What to do with a bird after removing it from your house

Birds can frequently be found around a person's home. In some very sad instances, you may even find that pigeons have built their home inside your attic or inside the walls of your house. If they are able to find a cracked board, gap, or some other kind of entry way that they can use to get into your home, you can be sure that they will attempt to do so. At times, you may find yourself in a situation where a pigeon has gotten into the main part of your home and you have been forced to catch it. Now your determination is what to do with this bird. So, what should you do if you catch a bird inside your home?

The first thing to decide is what you want to actually happen to the pigeon. If it is simply to just get it out of your home and you have captured in a trap or even a blanket, then the simple thing to do would be to take it outside and let it go. If all you just want is for it to be out of your house than this is the simplest way to resolve the issue. If you are looking for a more permanent solution than your only real option would be to terminate the life of this animal. You may say to yourself that you could take it to another location and simply let it go, but the reality of it is that this does not work at all.

In case you are unfamiliar with the history of pigeons, these birds were actually used by the Allies during World War II to carry messages across the continental Europe from and to Great Britain. They were an incredibly effective means for delivering messages that could not be intercepted by the Nazis, because of their unbelievable sense of direction. These birds figured out how to get from places deep inside France or Europe and travel hundreds of miles towards London or other areas of Great Britain. It is truly remarkable. What this tells you is that if you take this animal to another location to let it go you have no guarantee that it will not simply come right back. Because of its incredible sense of direction, it could find its way right back to your house, re-creating the same issue you had before. Sadly, this bird's amazing ability to find its way back to your house is the very reason you may have to get rid of it. Because of this, your only real option may be to terminate the bird altogether. This is your only surefire way of ensuring that it does not come back to your house. You may not like the idea of terminating another animal's life, but if your ultimate objective is to ensure that it does not come back, then this is your only true option. Now you can just use something like a poison to resolve your issue.

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