Posts with the tag: "get rid of pigeons"
There are many exotic creatures that call Hawaii their home--and some that are not so exotic. These pests get into homes and businesses, damage property, damage crops, pose a danger to residents and visitors, and threaten indigenous wildlife. It isn't their fault, really. They're just doing what they were born to do. But they can't be allowed to run amok. They must be controlled. When it comes to managing bugs and wildlife, homeowners, business owners, farmers and state municipalities are turning to Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions.
Tourists flock to Oahu and other parts of Hawaii to see honeycreepers and other native birds. They don’t come to view pigeons but unfortunately these pest birds are here and an ongoing problem. With a preference for urban environments, pigeons in Honolulu and other Hawaiian cities are commonly found in parks, on buildings and bridges, and in grain mills and warehouses. Not only is there an over-population of these pest birds, they’ve become a nuisance pest and a dangerous one. Here are three reasons why homes and businesses don’t want pigeons hanging around.
How do you control a rat that can fly? Think about this sentence for a second. In it are the two important points we are going to discuss. The first deals with the exceptional filthiness of these birds. The second deals with the difficulty in protecting a business from the dangers of having these birds around. When we're done, you'll have all the information you need to understand the threat, and how to deal with it.
Nets. Spikes. A gel with hot pepper. The International Market Place in Honolulu’s Waikiki had tried them all, and still pedestrians at the open air mall dodged swooping pigeons, while customers dining under sunny skies had their meals ruined by droppings.