Health Risks and Diseases Transmitted by Pigeons: The Problem You Should Know About In cities…
Driving away flock: removal solutions
flocks have the ability to congregate in large numbers, causing nuisance and leaving filth. They can potentially transmit several diseases, such as salmonellosis, cryptococcosis, histoplasmosis and others, to humans through contact with their faeces, saliva or body parts. It is essential to adopt good hygiene practices, avoid direct contact with bird faeces and prevent the formation of large colonies near buildings. Addressing this issue requires a specific approach, especially considering the legal protection of these birds.
Our solution – The electronic Scary Hawk
We are an expert in bird scaring, including flock. Our innovative, patented ‘scary hawk’ or electronic hawk system is the ideal remedy for effectively chasing away and driving away flock from roofs, balconies, houses, buildings, schools, hospitals, churches, religious buildings, villas, flats, and sheds. This deterrent consists of a sturdy iron box housing an automatic falcon with wide-range motion sensors, covering an angle of 180 degrees and a radius of 10 metres. When the automatic hawk is activated, it snaps outwards, and the self-powered speakers play the typical hawk cry, scaring off any nearby flock. The ‘scary hawk’ or electronic hawk operates automatically, activating when flock approach the predetermined distance. The machine consists of a mechanical body, a support arm, a control panel and motion sensors for activating the loudspeakers.
Advantages of the electronic falcon
– Respect for the Law: Since flocks are protected animals, the Electronic Hawk is the legal and ethical solution for their removal. – Proven Efficiency: Our deterrent is highly effective in chasing away flocks, ensuring your peace of mind. – Easy Installation: The falcon deterrent or electronic hawk system can be easily installed on your premises, offering a practical solution.
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