Birds

Bird droppings can be a serious risk to health. Apart from looking and smelling unpleasant, droppings spread disease and cause costly damage buildings.Heavy fouling creates a slippery and dangerous work environment. With over 20 years experience Pestsafe and has the specialist knowledge and techniques to ensure effective and humane control of all bird pests.

  • Gulls

    There are at least 5 species of gull common to the British Isles. All are mainly, but not exclusively coastal birds. Today they are also found in increasing numbers further inland and in particular around refuse tips.The problem is so bad that some councils are under pressure to take action...

  • Pigeons

    The feral pigeon (Columba livia) is common throughout Britain and is descended from the rock pigeon. This explains why these birds love to nest in buildings and any sheltered structure usually on beams and eves. The presence of one or two birds will quickly attract others to the same site....

  • Starlings

    More than 4 million common starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) breed in the UK each year and these are joined annually by more than 30 million migrants from Europe. In late summer, huge communal flocks sometimes gather in night roosts, a visual spectacle which continues until the following breeding season when the flocks split...