FlyBird Installations Ltd...the bird control specialists

We specialise in the design and installation of specialist bird deterrent systems. From our established base in the East of England we provide installation services Nationwide. Our bird deterrent systems are desiged to eliminate pest bird problems on and around city centre buildings and structures. We specialise in the control of pigeons on bridge structures.


How we can help you...

With over 25years experience in bird control we can offer you the best advice.

Design and installation of pigeon and seagull deterrent systems.

Specialist cleaning and disinfection services to remove bird fouling.

Pigeon ControlPigeon deterrent systems

pigeon points

The humane control of pigeons to prevent nesting and roosting on buildings.


Gull ControlSeagull deterrent systems


The management of seagull populations and installation of deterrent systems.


H & SHealth and Safety


Training and certification is a vital element of our installation services.


Bird Deterrent Systems

Pigeon and Seagull Deterrent Netting or Anti Pigeon Netting is used where pigeons persistently roost or nest on buildings. Installation of a taut wire frame work onto which a purpose made bird net is attached. The net creates an impenetrable barrier against the pest birds

Anti Pigeon and Seagull Points are effective to protect ledges and pipe work. A system of stainless steel points held in a UV stabilised polycarbonate base. The points are attached to the ledges using silicone adhesive.

Pigeon Sprung Pin and Wire Systems for use where pigeons occasionally roost. Stainless steel pins are drilled into the brick work, onto these sprung wires are attached. The sprung wires are set up in multiple rows across the ledge.

Feral Pigeons

columba livia

feral pigeon

Feral Pigeons are descended from Rock Doves (columba livia) they are generally grey in colour with markings of black, tan and white patterns. Flocks of several hundred will fly and roost together, they prefer large, high buildings and structures. Occasionally smaller flocks will choose houses on which to roost and nest. Pigeons feed on discarded food waste, grain and in some areas they are fed by the public. Proofing work is carried out on commercial structures to control pigeons and other pest birds. Bird proofing methods including the installation of anti pigeon netting, use of sprung pin and wires and pigeon points are effective in preventing pigeons roosting and nesting on buildings. Pigeon fouling or pigeon droppings are not only unsightly, but also have the potential to carry disease.


Pest Gull species


Seagull populations are extremely successful in urban environments and nuisance populations of Lesser Black Backed and Herring Gulls continue to grow in urban areas. A combination of factors work in their favour. Food waste provides an excellent food source and buildings provide safe nesting environments away from their natural predators. Gulls lay their eggs in April and May and usually have clutch of three eggs. The incubation period of the egg is about 28-30 days. Young gulls usually leave the nest after about 6 weeks and will stay close to the nest until August. Gulls can become aggressive after their eggs have hatched as they protect their young.