On the pre-dawn walk no pigeons were found roosting on any of the property. I got the hawks out after breakfast, did paperwork and now changing into my 'cleaning clothes'. It cleaning day and I always change into the prior day's clothes for that task. I get very wet and soggy, even though I put on a vinyl apron to keep as dry as I can. But, on hot days, I don't mind getting wet anyhow. Hawks will be out and misted by mid-morning. I got the enclosures extra clean, scrubbing with a scrub brush that I had purchased. Sometimes spraying is just not enough. I set the hawks out, they were misted and I noted that when the hawks are weathered outside, pigeons in the area are far fewer. It was sunny and hot so I made sure the hawks were kept comfortable all day long. I waited for the evening to arrive and after dinner, I flew all 4 of the hawks over the pool area, one at a time. As with other sunny days, I stay out until the sun is quite low in the sky, just getting ready to set. I then put the hawks up and put them in my truck for the night.