When dealing with nesting birds, forward planning is absolutely necessary. Populations and species need to be thoroughly understood and how they may come into conflict with any development , construction works or other operations.
Nesting birds are particularly at risk from being disturbed or having their nests destroyed as a site is prepared for development. It is your responsibility to ensure operations do not have an adverse impact on wildlife. Operations such as these that are scheduled between March and August should be surveyed to understand whether nesting birds are likely to be present and a suitable strategy adopted to mitigate the risk of populations being effected as a consequence.
Below are listed some examples of the bird management services NBC offer to help clients manage conflict with birds:
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“We wouldn’t hesitate to utilise and recommend NBC Environments professional services in similar circumstances in the future if an opportunity of similar nature arose for a client.”
“It’s very rare for a such a large site to start at this time of year and not have an issue with nesting birds. The developer here had the foresight to appoint NBC to carry out mitigation on the site prior to us starting work there. Our dealings on site with NBC have been very easy and they professionally manage the site and worked with us.”