Anyways, because the window's so small (about the length of a regular window, but maybe a quarter the width), I never really open it more than an inch or so on the top. On the outside ledge, on the bottom, has been a pidgeon nest. I like the sounds of the baby birds, and I really don't mind the adult birds too much. Hey, they're outside, they can't mess up my bathroom, right? Wrong. The baby birds grew up and flew away and the adult birds still use the nest. But when I came home from work on break this afternoon, I found that I have many, many tiny little bugs actually in my bathroom, mostly on the ceilling and upper walls. They're almost too small to see, but they're there. And they itch- and I only walked into the bathroom, did my thing, and then noticed them, it's not like I was in there for more than two or three minutes!
What do I do? How do I get rid of them? I have to go back to work in 5 minutes, and hopefully I can go shopping after work to get some kind of stuff to get rid of them, but what works? The websites I just read say that they can completely infest a house and be nearly impossible to get rid of.
How can I get rid of them? I'm willing to use organic and non-organic products, though I have to admit, the more popular the product, and the cheaper the product, the sooner chance of me getting ahold of it. Also, I read they're itchy, but mostly harmless to humans (I don't want them anyways!), but are they dangerous to pets? We've got two dogs and a lizard, who might come in contact with the bird mites if I don't get rid of the mites. HELP!