BirdsBird Control Solutions

We offer a discreet, fast, and professional pest control service for commercial and industrial sectors, eliminating the risks and hazards of pest infestations in Wicklow, Dublin, and surrounding areas. With more than 35 years’ experience in the pest control industry, our highly skilled and licensed local service technicians will deliver the best solutions in the most densely populated urban areas, giving us the ability to provide commercial customers with exceptional service.

BirdsDamage Potential

Feral pigeons and certain species of gull, for example the Herring Gull and Lesser Black-Back Gull are potentially a source of risk to health and safety in the urban environment. A range of diseases have been shown to be caried by birds living in urban and suburban environments.

Pigeons and seagulls will deface buildings by their droppings deposited and nesting materials and could potentially destroy a good working businesses reputation.

The feral pigeon uses buildings throughout cities as a sheltered roosting site while waiting to feed at first light on debris from waste management bins in the domestic and commercial sectors.

Both Herring Gulls and Lesser Black-Back Gulls are becoming an increasing problem in Dublin and surrounding areas, nesting on flat rooftops. They have become aggressively protective of their territory, especially during their breeding cycle.

BirdsLegal status

Unlike most other pest species, birds have legislative protection unless it can be provided that their presence is detrimental to man in some way.

Under the Wildlife Act 1976, all wild birds, their eggs, nests, and habitat are protected. However, member states may derogate from the provisions in the directive, where there is no other satisfactory solution, for the following reasons:

  • In the interests of public health and safety
  • In the interest of air safety
  • To prevent serious damage to crops, livestock, forests, fisheries, and water
  • For the protection of flora and fauna

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