That’s a great idea. Red Hawks nest in urban areas without boxes. There’s lots here in Washington, DC they are often in our backyard hunting. 

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On Nov 13, 2019, at 6:17 PM, Julie Burros <> wrote:

How about placing nesting boxes for peregrine falcons on nearby buildings?



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From: <> On Behalf Of Jennifer Easton
Sent: Friday, November 8, 2019 2:43 PM
Subject: Public art & pigeons


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.


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