pigeon control, extermination, prevention and removal
you have a problem with pigeons at your London home or business?
If you’re looking for a pigeon removal service in London
to address a problem with pigeons roosting at your home or business,
we can help.
is the leading London provider in the assessment, treatment and
prevention of pigeon problems in both homes and businesses.
can visit your premises and advise you on the best way of dealing
with pigeons, including the installation of proofing measures
such as wires, spikes or netting to stop pigeons fouling your
building exterior or corporate livery.
can also help with seagulls and any other type of avian pest.
Our pigeon removal and prevention services cover all areas of
London and the M25 area.
will respond to your call within just two hours – 24/7,
365 days a year.
discuss your pigeon problem and how we can help you with it, call
free phone 0800 082 0203
or direct dial 0203 189
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Below is some helpful information on the most common types of
rats that you may be having problems with.
pigeons have grey, slightly iridescent feathers on the neck
that shine pink and green in the sunlight.
colours include white, brownish-red, and mixtures.
pigeons can produce up to 9 broods per year, but usually produce
2–3 on average. There are two eggs in each clutch, and
new eggs can be laid when the young are just 20 days old.
pigeons’ eggs have a 17–19 day incubation period.
Young birds spend 35–37 days in the nest.
pigeons’ lifespan is around 3-5 years in the wild, but
up to 35 years in captivity.
Nests are built by the female pigeon using material collected
by the male.
roost together in buildings, ledges, lofts, walls or even statues
in towns and cities.
feed on seeds, bread, vegetables, meat and other food discarded
are able to dip their bills into the water and drink continuously
without having to tilt their heads back.
pigeons are known as squabs. They are fed from a special substance
produced in the pigeon's crop known as pigeon milk.
disturbed, a pigeon in a group will take off with a noisy clapping
sound. This informs other pigeons that there is danger present.
are capable of rapid dives and changes in direction and most
of the time will easily out manoeuvre a bird of prey, as they
can reach speeds of up to 50mph.
are resident and do not migrate.
not feed pigeons around your building. This could lead to
them nesting nearby.
acidic droppings can erode most surfaces, causing structural
degradation to your building.
best known disease passed from birds to man is Psittacosis.
Fouling can be a public health hazard and must be cleaned