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Falconry Response

Falconry Response

Falconry Response

The spring doesn’t just bring warmer weather, it brings an influx of birds looking for a place to nest and breed. When large numbers of birds nest in urban areas, they can pose a risk to health because they carry diseases, their droppings can cause damage to buildings, cars, and machinery, and they can be noisy and even aggressive. 

Why use falconry to control pest birds? 

Birds of prey can unsettle pest birds and force them to nest elsewhere. We have one of the biggest teams of trained birds of prey at our disposal, and we’re acknowledged in the industry as one of the leading specialist bird control companies in the UK. 

How we can help 

We have an in-depth understanding of the relationship between predator and prey, how it can be applied to urban bird management, and the best way to use falconry to solve your pest bird problem. 

Our technicians are trained to the highest industry service and health and safety standards, so you can be sure that your jobs will not only be done well, they’ll be done safely. 

We are always on hand to offer you advice on the best course of action for your site, and our experience speaks for itself. We deal daily with every type of pest bird issue on sites ranging from international stadiums to hospitals, landfill sites, docks, schools, warehouses, and supermarkets. 

Compliance with the law

We are the experts in pest bird control, and we’ll always work legally and humanely. You’re at risk of breaking the law if you try to deal with the problem yourself. 

The Wildlife & Countryside Act 1981 states that a person will be liable for prosecution if they:

kill, injure, or take any wild bird

take, damage, or destroy the nest of a wild bird 

take, damage, or destroy the nest of any wild bird while that nest is in use or being built

take or destroy an egg of any wild bird

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