Woodfield Gamebirds
Predator control
Game bird predator control
 
With the exception of a lack of suitable feed, predators are the single most destructive force involving the survival rate of gamebirds.

The main culprits involved in the loss of upland gamebirds are the ferret, stoat, and feral cat. Also involved, especially in the nesting and rearing seasons, are the harrier hawk, the magpie and even the hedgehog who is very adept at egg stealing.

Any predator control undertaken will of course have many side benefits including the assistance of the control and spread of TB and an increase of other bird life in your area.

Advice is freely available on the subject of predator control and an experienced pest control specialist is available at a very competitive rate should you require practical assistance in the field.

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