Bird deterrence

Repelling Birds

Pigeons are the most common bird species found in the urban environment and their population is constantly increasing due to the lack of natural enemies and the abundance of food available in urban centers. Their presence creates many problems and risks.

The concentration of a large number of pigeons in urban centers creates a multitude of problems not only of aesthetic nature but mainly of hygienic nature as they pose a threat to public health. Especially their droppings cause outbreaks of infection. 

Pigeons, also known as "flying rats" as the Londoners call them, are classified as “urban pests", along with mice and cockroaches. They are carriers of parasites (bedbugs, ticks, lice, blood-sucking mites, etc.) and pathogenic microorganisms and can transmit diseases such as encephalitis, salmonella, histoplasmosis, lung disease, etc. They can also cause considerable damage to marble and metal surfaces, balconies, window sills, roofs etc. because of the erosion caused by their droppings. They make their nests in spots not exposed to the weather (roof tiles, signs, under balconies, under panels, in ventilation units, etc.) and they are particularly difficult to remove once installed. Their presence in ventilation systems is particularly dangerous because these facilitate the transmission of contaminants inside buildings. 

For the control of pigeons Biologiki uses advanced and modern bird deterring methods that do not interfere with the aesthetics of the site and are safe for the birds, not causing them injury.


Control methods