Can pigeons see in the dark?
Pigeons are diurnal birds and making them fly in the night is not good.
To rid pigeons in your attic, you/someone needs to remove them and then board up the locations where they are getting into the attic. Since pigeons can't see well in the dark, it would be easiest to catch them when the attic is mostly dark inside. Pigeons can't bite (not like a parrot can), but they can slap with their wings, so don't be afraid to catch them.
Pigeons are scavengers, it'll eat anything, like leftovers, seeds, and even insects! They are adapted to living in urban areas, if you look at their beaks carefully you will see it's sharp and pointed and get tiny leftovers. Did you know we have over thousands of taste buds while pigeons normally have 40-60? Pigeons also need water. You should see Pigeons drinking water with their heads down, unlike humans. They'll drink water from puddles on…
Pigeons tend to make nests on the ledges above windows on very tall buildings. They also make nests in cracks and holes in roofs. You don't usually see the nests as they are hidden away. The pigeons don't leave the nests until they are almost fully grown, so it is hard to distingush them from adult pigeons.
We see it precisely because it is bright. If it were dark, we wouldn't see it. We see it precisely because it is bright. If it were dark, we wouldn't see it. We see it precisely because it is bright. If it were dark, we wouldn't see it. We see it precisely because it is bright. If it were dark, we wouldn't see it.
By the time a baby pigeon is ready to leave its mother (around 4 weeks), it is already fully feathered, and simply looks like a slightly smaller version of a mature pigeon. At this age, it is already too big to fit comfortably in the palm of an adult's hand. You probably do see baby pigeons, but they are not easily distinguishable as being younger than other pigeons.