Heading out to our backyard, there's a trellis above our back door that is helping an aggressive wisteria plant to continue to take over more than it's share of the real estate up there. There are two turtle doves that insist on building their own nest inside this wisteria. It seems turtledoves are also poor nest builders. Past nests in the same area have resulted in eggs falling onto our sidewalk as well as the droppings of the birds as they busily go about arranging twigs in the nest. Hoping to change their minds about building in this location again, I placed a scat mat directly in front of the area they are intent on building in. A scat mat is usually put in areas of the house where you don't want a cat or dog to claim as their own - if you know what I mean. Don't get me wrong. I love God's creatures. I especially love listening to the song of the turtledove in the summertime. But when they begin to make a mess around me, I'm hoping to discourage their building advances. Is that wrong?