Pigeon Proofing Solar Panels Wiltshire

Getting Rid of Pigeons under Solar Panels in Wiltshire

Pigeon Proofing Solar Panels in Wiltshire

Wiltshire is a county found in South West England bordering the other counties of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Hampshire, Dorset and Somerset. Despite being a reasonably large county Wiltshire only has two districts, one of which shares the name of Wiltshire and the other is the district of Swindon, which is located in the north east corner of the county.

Wiltshire is famous for being the home of Stonehenge, the prehistoric monument which is located near the town of Amesbury and the city of Salisbury. The monument is considered a World Heritage Site and appears to date back as early as 3000 BC. However, Stonehenge is not the only prehistoric site that Wiltshire has to offer, the county is in fact well known for its pre-Roman archaeology.  Avebury is another famous prehistoric stone monument which found near the village of Avebury. There are also a number of ancient strongholds in the county which include Vespasian’s Camp near Amesbury, Old Sarum found near Salisbury, the mounds of Marlborough, Battlesbury Camp near Warminster, Scratchbury Camp near the village of Norton Bavant, Yarnbury Castle near the village of Steeple Langford, Casterley Camp near the village of Upavon, Sidbury Hill near the town of Tidworth and Ogbury Camp near the village of Great Durnford to name a few.

All these historic sites probably had pigeon troubles too back in the day, though I think we’re a bit better equipt to deal with them now.

All these historic sites probably had pigeon troubles too back in the day, though I think we’re a bit better equipt to deal with them now.

dAll these historic sites probably had pigeon troubles too back in the day, though I think we’re a bit better equipt to deal with them now.

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Unsurprisingly, due to the abundance of natural habitat, mixed with urban areas filled with people and food, it has become the ideal place for the likes of pigeons, seagulls, jack daw and squirrels to begin to nest and breed. And breed they have. Both Stoke and Stafford have been inundated with flocks of feral pigeons. People have been urged to stop feeding the pigeons, whilst benches are being removed and preventative measures are being taken on historic buildings to avoid pigeon droppings ruining the tidiness of the towns.

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