Collared Dove

These doves can yield at least 2 broods in a year. Incubation lasts at least two weeks and their offspring spends about 15 days in the nest. These birds feed on grains and seeds and they usually nest in canopies and trees.


There exists a wide range of species of gulls and only a few of them are actually considered pests which includes the Herring gull and the greater Black-backed gull. Accurate identification of gulls can be difficult due to seasonal changes. These birds only produce a single brood in a year with 2-3 eggs per clutch. Incubation can last for 25 days and their offspring can spend more than a month in the nest. Gulls are omnivorous in nature and forage a great distance away from their roosting sites. You’ll typically find them nesting in buildings and cliffs.

House Sparrow

House sparrows can live for as long as 4 or 7 years and stick around for at least 5breeding seasons which usually lasts from Spring to Summer yielding as many as 3 broods each year with at least 4 eggs per clutch. House sparrows have this habit of using the same nest each year which can result to a massive buildup of nesting materials. They are considered a serious commercial pest as they often contaminate or ruin packaged goods.

Feral Pigeon

Feral pigeons can produce as many as 3 broods in a year with at least 2 eggs per clutch. Incubation period lasts for at least 17 days and their off springs spend more than a month in the nest. These birds are a popular sight around cities feeding on seeds and food scraps.