Thursday, April 22, 2010

Pigeon Bird Control

Pigeon Bird Extermination
While the bird of peace is identified with a dove, we can assure you that this has nothing to do with the bird that lives in our environment. "Columba livia" despite its good news, is now a real plague in cities, where rats are considered flying in uncontrolled populations. The dove is one of the most familiar species of our urban environment. It is found throughout the old continent and in the United States. In the cities, mainly feed on garbage and the remains of human activity. In rural areas, living near animal farms and grain stores. In urban areas they like to congregate by the hundreds, (grouping also during the flight). They love the big and very tall buildings (heritage of their native country while living in large cliffs).

Any method of control must be selected taking into account as a minimum:

- Species to control sparrows, pigeons, starlings, gulls, etc. Each species has different habits, so control methods are also different.
- Number of copies and area of influence large populations and vast areas require different approaches to towns and smaller areas.
- Importance of the site for individuals: nesting and roosting sites presented more complex than the innkeepers that provide food.

There are range of different techniques of exclusion of pigeons. Taking the example of the need that exists to protect architectural structures, statues and monuments, owners, etc.. In the pest control company, conduct a preliminary study before implementing appropriate control methods, increasing the effectiveness of the project and avoiding the costs to the customer usually faced when selecting methods ineffective.

Pigeon extermination is a complex and specialized. Birds are mobile adaptable and persistent, and therefore difficult to control. If not using the appropriate media for each situation can fail.
A good preliminary inspection and careful planning are essential to ensure the success of any operation Bird Control.

Depending on the pressure he is under the place to be protected.
Pressure is defined by the number of birds that come to the site in question and what they're there, being able to distinguish three kinds of pressure:
Low pressure: Are those areas where birds are occasionally. They are often quite exposed such as railings or parapets (upper balcony or balustrade). These areas can be treated with almost any type of product.
Average pressure: Are those areas that are regularly used for perching birds. They are usually near where they feed. They are used normally during the day. The birds will try again to overcome these areas and prevention systems, so they must be robust enough. If birds can not return to these areas, it will make the closest. In these areas it is convenient to use network systems, or barbed wires carefully. If using wire system would be desirable to reduce the population by trapping.
High blood pressure: Are those areas used by birds for the night and nests. The birds had a high persistence in wanting to return to them in spite of exclusion systems are placed by many protection schemes useless. In these cases the only systems are networks, but also skewers the system can work, but would improve with a trapped population. If allowed, it could eliminate some birds with a rifle, if that can not be caught. These areas are often very sheltered places and have a big pile of excrement. Here are located nesting sites, being in the case of pigeons can be anywhere, with little backup material.
Depending on the type of pressure exerted birds take some other measures, the same building may be subjected to various kinds of pressure.