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How to Guard Against Nesting Gulls
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How to Guard Against Nesting Gulls

As spring approaches, it’s not long until gulls all over the UK start to think about nesting. Gulls typically like to go back to the nesting site they’ve had previously which is often in people’s chimneys. If you had a problem with gulls…
Bird Control Benefits - Protecting Your Health and Property
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Bird Control Benefits – Protecting Your Health and Property

Our bird control service covers Scotland and the North of England. And we’re often called out to deal with flying pests such as seagulls, starlings and pigeons. In this article we’ll talk about the main benefits of professional bird…
rat control edinburgh
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DIY Pest Control That Won’t Stop Rodents

A Rise in Rodents Numbers There has been a considerable rise in the number of rodents in the UK in recent years. This is down to a number of factors including warmer winters, a reduction in waste collections and an increase in wild bird feeding.…
wasp control scotland
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What’s More Annoying Than Wasps? Drunk Wasps!

Q: What do you call a wasp? A: A wanna-bee! Q: What is a wasp’s favourite singer? A: Sting! Q: Where do you take a sick wasp? A: To waspital. Wasps are generally not funny, apart from in jokes. (I’m sure some of you disagree…
Pigeons at Holyrood sitting comfortably.....again
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Pigeons at Holyrood sitting comfortably…..again

On 6 December, Dunfermline Sheriff Court was told that two-year-old Naphtali (aka Naph pictured below) is one of several birds used to manage bird populations disappeared when he was caught by a gust of wind, while being exercised by his handler…
Pest Control Problems in the Winter
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Pest Control Problems in the Winter

Pest Control Problems in the Winter While some pests are only a problem to home and business owners in the warmer months, there are a number that can cause difficulties all year round, including winter time. Dealing with things such as…