Bird control solutions for all types of premises
OUR BIRD CONTROL, FALCONRY AND BIRD DETERRENT SERVICES
A bird infestation problem at your premises poses a number of serious problems, both to the structure of the building and to your business, customers, people traffic and public access areas. A successful bird deterrent programme requires timing, organization, persistence and diversity. Lancashire Bird Control has experience of establishing professional, effective and sustainable bird control solutions for a wide range of clients.
Lancashire Bird Control will undertake a free survey to analyse your individual circumstances and to offer a feasible and cost-effective way of putting in place the right solution for your bird infestation problem.
We have many years experience in flying hawks and falcons to disperse and remove problem birds, such as seagulls and pigeons. We are responsible for the bird control at a large number of sites throughout the country, such as airports, industrial sites, hospitals, warehouses, schools, sporting venues, landfill sites, retail parks and town centres.
Falconry is a natural, humane and environmentally friendly deterrent to nuisance birds. The presence of the hawk or falcon alone is enough to deter these species from a site; the objective is not to kill any birds, but to scare them away from the premises.
Hawks and falcons are a legal way to deal with birds which are protected from lethal methods of reduction. Furthermore this service is much more discreet than spikes, air horns or other methods of bird deterrence.
As well as flying based control we also have other solutions available.
Under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981, wild birds, their nests and eggs are protected. Failure to comply with the legislation can result in prosecution and if found guilty, an unlimited fine and/or a six month custodial sentence.
A detailed knowledge of all relevant legislation ensures licences are in place to undertake bird management activities within the scope of UK law.
Our technicians will explain all the available and appropriate options during your free consultation.