Feral pigeons are descendants of the rock dove of Europe, Asia and Africa. The pigeon was first brought to this country as a domestic bird in 1606 and is now found in virtually every city.
Pigeons take on the status as a pest when they conflict with human activities or present health problems. Pigeon droppings deface and accelerate deterioration of statues, buildings and equipment...
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House sparrows were introduced from England into the United States in 1850. There are many naturally occurring species of sparrows also in the U.S. but they are not considered pests in or around buildings.
The house sparrow is a small but stocky bird 5.5 to 6.5 inches in length. The male can be distinguished from all common native sparrows by its black throat and upper breast and ...
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