The Rock Dove or Rock Pigeon, is a member of the bird family Columbidae. In common usage, this bird is often simply referred to as the “pigeon”.
Pigeons nest on buildings, on ledges they eat seeds and domestic scraps, they normally live in cities, where they also roost. They are found in large flock and have defined nesting, eating and resting areas. Pigeon nests can contain a large variety of lice and insects.
The pigeon can reproduce up to twice a year and produce up to four young. Pigeons cause many problems including fouling of buildings, hazards to pedestrians, they encourage other pests and insects and can transmit diseases.
How the infestation will be controlled
- Anti-roost system
- Improving housekeeping