Falconry Bird Control in London

Bird of Prey for Pigeon Control

Why Use Falconry Control Birds?

When implemented correctly, Falconry Pest Control, also known as Hawking, can be a highly effective method of deterring birds. Initially, the hawk must be flown regularly in the first few weeks to establish a defined territory that will discourage pest birds like pigeons, seagulls, and starlings from entering the area.

To further discourage the birds from using the building as a roost, a bird of prey can be flown for one hour before dusk and one hour after. Once the territory has been established, the bird of prey should be flown at least once a week to maintain the deterrent effect on any future pest birds.

It’s worth noting that seagulls are becoming more prevalent in central London, and many buildings are affected. Therefore, regular flights will be crucial to the success of this technique.

Benefits of using Falconry to Control Birds?

This method offers several benefits, particularly its environmentally friendly approach, which is well-received by both the public and your business’s employees. When we arrive at your property, we’ll conduct a complimentary survey to determine the most effective method for removing problematic birds.

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