A new 110,000 sq. ft hangar is the home of Monarch Aircraft Engineering at Birmingham Airport and formerly home to nuisance pigeons which were causing issues at the site, prior to the official opening. It was essential for Monarch to remove the pigeons from the hangar to eliminate the risk from the bird guano which would otherwise be a health and safety hazard to the staff.
Eager to resolve their pesky pigeon problems, Monarch called in the expertise of NBC Bird & Pest Solutions, the UK’s leading bird control experts to carry out its falconry response services.
Harriet, a Harris Hawk from our NBC Birmingham bird control team was once again deployed on a mission this morning with one of our expert falconers, Lee Rees, (who is the son of NBC Midlands branch Area Manager Graham Rees) and this time they landed themselves an interview on national BBC Breakfast News at the hangar opening event.
The falconry programme included:
The benefits of the bird prevention services NBC provide ensure:
Monarch Airlines invited NBC back for the official opening of the new facility, where the local and national media were in attendance. Lee and Harriet took the opportunity to explain to BBC Breakfast News viewers about the bird deterrent work that they carry out and how it is a natural & ethical method of bird control.
It was essential for Monarch to remove the pigeons from the hangar to eliminate the risk from the bird guano which would otherwise be a health and safety hazard to the staff. The successful work has now led to NBC Midlands branch surveyor David Warren being able to agree an annual contract with Monarch to continue providing its falconry response services.
To discover more about effective pigeon control methods or to arrange a free risk assessment for your site, talk to your local NBC branch manager on 0333 567 2020.