|Posted by:||Cllr Sam Hearn|
|The Duke of Wellington's laconic advice to Queen Victoria when faced with a similar problem (but on a much bigger scale) was "Sparrow Hawks Ma'am".|
At Hampton Court Palace in recent times they used to call in a specialist bird of prey handler every so often to scare off the pigeons. He just needed to fly his birds for a couple of days and the pigeons would vanish.
Alternatively there is a local marksman known as "Doctor Death" who owns a powerful air rifle ....
Saw a couple of plastic owls last weekend and apparently they are not very effective. Perhaps Chiswick pigeons are less savvy than Richmond pigeons?
|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|