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Peregrine Hawk Kites

Bird Control Systems Ltd.

Unit 1A, Fordingbridge Business Park

Ashford Road, Fordingbridge

Hampshire, UK

SP6 1BD

T: +44 (0) 01425 654 967

F: +44  (0) 01425 839 367

info@BirdControl.net

 

 

 

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Bird Control Systems Ltd. registration number is 8601893 and is registered at 10 Bridge Street, Christchurch Dorset, BH23  U.K.

Peregrine Pro Hawk Kites is a registered trade mark of Bird Control Systems Ltd.

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Peregrine TM Pro Hawk Kites

Seagull Bird Control

Seagulls are instinctively afraid of the Peregrine Hawk Kite.

 

The Hawk Kite is very effective for Seagull Control. It has been used for seagull control in London, Birmingham, Liverpool, Bournemouth and across the U.K. Europe and North America. Seagulls are generally medium to large birds, usually grey and white, often with black markings on the head and wings. Seagulls have harsh squawking calls, longer bills and webbed feet. 

 

Seagulls are resourceful, inquisitive and very intelligent. They have complex methods of communication and a developed social structure. They breed on every continent, and are even found in the high Arctic.

 

Seagulls are highly adaptable feeders that opportunistically take a wide range of food sources. Seagulls will eat anything from saltwater invertebrates to fruit and landfill garbage.

 

Seagulls are moving into built up areas to nest. One of the main reasons is because food sources are readily available both from people deliberately feeding them and an ongoing issue of refuse strewn around roads and streets. Breeding seagull pairs court in April and commence nest building from early May onwards. Nests are generally constructed from straw, grass, twigs, paper and any other material the gull can conveniently use. These nests can be large and if they are made of material accumulated over several years and they can become quite heavy. This means that if a breeding site is established the gulls will most likely return year after year.

 

May onwards Eggs are laid from early with 2 or 3 being the usual number. The eggs take about three weeks to hatch, which means that the first chicks are seen around the beginning of June. The chicks grow quickly and are quite active, which means that they often fall from their nests. In towns this often means that they are unable to return to their nests. Small chicks will die if they are not returned, but the larger chicks will be protected by their parents and fed on the ground. The chicks generally fledge in August and then take about three years to reach maturity when they in turn will start to breed. The life expectancy for gulls can be up to 20 years.

 

Gulls are social creatures and once roof nesting gets a hold, other gulls will start to move in to an area and nest on adjacent buildings, until their numbers build up sufficiently that a colony is established.

 

The best method to prevent gulls from nesting on your property is to sufficiently proof your property against the birds so that the nests are not built there in the future. The more people who proof their properties, and maintain them, the more likely it is that gulls will be forced out of residential areas to nest in other areas where they will be less likely to be a nuisance to the

public.

 

Seagull cause nuisance issues for most people including:

  • Noise caused by calling seagulls.

  • Their heavy footsteps on rooftops from seagulls.

  • Birds dive bombing and swooping on animals and people.

  • Seagull mess caused by their droppings fouling washing, cars, gardens, people

        and walkways.

  • The risk to Public Health due to the diseases that Seagulls carry.

  • Damage to properties caused by gulls picking at roofing materials and by

       nests which block gutters or hold moisture against the building structure.

  • Gas flues can become blocked by nesting materials which can have

        serious consequences.

  • Mites and other insects can get a hold in houses from the old, abandoned

        nests once the seagull chicks have fledged.

Fortunately, Seagulls are scared of the Peregrine TM Hawk Kite as they have a distinctive fear of the Peregrine Falcon.

The Peregrine TM Hawk Kite is a self-launching pigeon and seagull-scaring kite.  The combination kits consists of a either a telescopic flexible six metre pole with a specially designed kite attached to the pole on a high strength line or a 13 metre aluminium pole and line.  It is fixed easily by inserting our tough glass fibre stake into the ground and positioning the pole over the top for the 6 metre hawk kite combination or attaching the kite and line to the 13 metre aluminium pole. – it takes about five minutes to complete installation.

 

The Peregrine TM Hawk Kite scares seagulls and pigeons off the buildings with little maintenance day and night. They are developed to be silent so they do not both yourself or neighbors! The Peregrine Hawk Kites are made heavy-duty material with strong stitching so they are long lasting. They are hand made in England.

 

The Peregrine TM Hawk Kite bird controller is made with the highest quality materials to make it as durable as possible. Unlike many other pigeon scaring devices Hawk Kite is always changing its pattern of flight. It varies its manifestation by altering its flight pattern, speed and height depending on the strength of the wind therefore the pigeons, seagulls and other birds never become accustomed to the kite patterns.

 

If you’ve got pigeons or seagulls you’ve most likely have ongoing issues with them. These issues will get worse each year as the pigeons and seagulls nest year over year. The Peregrine Hawk Kite is a wise choice for a quick, cost effective relief of the problematic birds.  The bird scaring Hawk Kite is always flying, it is quick and easy to move and very effective.  Takes minutes to put up and seconds to take down.  Can be placed close to the edges of areas where pigeon tend to attack without upsetting any neighbors, as they are silent. When in need of storing the Hawk Kite the 6 metre simple folds down and is stored in it’s original box until needed once again. The 13 metre can also be taken down and stored in its original box in sections.

 

Beechwood Hall Hotel, Worthing, Paul Willey– Hawk Kite and 7m Pole

“Extremely impressed and pleased.  No Seagulls for 3 weeks now!  I am going to contact the local newspaper to suggest doing an article on its [Hawk Kites] success as there are so many Seagulls in this area”.

 

Rolex Watch Company, Head Office, Facilities Manager

-Hawk Kites, 7 & 13 m Poles 

“We’ve tried many & various manufacturers and have returned to use this particular bird kite due to the build quality and effectiveness. We have a huge variety of bird issues and all have gone away since using this particular manufacturer’s product.”

The Peregrine TM Hawk Kite in flight.

Seagull Control U.K.

The Peregrine  TM Hawk Kite is the most effective universal Bird Scarer available.

No hidden costs.

The Hawk kite is excellent for seagull control.

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The Peregrine Hawk Kite is used by hotels, businesses and residents across the U.K., Europe and North America. It s used for problem Seagulls, Pigeons and other problematic birds. From Seagulls in Cornwall and Majorca Spain to Pigeons in London and Vancouver Canada, the Hawk Kite is a effective tool for bird control.