|Posted by:||Delilah Hall|
|Iris - I fear there is little one can do to deter your cherry-poohing critters.|
I would be going with the water jet idea - if you have a garden hose and have good pressure, one of those nozzles that lets you choose a jet would be best - aim it straight at them.
It is a time (and water) consuming hobby but if you keep at it, I understand they can learn eventually that if they sit in your tree, they will get a faceful of cold water, and they might just move on to another tree.
In the short term, hosing the blighters out of your tree might give you some relief from the irritation!
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Pigeon droppings||10/06/15 12:54:00||Iris Hill|
|Re:Pigeon droppings||10/06/15 15:14:00||Stuart Kerr|
|Re:Re:Pigeon droppings||10/06/15 17:48:00||Delilah Hall|
|Re:Re:Re:Pigeon droppings||10/06/15 18:25:00||Johanne Coker|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Pigeon droppings||10/06/15 19:37:00||Loraine Pemberton|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Pigeon droppings||10/06/15 19:44:00||Micki Hawkes|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Pigeon droppings||10/06/15 20:28:00||Liz Combes|
|Re:Pigeon droppings||10/06/15 20:08:00||Iris Hill|
|Re:Re:Pigeon droppings||11/06/15 14:49:00||Maggie Dodge|
|Re:Re:Re:Pigeon droppings||11/06/15 16:14:00||Cllr Sam Hearn|
|Re:Pigeon droppings||11/06/15 17:08:00||Iris Hill|