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       Crow       Geese       Gull         Magpie       Pigeon

 

 

Feral pigeons are the most typical pest in the U. K, causing damage and mess making where-ever they roost, creating a significant demand for pigeon control. Today's Pigeon is a descendant of the domesticated European homing pigeon, which means their diet is varied and they are comfortable making their house in synthetic structures and frameworks.

 

They carry a number of potentially infectious diseases such as salmonella, tuberculosis and ornithosis. Therefore they can represent genuine health risks. Usually culling alongside proofing can make a significant  impact against the pigeon

 

Bird droppings can lead to severe hazards on pavements and floors and can cause respiratory ailments 

 

There has been an increase in Sea gulls in residential and commercial areas throughout the UK including inland regions and they can be destructive and disruptive to businesses, creating a mess and damage in public areas, to street furniture, roofing and building structures. Their presence can be a nuisance to customers and residents.

 

The common magpie can become a problem with thier natural curiosity when they begin to damage property and the Crow

can become a noise nusience.

 

Dependant on the area, the quantity of infestation and the whole situation all bird numbers can be controlled with effective culling and/or proofing.  Each case would need to be assessed and sometimes this may include involving other third parties.

 

 

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