New Hampshire Bird Control

Solving Pest Bird Problems in New Hampshire

New Hampshire Bird Control

The Granite State has several issues with pest birds. Drawn to the area’s landfills, thousands of seagulls often create sanitation problems in Concord and Manchester. In Manchester, gulls fly from garbage dumps to defecate in a reservoir used for drinking water. The Federal Fish and Wildlife Service has been asked to investigate the problem.

A Community School in Portsmouth, Hampshire recently had hundreds of scavenging gulls on their playgrounds and sports field. Children dropping food during lunch and recess drew the gulls in, which caused issues like their droppings landing on children and staff and splattering on staff vehicles. This started to create a health and safety issue.

Portsmouth City Council’s environment department fears a pigeon population explosion. Parts of the city are regularly inundated with pigeons, particularly in Fratton, and seagulls, in Southsea, Old Portsmouth and across the city. The numbers of these birds appear to be growing, creating a nuisance as their droppings can spread disease and leave a mess. The council ruled out culling, adding that these birds don’t belong in cities and that both gulls and pigeons are scavengers.

Here’s what the bird control experts at Bird B Gone recommend for solving New Hampshire’s bird control problems:

For Gulls

The Agrilaser® uses advanced, patented optical laser-beam technology to harmlessly repel gulls over great distances—up to 2,000 meters. The handheld device is silent and portable. Much like an approaching car, birds perceive the green laser beam as a rapidly approaching physical threat, so they flee the area.

For Pigeons

Stainless Steel Bird Spikes won’t allow birds to land. Available in 1-, 3-, 5- and 8-inch splay widths, the spiked strips provide increasingly wider areas of protection. These spikes come with a 10-year guarantee.

Bird B Gone offers the largest network of authorized bird control installers in the Nation. We have installers in every state that have been trained on all aspects of bird control, from bird behavior to which products to use for your particular bird problem. Bird B Gone Authorized Product Installers have successfully completed our rigorous training at Bird B Gone University and are certified to install our professional grade bird deterrents.

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New Hampshire Bird Control