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What is the most effective Pigeon Control?

Post your best choice.  (Aug 20, 2008 | post #1)

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Robots to control pigeon population?

Disease potential exists when birds such as pigeons are permitted to roost in areas frequented by humans. There are over 40 known virus and 60 diseases directly associated with bird fecal matter. These diseases cause varying degrees of illness from minor ailments to fatal results such as the “Bird Flu”. Still wanna eat them?  (Aug 19, 2008 | post #77)

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What are The Health Risk posed by Pigeons?

Any ideas?  (Aug 19, 2008 | post #1)

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What are The Different Ways of How to Get Rid of Birds an...

Any ideas which one is the best?  (Aug 19, 2008 | post #1)

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How do Natural Actives work?

I heard they are eco-friendly yet good against birds and pigeons. What do you think?  (Aug 19, 2008 | post #1)

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Pigeon Problem: Do bird cages really work?

Bird cage companies say cages only catch 20% of the birds that are around. So, are they doing a good job?  (Aug 13, 2008 | post #1)

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Pigeon Problem: Do Electric Bird Wires really work?

What has been observed are breeds of pigeons, being the highly trainable bird that they are, just learn to step over the lines. So, do they really work?  (Aug 13, 2008 | post #1)

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Pigeon Problem: Do Sound Deterrents really work?

Hearing for a bird is not a primary sense. They are like kids; they hear you but don’t respond. So, do Sound Deterrents really work?  (Aug 13, 2008 | post #1)

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Pigeon Problem: Do Fake Owl Statues really work?

When you look up at a building and you see the pigeons standing on the head of an owl statue, it pretty much defines the logic behind this solution. What do you think?  (Aug 13, 2008 | post #1)

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Eco-friendly pigeon control

This is a win-win solution. Try and see for yourself at what pignx.com have to say.  (Aug 11, 2008 | post #1)

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Bird spikes: Do they REALLY work?

Lowest estimate to put it up would cost you around $25,000....hmmmm... so do they work?  (Jul 17, 2008 | post #1)

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Biopesticides: Are they really eco-effective?

According to EPA, (seems i love quoting them!har! har!) biopesticides require less data and are registered in less time than conventional pesticides... If that were true, and the we're getting concious about increasing health concerns, I think we're not being serious by "restricting " the wrong ideas!  (Jul 17, 2008 | post #5)

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Pigeon Control: What's the best way?

Tremendous damage and health risks are caused by pigeon feces and bird droppings. How do you deal with it?  (Jul 17, 2008 | post #1)

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Biopesticides: Are they really eco-effective?

I went to see what EPA has to say about biopesticies and i got this definition... "Biopesticide s are certain types of pesticides derived from such natural materials as animals, plants, bacteria, and certain minerals. For example, canola oil and baking soda have pesticidal applications and are considered biopesticides. " Now, here's the rub. According to their website, at the end of 2001, there were approximately 195 registered biopesticide active ingredients and 780 products! If that's the case, then where the heck are they? It's 2008 and yet they've been around but they aint a household name yet. I smell something fishy...  (Jul 17, 2008 | post #3)

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Robots to control pigeon population?

Keep your cool guys! Eliminating one and not the others will not help much. Once pigeons and birds are born to an area, they will keep coming back so the trick is to end the roosting and nesting cycle. Poison & bird spikes don't work. There are three simple things to remember when trying to get rid of pigeons: 1. Eliminate the food source 2. Eliminate the water source 3. Prevent roosting, nesting and eliminate shelter for the pigeons or birds Let's be proactive. There's a better way of doing things. =)  (Jul 17, 2008 | post #70)

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