Nesting prevention

Nesting prevention

These migratory birds are only a problem for a limited time each year but if you have a few of them nest above your door you’ll certainly appreciate the problems they cause.

Nesting prevention

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House Martins

House Martins

These migratory birds are only a problem for a limited time each year but if you have a few of them nest above your door you’ll certainly appreciate the problems they cause.

Fully protected by law (in our opinion, quite rightly) there is little you can do once nesting begins so you should plan your defence well in advance.

As we’ve already mentioned this is a migratory species so there’s a large chunk of the year when these birds aren’t even in the country. This is the time to remove any old abandoned nests and install measures to prevent them being rebuilt next season. Either just proof over the worst affected area and let them nest further along or proof the entire building and they’re sure to find another site nearby (just have your apology ready for your neighbour!) Either way, this is a relatively simple problem to solve if planned properly.

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