Pigeon Fouling Removal – Pigeon Guano Removal – Pigeon Droppings Removal

Removal of pigeon nests and the associated debris and fouling

Feral pigeon/bird droppings and nesting materials can carry  60 + diseases and ectoparasites transmittable to humans and animals. The diseases pose a great risk to individuals with compromised or weakened immune systems such as the young, elderly and those living with auto immune diseases.

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  • FUNGAL

    Histoplasmosis

    Candidasis

    Sarcosporidiosias

    Blastomycosi

  • BACTERIAL

    Histoplasmosis

    Candidasis

    Sarcosporidiosias

    Blastomycosi

  • VIRAL

    Encephalitis

    Meningitis

    Newcastle’s Disease

    St. Louis Encephalitis

  • PROTOZOAL

    Toxoplasmosis

    Trichomoniasis

    American Typansomiasis

  • VIRUSES

    Transmissions are primarily through mosquitoes, bird mites and ticks.

    St. Louis Encephalitis (Most Serious Risk)

    Western Equine Encephalitis

    Meningitis

    New Castle’s Disease

    H1N1 / Bird Flu

  • BACTERIA

    There are more bacterial organisms associated with birds that affect human health than all other disease-causing organisms.

    Chlamydiosis

    Species most often affected are pigeons and gulls.  Humans contract the disease by inhaling bacteria-laden dust.

    Salmonellas

    Bacteria become airborne with feces dust in accumulated air intake vents, primarily at restaurants and food processing plants.

  • FUNGI

    Contact usually occurs through air handling systems, contaminated clothing, and spores becoming airborne.  Species most associated are pigeons, blackbirds and starlings.

    Histoplasmosis

    Disseminated histoplasmosis is the result of the organism spreading throughout the body via the bloodstream.  Over 30 million people a year are affected, with 10% exhibiting systems.  The young, elderly, hospitalized or persons with immune system deficiencies are most affected.

    Crytococcis

    Similar to histoplasmosis, but ultimately results in meningitis.  It is estimated that 50% of the pigeon population in the Western United States is infected.

  • ECTOPARASITES

    Ectoparasites are found on the body or in nesting materials.

    Ticks

    A common ectoparasite found on birds that carry lyme disease.

    Bird Mites

    Birds and bird nests carry bird mites which can infest buildings with available hosts.

    Bed Bugs

    Bed bugs often attach themselves to birds and are transferred to new areas by the birds.