I think the same way you address it in buildings?  I don’t endorse all the methods listed but these are some of the options. 


It depends on the design of the station, the sculpture etc. 


Charles Bergen
202 546 2339

On Nov 8, 2019, at 2:42 PM, Jennifer Easton <JEaston@bart.gov> wrote:

Hi all,
Absent a propeller beanie on top of a figurative sculpture - anyone find ways to discourage our feathered friends from alighting and making a mess of figurative - or heck any - sculpture.

I have a memorial sculpture being placed in a location that has a very active pigeon situation (transit station). Control has been tried in a number of ways, but nothing fully successful. Therefore the sculpture will likely become a nice additional perch so I'm trying to be as proactive as possible.

Thanks in advance.

Your friend in flight...

Jennifer A. Easton


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