• Bird Control

    Why does Hong Kong have so many wild pigeons ?

    When Hong kong returned to China in 1997, the government led the release of 10,000 pigeons as a symbol of peace. They became wild pigeons.

    Pigeons are monogamous and typically mate for life. Female pigeons can reach sexual maturity as early as 7 months of age. ... Eight to 12 days after mating, the females lay 1 to 3 (usually 2) white eggs which hatch after 18 days. They are everywhere, and some citizens like to feed them. As a result, wild pigeons are no longer afraid of people and choose to nest in residential buildings.

    The feces of wild pigeons can spread diseases and increase the risk of infection. At the same time, it will attract beetles,ticks,fleas and mites, and at the same time, it will also increase the risk of these insects into the house. You will find that mite has bite marks around your body.



    • Assess the existing bird infestation and provide appropriate control methods

    • Clean the bird droppings and remove the nest or young birds (the young birds will be handed over to SPCA or Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden (KFBG)

    • Install bird spikes or bird nets at infested area to prevent them from coming back

    • Spray residual insecticide to prevent the spread of mites, ticks, fleas & beetles.

    Based on a humanitarian approach

    If there are young pigeons in the nest, customers are advised to be patient and wait for the young pigeons to grow up and leave the nest before arranging services!

    Bird Mites

    It's so scary. While we are removing a pigeon's nest.