Falconry Pest Control (also known as Hawking) is an extremely effective deterrent to birds when operated in the correct circumstances. The Hawk needs to be flown on a very regular basis in the first few weeks to establish a firm and defined territory that pigeons, seagulls, starling and other pest birds will then avoid.
To help break the habit of the birds using the building as a night and day roost, a bird of prey can be flown one hour before dusk and one hour after.
Once this territory is established the bird of prey needs to fly on at least a weekly basis to maintain the territory as a deterrent effect for any future pest birds. It should be noted that seagulls are becoming and ever increasing presence in central London and many of the buildings have a problem and therefore regular flights will be absolutely essential to the success of this technique.
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