Our Mission
We are committed to marine life preservation by separating marine life from populated shore areas, assuring the harmony and balance of things. We created a product SeagullX™ system- the extremely effective, yet benevolent and high quality product that will resolve your seagull invasion. SeagullX™ was tested and installed on hundreds of sites - commercial, industrial, residential and governmental.

SeagullX™ will not hurt the nature or its inhabitants.

HABITUAL NUISANCE OF SEAGULLS – safety hazard or wildlife extension?

Traditionally, seagulls have lived around water, some inland by rivers and reservoirs. But their high-pitched call is now increasingly being heard in towns and cities – seagulls are breaking connection with the sea. They have previously nested in towns and cities that are on a corridor to the sea, but now we are seeing them in inland counties that are far from the coast, and many given up living near water entirely. Experts say the number of urban seagulls is increasing because nesting on the roofs means they can avoid predators such as foxes and, as a result, more chicks survive. They have learned to forage in landfill sites further inland and on urban streets, taking advantage of our wastefulness. Seagulls are extremely adaptable, quick thinking and bold birds. From a gull’s perspective cities provide myriad opportunities. They do not make particularly good neighbors, but they are interesting, beautiful birds. They are very crafty and very clever in bird terms. We have invited them into towns with our throwaway society and we have to learn how keep them away.

The major factors that make seagull control important are the unsightly mess of bird waste, costly cleaning, noise and aggressive bird’s behavior around nesting time, associated infectious health risks for humans and pets. Seagull infestations is linked to some human diseases by infections transmitted through seagull excrements by inhalation of contaminated dust (through air duct systems or air borne by winds), by direct contact during cleaning, by birds’ ticks and mites, through ground contamination via gutter system. For some sites, like airport areas, bird strikes are a significant threat to flight safety.

The key to successful seagull control is prevention and that begins with blocking birds’ access to attractive perches for resting and nesting. This can be done safely and inexpensively.

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