Neighbour's birds are a nuisance
I FEEL victimised in my own home and garden. I must admit I do feed and encourage the wild birds into my garden by providing sunflower seeds, fat balls and peanuts, and also household scraps, and have great pleasure from doing this.
But over the last few months we have been absolutely inundated with pigeons; 30-40 at a time.
They obviously belong to somebody locally that at the time thought it a nice idea to have a few birds but did not take into account they breed like rabbits.
They come into the garden on a mission to behead every flower they find, peck out every bulb, they foul our patios with their droppings and hang from the bird feeders with flapping wings.
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I love the birds but this is really too much and we have complained to the local council about this.
Although very helpful, we were told the only way to stop this miserable situation is to no longer feed the wild birds, so why should I have to give up something I have so enjoyed for many years?
When living in a local community surely you consider your neighbours. I would not have 20 cats, or crowing cockerels or pigs to name but a few, so why should I be expected to stop my only pleasure because a thoughtless neighbour has no idea the mayhem he is causing with housing dozens of pigeons he probably now finds a problem to feed?
This makes me so cross. How thoughtless some people are.