Posts Tagged ‘pigeons’
Those pesky pigeons just won’t quit will they? You decided to upgrade and put Solar on the home and know they have taken up under the Solar panels. This is the fix to getting those birds off your roof. Once pigeons have decided to make your roof their home they won’t ever give up unless you make them move.
Why won’t pigeons leave?
- They are generational – if born on your roof they will continue to think of your home as their home.
- They want and need the same things you and I want – food, water and shelter.
- They prefer to have their backs against a wall, gives them an advantage over birds of prey.
Thanks to Bird Barrier for this photo, call ProBest Pest Management to help solve those bird issues 480-831-9328 or 623-414-0176.
What happens after a disaster? Where do the pests go?
Have you ever wondered what exactly happens after a natural disaster, have you considered the following.
1. If it was a flood, from heavy rains or hurricane:
a. What about the rodents where did they go?
b. What about the cockroaches and other things that might live in the sewer system or septic tank?
a. Animals are affected by fire, including birds.
b. Rodents can also be affected by fire and may seek refuge in your building or sheds.
Messy pigeons and birds
I understand that we build our homes out of wood right on top of the termites and that we design houses without thinking about pests. Sometimes I wish more would think about creating perfect habitats which can cause us pains and aggravations.
There are fixes to these issues but sometimes they look messy no matter what you do, there are some products that can be used like repellents which can be hidden. You can be a Do It Yourselfer but think about the after pictures and will it look professional and nice.
As always you can always call ProBest Pest Management for advice – 480-831-9328 or 623-414-0176
Pigeon Poo and You!
I think its time to find a new parking spot. Bird poo can cause disease and can also ruin car paint and other structures. The other issue I have is tracking this stuff into the home and if you have children – do you really want them playing on the carpet.
Histoplasmosis is a fungal infection. It occurs throughout the world. In the United States, it is most common in the southeastern, mid-Atlantic, and central states.
Histoplasma fungus grows as a mold in the soil. You may get sick when you breathe in spores produced by the fungus. Soil that contains bird or bat droppings may have larger amounts of this fungus. The threat is greatest after an old building is torn down or in caves.
Having a weakened immune system increases your risk for getting or reactivating this disease. Very young or very old people, or those with AIDS, cancer, or an organ transplant have more severe symptoms.
People with chronic lung disease (such as emphysema and bronchiectasis) are at higher risk of a more severe infection.
Here is a publication on the cleanup procedure and please wear a mask and wear gloves.