Pest control for pigeons, gulls and other birds

Pest control for pigeons, gulls and other birds

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Trouble with sea gulls? Issue with pigeons? Bothered by birds?
That’s where we can step in and help you control and manage pest birds.

The dangers: why control birds?

Pathogens and diseases

There are more than 110 pathogens reportedly carried by pigeons, and there is plenty of research to suggest other wild birds pass on diseases to humans.

Parasite infestation

If you have a current or past problem with birds, you may find you’ll suffer from a parasite infestation too.
These little critters can quickly multiply into thousands, leaving you feeling overwhelmed.
The relentless biting, itching, crawling sensation and lack of sleep are the physical symptoms that can propagate a whole host of secondary mental health issues.
Bird mites are parasitic arthropods feed on living organisms. It is the female mite that needs a blood meal to reproduce viable eggs. They are attracted to mammals by receptors for moisture, heat and CO2, and they often bite humans when their original food source has gone – like when the young birds leave the nest.

Birds around businesses

If you have birds roosting in and around your business then you’ll want to seek professional help as soon as possible.
In the UK, allowing birds to infest a food business violates the Food Safety (General Food Hygiene) Regulations 1995, and could result in prosecution of the food company.
If you don’t address health and safety hazards, you could be putting your staff and customers at risk.

Professional bird control and management

For proofing, professional pest controllers will use preventative methods such as:
• Bird netting
• Bird spikes
• Electric bird wire
• Non-toxic optical bird gel
• Laser deterrents
• Shock stripes
• Audible scares.

All of these methods of proofing have their merits, and some can offer a stronger and more lasting deterrent.
All netting must be installed in a way so that a bird cannot be trapped in the net.
All of these methods of proofing have their merits and some can offer a stronger and more lasting deterrent, but as with any method of control, they may become less effective over an extended period of time.
Flying a bird of prey can be a great way of deterring birds from a certain area.

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