Pigeon Rats

Pigeon Rats are social and aggressive birds. They can be a nuisance to both the owner and the people around them. They have a very short attention span and will quickly become bored with their surroundings. Their natural curiosity and need for the activity will drive them into nearly every corner of their home. This will drive you to do the same. If left unchecked, this can cause your home to become an animal refuge. Pigeon Rats like all rats are bottom feeders. They will gnaw on anything they can find including electrical wiring, car engines, paint, carpet, wires, plumbing, wood, and any other kind of metal they can find. They also enjoy eating mice, squirrels, frogs, mice babies, and any other small animals. Pigeon Rats are also scavengers. They will scour your garbage in search of food.

Because of their size, these birds are able to carry away medicines, detergents, and even human waste which are toxic to them. If you leave medicine, detergent, or waste outside your home they will take it. For this reason, you should close all exterior doors and windows during times when the weather is foul. When moving items inside you should dispose of them in the trash.

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Pigeon Rats like houses with many windows. They can enter your home through any available space. They have been known to invade homes through broken windows and even through a hole in your roof. They will search for any crevices and holes they can find. They also enjoy climbing up trees and making their nests in the branches. A pigeon nest can contain up to five hundred eggs. When a pigeon nest is removed from its location, it becomes a living example of the havoc these birds can create. Many times they will eat the nestlings, which hatch out of the eggs. It’s important to kill any pigeon that nests in your yard because it will rapidly multiply into hundreds of nestlings.blank

Pigeon Rats are a real problem and you should take measures to eliminate them if you want to keep your home free of pests. Find out what makes them tick and put measures in place that will reduce their numbers. Prevent them from entering your home by sealing cracks and holes. Do not let small animals into your yard, as they often carry diseases and can harm you and your family. If you have a pet, keep them away from the pigeon population.

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