The house we bought came with a dwarf peach tree. We are so excited! But also new to dealing with fruit trees. I've been doing research and suggest the following:
Check out the "Pecan & Fruit Tree Organic Program" in the Library
on this site. It details what to do about pests (or, in your case, suspected pests)
Also, in the "Monthly Organic Calendars" on the Home
page of this site, I noticed that Howard says to thin peach fruit to 5" (spacing between).
I also read (somewhere...) that strips of reflective tape hanging in the branches will help keep birds away when the fruit starts ripening.
Finally, (also read somewhere...) make sure to remove the old fruit from the tree if there's any left. Can't remember exactly why -- maybe causes some kind of disease? Anyway, I'm going to do it. Makes sense!
Hope that helps.
**Take time to stop and smell the flowers
(or... as my ladybug refrigerator magnet says
"take time to stop and eat