- Pest seagull control pyrotechnic scare tactics
- Physical pest seagull deterrents
- Pest seagull wire for seagull exclusion
- Pest seagull population control Techniques
- Pest seagull egg collection and egg removal programs
Gulls can be a pest for many reasons, gulls (seagulls) nest in large colonies, with numbers reaching the tens of thousands of birds in one nesting area together, with the noise factor, being an issue as well as the smell from seagull droppings being unbearable and drifting miles down wind of the seagull colony. These numbers increase quickly once seagull eggs start to hatch, increasing the noise and smell. Seagulls will take advantage of a number of man made nesting locations like, gravel flat roofs which provide ideal nesting areas and protection from predators that would normally take advantage of there eggs on the ground increasing the number of seagulls born and the number of seagulls that will be returning the following year to nest.
Seagulls can also become a pest anywhere food is present restaurants, food processing plants, marinas, waste management facilities etc. Depending whether or not the pest seagulls are using the area as a nesting site and/or feeding location will determine specific seagull control, seagull deterrents or seagull exclusion techniques will be implemented to eliminate seagull problem. In all cases the presences of seagulls can cause a general defacing of property due too seagull droppings.