Complete Pigeon Control

Complete Pigeon Control

 

Pigeon Feces Health Advisory


     


BE ADVISED-  Pigeon droppings carry many diseases, 


insects and parasites. 



Some of the diseases that can be 


contracted from pigeon excrement are:

 


- Histoplasmosis


- Cryptococcosis

    - Psittacosis

      - West Nile Virus

      - Worsen Medical Conditions-  Allergies, COPD, Emphysema, 

      and Asthma. 


        Insects and Parasites found in feces:


        - Ticks

          - Mites

            - Lice

              - Carpet Beetles

                - Flies

                  - Maggots

                    - Parasites

                      


                    The longer you wait to address your pigeon issue, the higher 


                    your risk of being affected by diseases, insects and parasites. 



                    Don't wait!!



                    People more at risk of contracting sickness from Pigeon Feces:



                    - Children


                    - Pets


                    - Elderly


                    - Those with respiratory issues, medical problems and 


                       allergies



                    POOP STATS



                    - One Pigeon can poop anywhere from 48 – 51 times in a 24 
                    hour period with a total of approximately 25lbs. a year. 

                    - Pigeon feces is very acidic causing erosion in metals, paints 

                    and building materials. 


                    Pigeon Feces Case Studies-
                     

                    1. The New York Transit Authority was recently ordered to 

                    pay over $6 million to a man who suffered serious injuries 

                    after slipping on bird droppings and falling on a flight of 

                    subway stairs in the Bronx. 

                    2. A teacher won $1.2 million in a settlement with a Florida 

                    school district after contracting Cryptococcosis from 

                    accumulated pigeon droppings found in the air ducts. (South 

                    Florida Sentinel, March 29, 2001). 

                    3.  A Minnesota bridge collapsed due to infestation and erosion caused by pigeon droppings. 


                    Whether its health hazards, property damage, or the constant cooing- Pigeons cause millions of dollars in damage each year in addition to millions of annoyed and fed up individuals.