Seagulls begin setting territories at the end of February and are building nests by mid-April. They tend to lay three eggs of which one or two chicks survive. They are aggressively protective of nests and chicks. A protected species, they can be dealt with by egg replacement, proofing to prevent further nesting or employing birds of prey, acoustic or laser systems.

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Case Study

Bird Proofing Commercial Roof

This was a job installing netting and spikes on the roof of a building in Cheltenham to prevent birds such as Seaguls and Pigeons landing, nesting and leaving guano on the roof top.

I have undergone training to work at heights and for the use of a safety harness, so made sure I was attached to a safety rope and wearing a hard hat at all time whilst doing this job.

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