Bird Control: solve the presence of crows and pigeons in workplaces.

The presence of crows and pigeons in urban areas is increasingly significant and difficult to manage, especially to preserve the hygiene of the environment and avoid unpleasant incidents due to the territoriality of the birds. However, companies have attempted to curb this problem: how?

The methodologies adopted by companies against crows and pigeons.

There are several techniques implemented.

The most common, aimed at limiting the gathering of pigeons on buildings, is the installation of mechanical needle bollards: iron spikes that, in theory, are supposed to scare away the flying birds. However, in practice, they do not have the desired effect. Firstly, the pigeons gather on these ‘metal spikes’ and form their nests between them, creating an even more stable tangle of twigs and foliage. Secondly, it happens that the sharp materials injure them, causing unnecessary suffering and an even greater spread of disease.

The second method used is the use of anti-pigeon nets, which, apart from being aesthetically unattractive, are even more dangerous than the metal spikes presented above. In fact, many birds, especially smaller ones, attempt to pass through the holes in the netting, thus becoming trapped inside. Birds of prey also often get trapped by their claws and legs in the wire. Both situations lead to an inhuman consequence: a slow and painful death.

The latest technique adopted by companies is the introduction of the radio-controlled eagle: a copy of a larger bird that flaps its wings noisily, which is supposed to scare away crows and pigeons. Although at first this procedure seems effective, after a short time it proves to be completely useless: crows and pigeons are intelligent enough to realise that the bird is not real and learn to ignore it quickly.

Every other attempt to drive away annoying birds over the years has failed; the only certainty is that they are all extremely expensive methods.

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Bird Control, falconry against crows and pigeons: our ecological and sustainable solution.

Our company, Swiss Falconry, has devised an environmentally friendly and sustainable method to remedy the problem and ensure balance in the ecosystem, cleanliness and peace in areas populated by crows and pigeons. How does Bird Control work?

Every other attempt to drive away annoying birds over the years has failed; the only certainty is that they are all extremely expensive methods.

We have learned a combination of ancient falconry techniques and innovative training to enable our team of birds of prey to chase and intimidate nuisance birds in both urban and agricultural environments.

Thanks to our intervention, which involves two phases, the first intensive six days a week for two hours, and the second maintenance phase, more sporadic but regular, the presence of crows and pigeons will soon be only a distant memory.

We have hawks and owls of different sizes, trained for different purposes: the former, depending on their nature and size, in small, medium and large areas, aim to scare off birds or, given their animal instinct, to hunt weaker prey; the latter, very large birds of prey with a truly extraordinary wingspan, have the peculiarity of being nocturnal animals, which will therefore be the ideal solution for disturbing the resting time of crows and pigeons during the twilight hours.

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Our company: seriousness, commitment and passion.

Our seriousness and commitment allow us to operate in any environment, urban, agricultural or industrial: we have trained our creatures to the best of our ability, and they can adapt to any situation. Precisely because of the passion we put into our work, we demand the utmost respect.

Our birds of prey are our colleagues whom we care for impeccably, every day, feeding them with top-quality food and supplementing their immune systems with vitamins. They live in ideal environments with the highest standards of hygiene and comfort.

We invite you to learn more about our modus operandi in future articles.

If you have any questions, please contact us via our contact form on our website or directly via e-mail or telephone.

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