We operate a professional pigeon and bird removal company operating in the San Diego CA area, including the towns of Oceanside, Vista, Carlsbad, Escondido,
San Marcos, Encinitas, Solana Beach, Ramona, Poway, Santee, Lakeside, El Cajon, Spring Valley, Lemon Grove, National City, Chula Vista, Imperial Beach,
and all of San Diego County. We specialize in the humane removal of wild animals from buildings and property. We commonly remove animals from attics,
provide bat control and rat control, and also general wildlife trapping and repair and prevention services. We are fully licensed and insured, and operate
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San Diego Bird & Pigeon Emails:
I live in a condo and a pigeon has been sleeping on our railing in the stairwell outside our door. It has left a lot of mess! I contacted the HOA of our complex to clean up the mess but they refuse to do it until WE catch the pigeon. They want to kill it! I am horrified and want the poor creature to live but am also fed up with the poop. I don't want to kill the pigeon. Is there another solution to prevent it from coming back? Please let me know.
At first we had scurrying in our chimney wall in our master bedroom fro about a week. Next, we have what sounds like several chirping birds in our wall. They may or may not have fallen down the chimney flu-perhaps it's intentionally, but it is likely unsafe and it is certainly disturbing. We want to help the birds (?) and our selves. We have a chimney sweep coming out later in the week to take a look. There is no way we can get up there ourselves as we have a very pitchy Tudor roof line. We do use our fireplaces when it gets chilly.
Any other thoughts or resources we can contact for help?
A wildlife professional is better than a chimney sweep! You might have baby raccoons up there (they sound like birds), or possibly Chimney Swifts, but it's too early in the season for Swifts.
I have called some other trappers in the San Diego area for peacock removal, and none of them know anything about the motion-sensitive squirt guns for the roof like you posted in your blog.
Can you please tell me what I need to do to either purchase or fabricate this contraption?
I have already had peacocks fall through my pool screen enclosures, which are expensive to replace and not fun for the peacocks (did you ever see a peacock flapping about in a pool? Not pretty...)
Please help! The only thing the Critter guys here offered to do is trap them at $100 per bird, but then they admitted they were just going to release them somewhere else, and with my luck, they have a homing instinct like pigeons, so I declined the offer... Besides, at one point, I had 37 of them, and... well, you can do the math...
Anyway, if you could just share your secret of what you actually used on the roof, because I have looked everywhere and can't find anything that even remotely resembles what you described in the blog...