Preventing mess by gulls

Preventing mess by gulls

When hunting for food or protecting their nests gulls can be incredibly aggressive. If you’re unlucky enough to have them nest on your property you’ll know what a threat they can be when they’re looking after their eggs or young. Even if it’s just a regular loafing spot the mess beneath can be enormous.

Preventing mess by gulls

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Gulls

Gulls

When hunting for food or protecting their nests gulls can be incredibly aggressive. If you’re unlucky enough to have them nest on your property you’ll know what a threat they can be when they’re looking after their eggs or young. Even if it’s just a regular loafing spot the mess beneath can be enormous.

Gulls have now been removed from the General Licence, so harming them or disturbing their nests will require a specific licence to be applied for. Expel Bird has the experience and skills to have these licences granted where needed but far better is to deal with the issues out of season. By using one or all of a variety of proofing or deterrence methods the best results are always achieved by preventing the nesting activity in the first place.

Whether it’s a single chimney or an entire factory roof, call now for advice and guidance on the various options.

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