PUBLIC HEALTH: Pigeons carry a range of diseases, some of which may be transmitted to humans if droppings contaminate food. They also carry mites which can cause skin disease and dust from their feathers can cause respiratory problems.
DAMAGE: Pigeon droppings are not only unsightly but are acidic and can cause damage to buildings, machinery and vehicles. Nesting material, droppings and feathers can block gutters, drains and air vents.
OTHER BIRDS: large numbers of pigeons can drive smaller birds away from feeding areas. The pigeons also spread disease to other birds, reducing their numbers.
FEEDING PIGEONS: Feeding results in all year breeding that causes overcrowding. The birds become stressed causing disease and parasites to spread quickly within the flock.
Waste food left down for pigeons attracts rats and mice.
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