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NPC have extensive industry experience working with many organisations to provide a range of solutions for pest bird issues.  Let a professional team provide the answer.

NPC have invested in a dedicated insulation team with extensive industry experience. They have accumulated specific skills that allow us to carry out the installation of a range of systems in a safe, efficient and cost-effective manner. The team operate a flexible working approach with our clients allowing work to be scheduled with minimal impact on business operations.

Professional surveys undertaken by our specialist Surveyors who take into account the established patterns of bird behaviour enables NPC to advise on the most suitable solutions. NPC have extensive knowledge and expertise across a wide range of sectors. As a result, we are able to develop site-specific packages that deal with pest bird issues.

Obviously taking into consideration the specific access equipment required will form part of the survey process when recommending the installation of various bird prevention systems.

NPC’s extensive knowledge and safe working practices ensure the work is completed in a safe manner with risk assessments and method statements being compiled prior to the commencement of any bird proofing scheme being undertaken.

NPC have extensive industry experience working with many organisations to provide a range of solutions for pest bird issues. Our professional team are pleased to give advice and provide options suitable for your premises.

Netting systems
Spike systems
Bird wire
Culling
Wildlife management
Optical bird gel
Fouling Removal
Bird Determents
Falconry Services

The peak breeding season for pigeons is between March and July. However, feral pigeons are capable of breeding all year. Feral pigeons can be found throughout Great Britain and to most parts of the world.  Descended from rock doves it explains why pigeon nests are often found on buildings and other structures, to ledges or under eaves or girders.

Normally weighing in the region of 275 -550 gm and 300 – 350 mm in size, the pigeon’s plumage tends to be blue/grey, reds and blacks in hue. Pigeon nests can be made of literally anything these birds collect. Unfortunately, even needles have been known to be used. Therefore care needs to be taken when removing a nest.

Feral pigeons are scavengers and it is common to see several hundred birds at food premises, docks and mills where spillage is often abundant. The feeding of pigeons by the public in urban environments encourages pigeon activity.

Unfortunately, Pigeons carry numerous diseases and the problems they cause include contamination of food, fouling of buildings with the guano causing corrosion, fouling of footpaths which can result in safety hazards, noise pollution, and disease spread through their droppings.

The main species causing bird problems are the feral pigeon. However, gulls, starlings and sparrows are all nuisance birds and in addition, often found around farm buildings crows and rooks may also need control.

Pigeons come under schedule 2 part 2 of The Wildlife and Countryside Act general licence pest birds. Which therefore means during any stage in the year birds can be culled with eggs and nests being destroyed.

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NPC specialise in all forms of pest management, including bird control, proofing to buildings and environmental services

All personnel are DBS (CRB) checked.


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