Pigeons are birds with small heads and short legs. They are stubborn birds which do not give up easily, do not scare easily, and may stay around for as long as they want if you do not do something about them.
First, start by asking yourself a few questions:
- Why did pigeons come to my house?
- How did they get inside the house?
- What steps should I take to get rid of them?
These are the questions that will guide you as to how to best control the pigeons. It may seem complicated, but it’s not. You just need to figure out what keeps them coming to your house or backyard, then eliminate that reason. Once you have successfully done so, the birds will have no reason to come back.
Remember that pigeons are capable of causing more damage than you may initially think. You need to act fast as soon as you start noticing their presence.
To keep these birds away from your home, here’s what you need to do:
- Remove everything that may be luring the bird to your house.
- Put a fence around your most vulnerable areas.
- Put out biological as well as natural repellents.
- Scare the birds away if you notice them in your yard.
Dead Pigeon Locations
Dead pigeons may be found anywhere – near a window, roosting area, in the backyard, etc. The location generally depends on the following factors:
- Food availability
- Convenient shelter
- Number of pigeons
- Frequency of visits to the area
Look for places on your property where pigeons are likely to find food and shelter. Given that pigeons are not loners, you should also look in places which they frequent most.
Causes of Pigeon Death
The location of the bird, as well as the state of its body, are both important clues that will help you determine the cause of its death. For example, if you happen to find a dead pigeon near a window, the bird probably died as a result of collision.
It is also important to take a look at the conditions of the dead pigeon’s body. If there are visible wounds, it may have been attacked by a predator. If pox is prevalent in your area, the bird may have died as a result of advanced sickness.
Regardless of the pigeon’s type of death, it is important that you remove the pigeon as quickly as possible to prevent the spread of diseases and parasites.