Pigeons

Pigeon

PIGEON

Scientific Name: Columbidae Common Name: Pigeon, Dove, Rock Pigeon, Feral Pigeon, Rock Dove Color: Varies Size: Between 12 – 15 inches long with a 20 – 26 inch wingspan FACT: Pigeons have color vision, a hearing range very close to that of humans and have poor senses of taste and smell. Pigeons cannot think but are capable of conditional learning.

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Reasons To Control Birds

Have you ever experienced the nightly tapping on your roof over and over again, keeping you from sleeping? Complaints like these are commonplace to apartment or rental managers. It may not be the sounds that tenants and customers hear. It could be the smell they find first. Often, the culprit is a bird building a…

Pigeon Problems

The number one pest bird in North America is the common feral (wild) pigeon.  They’re particularly prevalent in major centers. Like many pests, the pigeon is an invasive species.  They are descended from homing pigeons brought from Europe in the 1600s as a means of carrying messages, and as food. Like most invaders, the proliferation…

Invasive Species Birds

Both bird lovers and those tormented by invasive birds need to educate themselves about the local laws related to possession and control of birds. In some cases, a permit or license is needed to keep both native and introduced birds. Some of these birds may become established in the wild, creating a nuisance that impacts…

Pigeons, Seagulls, And The Manitoba Interlake

The number one pest bird in North America is the common feral (wild) pigeon. Like many pests, the pigeon is an invasive species. They are descended from homing pigeons brought from Europe in the 1600s as a means of carrying messages, and as food. Like most invaders, the proliferation of the feral pigeon has caused…