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Phlorum uses hawk kite as bird scarer at start of nesting season

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Phlorum has been busy this year assisting several clients who need to remove vegetation from their sites before birds start nesting. It’s always a rush at the start of the season to ensure vegetation is cleared without risking harm to nesting birds.

There are many methods ecologists can use to achieve this, including:

  • installing reflective tape over the site;
  • tying up CDs to make light reflecting wind-chimes;
  • flying a hawk kite;
  • playing recorded sounds of distressed birds; and
  • hiring a local falconer to fly birds of prey across the site.

Phlorum has used all of these depending on the site circumstances, with sometimes limited and other times great success!

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