Birds

Bird pests if not inspected and evaluated can cause problems down the line to health and property and can attract other pests to the area.

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Starling
(Sturnus vulgaris)

The Starling is a very common bird in Britain. Found in park lands, gardens. They can form large flocks at times when migrating flocks from Northern and Eastern Europe join them...

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House Sparrow
(Passer domesticus)

A common sight in the UK. The House sparrow is an opportunist, gaining food, shelter and a variety of materials for nest building...

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Herring Gull
(Larus argentatus)

Herring gulls are found throughout the UK. Although many gulls are referred to as seagulls, there are some differences among breeds that set them apart.

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Feral Pigeon
(Columbia livia domestica)

Found throughout the UK and the world, the feral pigeon is descended from the rock dove which explains why they nest on buildings ledges, bridges...

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Black-Headed Gull
(Chroicocephalus ridibundus)

Black-headed gulls nest in colonies and both male and female look alike. Gathering in large groups, these birds are very noisy and sociable birds...

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Canadian Goose
(Branta canadensis)

Not native to the UK, the Canada goose is very much part of the furniture. They can often be seen in our parks by ponds, lakes, canals...

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Carrion Crow
(Corvus corone)

Found throughout the Uk, the Carrion crow is part of the crow family along with jackdaws, magpie's, ravens, and can be seen in most city centres, they are excellent scavengers...