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Are you having trouble with feral chickens in Honolulu, Kailua, Mokapu, or Oahu? It can sometimes feel like these pests have taken over the islands. And, it is partly true. Since red jungle fowl were introduced by early Polynesian settlers, these roosters have been trying to rule the roost. They disrupt families with their loud caws, and drive dogs crazy. As they move about your property, they damage your lawn and garden by pecking and scratching everywhere they go. They leave their feces in the backyard and on walkways and driveways, presenting a slipping hazard, and a potential health hazard. Feral chicken are known to carry human spread pathogens. These diseases are spread through contact with feces and urine. That makes these bird more than a nuisance pest. Fortunately, Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions has some solutions for you.
One of the most common pests to businesses worldwide are birds. In fact, birds will gather in almost any place where there is space, food, and a water supply. Unfortunately this includes most businesses in Honolulu and Oahu. And although flocks of birds may seem innocent enough because you see them so frequently, they can actually be quite hazardous.
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.
For the past few years Ovocontrol P has been used with great success in humanely reducing pigeon populations around the country by affecting the hatch ability of eggs. Although the product was available in Hawaii, owing to excessively restrictive language in the label that did not take into consideration Hawaii's unique pest bird challenges it was practically impossible to comply with he label, therefore the product had very limited use.