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How to Deter Birds
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Pest birds can be a real problem for any business. Not only do they cause a mess, but they can also be a health hazard – and a little frightening especially when defending their nests. Urban pigeons and gulls tend to be the worst culprits, especially in towns and cities. Professional bird removal and deterrents are critical for businesses to effectively remove nusiance birds, avoid damage to premises and reduce potential health risks associated with the presence of pest birds. Bird control within a business setting is made more complex by a number of factors:
Find out if you have a pest bird problem.
The best way to discourage birds for good is to remove their food sources, however in busy urban areas this is not always a practical solution. If birds are causing a nuisance at your business premises there are a number of tactics that you can try:
Our avian specialists are experienced in how to get rid of pest birds at your place of work, whatever the location. Using discreet, cost-effective methods of pest bird removal like bird proofing or bird netting, we can resolve your pigeon or gull problem without harming the birds.
If your bird problem is more than you can handle, call us free on 0800 218 2210 as we’ve developed safe, cost-effective and eco-friendly solutions that deter nuisance birds without harming them.
FACT: Only three gull species are recognised as being potential pests: Greater black-backed gull, Lesser black-backed gull and Herring gull.
However, there are legislative implications with any actions taken that affect bird species. All wild birds (including their nests and eggs) are protected by law in the UK. Bird control legislation is governed by the Wildlife and Countryside Act (1981).