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• One of the most important parts of any pigeon control program is to make sure pigeons cannot nest.
• Nesting is best treated by excluding pigeons' access to desirable areas.
• When all the nesting spots have been treated, you will realize about a 50-60% chance that the birds move on.
• After nesting treatments, when you treat all the spots on which they are standing, your odds increase to over 90%
• Arizona Game and Fish recommends flock reduction with trapping and making sure another flock could not nest even if they tried.
• Pigeons nest where their eggs will not roll. This includes against spikes, mesh and electric shock systems.
• Pigeons gravitate to the highest perches possible so they can see predators before they are seen.
• Pigeons prefer to habitate spots where they have protection overhead or at least shade.
• Pigeons are familial and breed for life. They also posess a natural homing instinct.
“It is with great pleasure that I write to applaud your company for outstanding professionalism, diligence, excellent service and each and every unexpected courtesy that was extended during and throughout the pigeon remediation process. Your office management staff that was on top of every detail, providing timely updates– before I requested them. Your guys on the roofs and your project manager, get a big thumbs up for staying on task and pulling everything together so seamlessly. The Pigeon Guy is a truly awesome company! Thank you Fred.”
“A few months after the work on our house was completed, I found Fred on the street in front of my house, looking at my roof. I was already thrilled with our results, but he was checking up on the work, and thought there were a few things that could be improved. He asked if his techs could stop by later in the week and make some adjustments. Some of the changes were to be sure the results were working for the long term, and some of them were to make sure the applications looked as aesthetically pleasing as possible. He has such great followup and pride in his work.”