Called out to help stop some pigeons from fouling on a shop in Rushden, a new net was installed and spikes. also a clean will be carried out to clear bird fouling from walk way..
Milo my 1 year old harris hawk, on bird control duties in Northamptonshire, helping to keep this business bird free, Milo along with some of the other team are flown here to keep gulls from roosting on the roof, on a weekly bases. If this is something that maybe of interest to you, please contact me for a free site survey.
Another wasp nest treated in Northampton, If you have a wasp nest you need treating call for a price.
Bird control in Daventry this morning, moving seagulls off a factory roof. The program is working great arrived on site to find no gulls loafing o the roof , we flew Ricky the young male peregrine x saker falcon round then followed by Milo my male harris hawk. If you have a problem with birds on your business and wkuld like a quote for a bird deterrent programme contact me..
Bird control in Milton keynes today pulled up on site, plenty of young corvid around now, also it was nice to watch a pair of pheasents walk passed my van, seem so relaxed.. on another note site is a little wet after all the rain that was had yesterday, hopefully won't have any today so i can give my birds some good flying time..
very warm today for the birds, even Victor came in for a rest.. :)
If you have a problem with fleas give me a call for treatment prices.
I got called out recently to deal with a mole problem, so i started setting traps and caught these 2 moles pretty quickly. If you have a mole digging up your lawn and want it removed contact me for a quote.
"mole removal in Daventry, Northampton, Rugby, Milton keynes and surrounding areas".
Called out to deal with some pigeons today. If you have some pigeons you need dealing with contact me for a quote. Covering Daventry, Northampton, Rugby, Coventry, Milton Keynes and surrounding areas.
Bird control in warm weather, flew Perry my male peregrine x prairie he went off gaining height finding the thermals then he was gone, got a bleep from his leg mounted transmitter, he was up high above site but i couldnt even see him with my binoculars. After a 2hr wait, "i kept checking with the reciver he was still about", he decided to show himself . Then a couple of swings of the lure he was down in minutes in a lovely stoop.. on the plus side the gulls didnt want to come in as they knew he was up there but i really was a bit worried he would see something in the distance and give chase.. think i may stop flying him for awhile.
Hawkflyer Milo the harris hawk on bird control duties in Daventry on a new site, we was called in to help stop seagulls from roosting/nesting on a factory roof where they had already have caused a large amount of damage. So Milo the harris hawk and Victor the gyr/saker falcon have been flown around the site on regular visits.
Watch The Pied Piper of Southampton 'feeding' plague of 100 giant RATS which has left neighbours terrified
Ali Khan, 34, says the area is teeming with rodents which even attack his pet Staffie dog and the 'rustling' keeps his family awake a night.
A dad says a plague of 100 giant rats has left him too scared to let his children play in their own garden.
And Ali Khan, 34, claims the problem has been made worse by his neighbour FEEDING the terrifying pests.
He took to filming the rats in a bid to make his local council take action.
Mr Khan, from Southampton, says the rats "rustling" keeps his family awake at night, and the fearless rodents have even attacked his pet Staffie Amo.
Environmental health officers have been to visit the property but describe the case as "complex".
Mr Khan says he so is now fed up with the infestation he is considering moving house.
The MIRROR reports..
"If you have any rat problems in the Daventry, Northampton, Rugby or Milton keynes area's contact me for a quote."
Hawkflyer, spent a few hours in Swindon after being asked to help deal with a gull problem on a factory roof. The gulls have been roosting and damaging the roof, the company in question was worried that they would nest on there so we was called in to put a bird flying program in place, to help keep the gulls of the roof.
If you have a problem with birds in the Northamptonshire, Warwickshire, Milton keynes area's contact me for a quote.
Savoury and sweet biscuits made for German discount supermarket Aldi have been withdrawn because they were made in a “dirty” factory.
Read more: http://www.northamptonchron.co.uk/news/local/aldi-recalls-15-different-food-lines-due-to-possible-contamination-by-pests-in-dirty-factory-1-7302481
Loving the weather today, doing bird control in Milton Keynes with the falcons, the birds are flying well the suns out what more could I ask for. It wont be long now before most of the gulls have moved off to there breeding grounds and I start getting calls for general pests due to the warmer weather coming..
Meet Perry he's a peregrine x prairie falcon, he was born in 2015 so only a young bird and the newest member of the team, his training is coming along great flying well has no problem flying around the machines on site. He is already scaring the birds of site when hes up in the air. I have good hope for this little guy.
Rat problem report from the BBC,
Residents whose homes are being plagued by a "massive" infestation of rats have been asked to help tackle the problem by their local council.
The rodents have been spotted in streets and back gardens, as well as nesting in the engines of parked cars.
People from the Anstey Road, Baker Street and Howard Street areas of Reading have handed a petition to the local council calling for action.
It said "responsible waste disposal" was key to tackling the problem.
Reading Borough Council said homeowners also needed to ensure rats cannot get into their properties, and advised them to remove food sources such bird feed at night.
'Massive' rat issueIt said it was working with Thames Water to solve the problem, which was largely caused by rats leaving the sewers through drains.
Baker Street Area Neighbourhood Association chair Karen Rowland submitted the petition calling on the council to tackle the "massive rat issue".
She said there had been one instance of a car failing its MOT because a rat had chewed through its brake cables.
In her response to the petition the borough council's lead member for neighbourhoods Liz Terry said the local authority "cannot work in isolation".
She said: "We have asked for residents help, to provide additional support and to encourage responsible waste disposal."
Ms Terry added that an event was being set up where people would be provided with information and advice about the rats.
Council officers are also working with Thames Water to carry out a sewer baiting programme.
Ms Rowland said: "None of us can do this alone. The council, Thames Water and the residents all need to work together."
"If you think you may have a rodent problem call Hawkflyer Bird & Pest Control for a quote, in Daventry, Northampton, Rugby, Milton keynes and surrounding areas."
The last few weeks have been spent getting my falcons flying and fit, as I know come October the seagull numbers will go up anything up to 1000 birds, with all the adult and young gulls coming inland to feed where they can, usually landfill. A ripe place for food waste. The job in hand will be to keep these gulls of the tipping area all day while the machines are working to help stop them and the customers from getting fouled on..
These urban foxes really are getting quite brave.
The Prime Minister wants the country to engage in a "big conversation" about gulls following recent attacks.
read more: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-33573807