bird dispersal Articles

  • Aerolaser Handheld at London City Airport, UK - Case Study

    London City Airport is located in the Docklands, an urbanized area. A great location for city hopping traffic, but unfortunately it also attracts another group of travellers: sea gulls, crows and pigeons. Airport: London City Airport Location: London, England Product: Aerolaser Handheld Birds ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • Agriculture Testimonals

    Fenland Farming - Scarecrow 180 "The Scarecrow system has been effective in protecting our crops against the birds in the area. Having tried all other means of control, most of which only work for a short time, the scarecrow system continued to be effective for the whole of our growing season. I would happily recommend to others and will ...


    By Scarecrow Group Limited.

  • Marine and Leisure Testimonials

    The RSPB, South East - Patrol Two. "The Patrol 2 unit is perfect for our survey work; it is lightweight and its variable volume makes it very versatile for a number of survey situations."Senior Conservation Officer, South East England Regional ...


    By Scarecrow Group Limited.

  • Frankfurt Airport uses the Aerolaser Handheld, a very safe bird control tool - Case Study

    Frankfurt Airport (Germany) is the largest airport in the country and one of the busiest airports in Europe. The airport is surrounded by forests, nature conservation areas, several lakes, and a river. And most importantly, there is the largest undeveloped grassland in the region which attracts many bird species such as buzzard, kestrel, pigeon, starling, and heron for feeding, resting, and ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • Southampton Airport a safer place because of effective bird dispersal - Case Study

    Bird controllers at Southampton Airport are always on the lookout for new innovations to make this place safer for all the visitors and the people who are working there. The Aerolaser Handheld, in use since June 2014 and has proven to be an effective bird dispersal tool at Southampton Airport. “We use the Aerolaser Handheld all the time” ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • Bird deterrent laser against geese at Dundee Airport - Case Study

    Airport: Dundee Airport Location: Dundee, United Kingdom Product: Aerolaser Handheld Birds dispersed: Geese, crows, pigeons, starlings, oyster catchers and many more In use since: April 2015 Dundee Airport is situated very close to a residential area and using ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • Aviation Testimonials.

    London Luton Airport - BIRD Tab. “London Luton Airport has very ambitious wildlife strike hazard reduction targets; Scarecrow B.I.R.D. Tab™ has been instrumental in delivering an 80% reduction in airfield bird sightings and a resulting reduction in controllable species bird strikes of over 90%. BIRD Tab is robust, easy to use and ...


    By Scarecrow Group Limited.

  • Luton Airport Case Study.

    "The Airport has seen an 80% reduction in airfield bird sightings in the last year - Liam Bolger, Airfield Operations London Luton Airport"  • 80% reduction in airfield bird sightings since BIRD Tab implementation • BIRD Tab has minimised the risk of bird strike at Luton airport • Over 90% reduction in controllable species bird strikes London Luton ...


    By Scarecrow Group Limited.

  • Unboxing of Agrilaser Lite - Case Study

    In this video you will see the unboxing of the Agrilaser Lite and dispersing crows, pigeons and seagulls. The package contains a storage box, an Agrilaser Lite, a user manual, two rechargeable CR batteries and a charger. The batteries need to be charged after approximately 3 hours of use. The LED on the charger indicates when the batteries are fully charged. The manual gives an explanation ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • Agrilaser Autonomic 2016 Pest Best Product award

    At PestTech 2016, the Agrilaser Autonomic won first prize in the Pest Best Product of the year award 2016. PestTech 2016 is the Annual Exhibition and Conference put on by the National Pest Technicians Association in the UK, held on November 2nd in Birmingham. With an exhibition consisting of over 50 exhibitors, a series of seminars on interesting and ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • Population genetic structure and dispersal across a fragmented landscape in cerulean warblers (Dendroica cerulea)

    Cerulean warblers (Dendroica cerulea) have experienced significant declines across their breeding range and presently exist in disjunct populations, largely because of extensive loss and fragmentation of their breeding and wintering habitat. Despite this overall decline, a recent north-eastern expansion of the breeding range has been proposed, and some researchers have suggested that the eastern ...


    By Springer-Verlag GmbH

  • Bird controllers are essential to avoid Sully situation

    Bird strikes Effective bird control is essential to ensure aviation safety. New awareness for the risk of bird strikes in aviation is being raised by the release of motion picture “Sully: The Untold Story of the Miracle on the Hudson”. Wildlife strikes are relatively infrequent, only 3 percent of the strikes results in aircraft ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • Luis Munoz Marin International Airport Case Study.

    Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport, situated in San Juan, Puerto Rico, is the busiest airport in the Caribbean by passenger traffic, acting as a hub between the Caribbean and mainland USA. The airport is a joint civil-military operation, and falls under the remit of the FAA. It is one of very few airports under FAA jurisdiction that is privatized. The airport currently caters ...


    By Scarecrow Group Limited.

  • Disperse birds from barns and stables - Case Study

    A video in which is demonstrated how birds are being repelled from indoor spaces. With the Agrilaser Lite you can easily disperse sparrows, crows, starlings, rooks and pigeons. Stables and barns Pigeons, starlings and rooks in barns will eat the cattle nutrition and contaminate it with their wastes. Birds are known to carry viruses and disease like Chicken ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • Automated bird deterrent lasers dispersing gulls from Carrefour rooftops - Case Study

    Location: Rue de l’industrie 21, 1400 Nivelles, Belgium Application context: Warehouses & Distribution centers (Industry & Utility buildings) Problem definition: Gull nuisance on warehouse rooftop Pest bird species: Gulls (Laridae) Time of year bird presence: All year round Time of day bird presence: Daytime No. of birds before ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • Effective bird deterrent against gull nuisance at Texel airport - Case Study

    Location: Texel International Airport Product: Aerolaser HandheldMAX Reason: Gull nuisance on runway In use since: June 2016 The problem at Texel Airport is very specific. During a set period, there are gulls that increase the danger for low altitude bird ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • Bringing aeroconservation down to Earth

    From migrating birds to pollinating bees to seed-dispersing plants, thousands of species depend on the quality of the aerosphere­ — the layer of air that surrounds our planet. Despite this, aircraft, wind farms, drones, telecommunication towers and other anthropogenic infrastructure increasingly crowd this critical habitat. Current species conservation efforts are generally focused on ...


    By Ensia

  • The surprising link between the tapirs of Costa Rica and climate change

    New studies suggest that protecting tapirs and other large seed-eating mammals is key to preserving carbon storage in rain forests. Esteban Brenes-Mora has been obsessed with tapirs — large, pig-like jungle dwellers — for as long as he can remember. It started with a sticker book his grandfather gave him as a child, and continued through zoo visits and into his ...


    By Ensia

  • Bird Problems Cause Dangers at Airports. Here is Why

    Birds commonly have a basic set of behaviours, within an airport you can encounter 3 basic bird behaviours: Birds fly in flocks. They will rest in open unused areas, which are the exact habitats found around many airports. They migrate south for Winters and North for Summers. These behaviours become problematic for airports because they have to spend a lot of ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • The Horrible Truth About Bird Netting

    Recently the Lloyds Bank in the South Shields, the UK, had a terrible experience with its bird control method: bird netting. Two seagulls have been found dead on the rooftop of the building next to a seriously injured pigeon.   What Happened Lisa Waugh spotted the bodies of the seagulls and a pigeon that seemed to be trapped in the nets placed on the rooftop. She immediately ...


    By Bird Control Group

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