As we build up our cities and suburban area, the divide between people and wildlife is blurring. While seeking protection from predators and the elements and food sources, many different types of animals target our homes, decks, porches, sheds, garages and other buildings for building their homes and having their babies.
Pigeons and birds are no exception. It’s not unusual to see birds nests in gutters, overhangs, eaves, balconies, light fixtures and outdoor signage on commercial buildings. Built of twigs, sticks, dead leaves and other natural waste material, birds nests can be unsightly, but even worse is the feces that the birds drop while they’re roosting around their nest.