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Using falconry as a natural bird deterrent for bird control has become a recommended form of controlling bird infestations throughout our living and working environments

The birds of prey we use for bird control are trained in a specialised way to ensure that they can be deployed and their flights controlled.  Our knowledge of avian science has given us the understanding that we can select certain species of bird of prey for our falconry bird control services to work specific environments and to do set tasks depending on their physical build and mentality.

These are species selected especially for use in falconry bird deterrent services to deal with working in unnatural environments with noise, distractions and dangers that they would not usually encounter. Once trained, a bird of prey can patrol the skies above and around the treatment area making it very hard for the pest species to hide.

In order to deploy an effective falconry program with a specially trained bird of prey, every effort is made to disturb the daily habits of the pest species. This usually includes affecting the area where the pest birds roost and the places they feed. By increasing the risks for the pest bird species it creates confusion and panic in and around the treatment area.  In some situations this panic can be enough to encourage the pest birds to find new safer feeding grounds and roosting

Before a bird of prey can be deployed on your site, a survey will need to take place to assess the dangers that a bird of prey might encounter while deploying our falconry bird control  program. The risk assessment is essential to ensure the correct ethics are portrayed when working with live animals.

This process acts as a guarantee to the welfare of our working stock and also offers answers to most public questions of concern should they arise.

PEST CONTROL THE WAY NATURE INTENDED

 
 

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