASKED PIGEON EXTERMINATION & CONTROL QUESTIONS
Pigeons can come in a variety of colours but typically have gray bodies with 2 distinct black bars located on their secondary wing feathers in conjunction with a black band located on their tails with red feet. Weighing in at 9 to 15 oz’s with and average length of 10 to 12 inches.
Pigeons only have one mate at a time making them (monogamous). Male pigeons will care for and guard both the female and the nest, usually 9 to 13 days after mating the female will lay 1 to 3 eggs. Roughly 16 to 20 days later the eggs will hatch will the young (squads) being fed pigeon milk which the female secretes, 4 to 6 weeks later the young are ready to take flight and leave the nest. Pigeons can breed all year round with spring and fall being their most productive time of year.