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How to get rid of birds

Pest birds can be a real problem for any business. Not only do they cause a mess, but they can also be a health hazard – and a little frightening.

Pigeons and Myna birds are normally the worst culprits, especially in towns and cities. Bird removal in these cases is made more difficult by a number of factors:

  1. Pigeons natural food is grain and seeds but they adapt to urban areas by scavenging processed food, such as discarded takeaways and food waste from dustbins.
  2. If they can find enough food pigeons and myna birds breed the whole year round.

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Bird removal tactics

The best way to discourage birds for good is to remove their food sources, however in busy urban areas this is not always a practical solution.

If birds are causing a nuisance at your business premises there are a number of tactics that you can try:

  • Removing access to nesting sites (for instance by putting barriers over window ledges) can be an effective bird deterrent.
  • Keep any possible food sources well hidden.
  • Make sure bin lids are secure and rubbish bags are not left in the open.

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Our bird control specialists are experienced in how to get rid of pest birds at your place of work, whatever the location. Using discreet, cost-effective methods of pest bird removal like netting, we can get rid of your pigeon or myna bird problem without harming the birds.

If your bird problem is more than you can handle, call us free on 334 0000 and we’ll get back to you within 24 hours. We’ve developed safe, cost-effective and eco-friendly solutions that work without harming birds.

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