The pigeon we rescued from the animal shelter in December, Fiona, is trying to nest and is wing flicking and vocalizing a lot. She also has been pooping large wet copious amounts of poop. She seems to be eating ok and is bright eyed and energetic. We have never held or petted her because our other rescued female, Phoebe, who lives in an aviary in another part of the house, had reproductive problems partly because she saw us as her mates, because we petted her, per the avian vet. Until now, Fiona would try to bite me. Now she is overly friendly. We do not want babies but want her to be a happy healthy female. We are worried she will lay eggs, which nearly killed Phoebe. Do people ever get pet pigeons fixed or is this even possible? Do we need to get her a hormone implant? I try to give her lavish attention but do not want to encourage horny bird behavior. We don't want her to be lonely but don't want more pigeons than we can handle. Any suggestions? Thanks!