How To Get Rid of Rooks

There are over 1,140,000 breeding pairs of rooks in the UK, found primarily in rural areas and on the edge of small towns and villages. Extremely sociable birds, they form rookeries high in tree tops, numbering hundreds – even thousands of birds and are often confused with the carrion crow, which is a solitary bird often found alone or in pairs.

Problems associated with Rooks & Crows

Rooks affect many types of businesses from rural hotels and golf clubs – to agricultural land. Your experienced area manager will devise a programme to control the rook population holistically and humanely, using a combination of legally accepted methods.


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