Beat seagulls with effective bird deterrents that will not harm
For some, seeing seagulls in coastal areas can be part of the local atmosphere, but they can quickly turn into a real bird pest. Excessive numbers of nesting seagulls can wreak havoc on the local population and buildings.
Seagulls live off human waste and, just like pigeons, stay close to human settlements where large amounts of bird fouling can quickly result in structural damage and blocked gutters.
While bird control legislation makes it illegal to capture, injure or destroy any wild bird (see Natural England for more info), the Wildlife & Countryside Act (1981) permits authorised persons to carry out a range of seagull deterrent activities.
Our seagull deterrent systems do not harm the birds. We provide a wide range of seagull deterrents, including anti bird netting and bird spikes. Specific seagull deterrent systems such as Daddi Long Legs and Gullwire provide targeted bird deterrent solutions to deter and solve seagull problems.