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SEGI PERKASA SDN BHD

Bird Control Division

 

TOTAL BIRD CONTROL SOLUTIONS

 

SEGI PERKASA SDN BHD

Bird Control Division

NO 46-3, JALAN 13/34A, KEPONG ENTREPRENEURS PARK

52100 KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA

 

Tel  : 03 – 62525797       Fax : 03 – 62525798

 

E-Bussiness : http://www.spsb.s5.com/bird.htm

E-Mail : segip@tm.net.my

 

 

SEGI PERKASA SDN BHD under its Bird Control Division provides a total solution approach to bird control for every aspects of bird problems.  Our services covers problems at Airports, Power Plants, Petrochemical Plants, Gas Processing Plants, Buildings, Houses, Hotels, Crops field, Plantation and others.

 

Our commitment to our customers is simple.

To provide PROFESSIONAL Bird Control Services, EFFECTIVELY and EFFICIENTLY!

With years of experience, our staff can assess any bird situation, and provide you with an effective solution within the same day. We always work at the customer convenience and will ensure your satisfaction when the work is complete.

 

CALL US TODAY

AND LET US HELP YOU TO SOLVE YOUR BIRD PROBLEMS

 

SCOPE OF WORKS

OUR SERVICES

BIRD CONTROL TECHNIQUE

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

Suggested Scope of Works

 

The best control program is one that incorporates several different methods.  It might include:

(1)   alteration of the habitat so as to reduce available cover,

(2)   fencing to preclude entry,

(3)   scare devices and repellents to chase out intruders,

(4)   direct reduction when necessary and

(5)   reduce the time available for depredation. 

The method chosen will depend upon several things; the amount of damage, the species causing damage, the money available for control and the particular situation in terms of the orchard and owner. 

1)    Provide in-depth study on birds behavior at Affected area

2)    Clean and removal of birds materials all around the area

3)    Provide adequate repellent and integrated approach to repel birds.

4)    Provide on-going monitoring for 12 month

 

Provide in-depth study on bird’s behavior

Before embarking on any bird control program, a feasibility study will be conducted for duration of around 1-month, 3-months or 6-months program to understand the behavior of the bird.  Since bird in different area will have a different attitude, this study will provide vital information on the most suitable and effective program to control the bird.

 

It is important to have a correct and adequate data and information of the bird behavior to ensure the proposed method will be effective.

 

Bird has been known to demonstrate a high degree of intelligence and capable of adapting with difficult environment.  Thus it is very important to understand thoroughly the behavior, population and the bird pattern before embarking on any specific control program.

 

Clean and removal of birds materials all around the area

This will be the following step in the bird control program.  The area will be cleaned from any materials/droppings or other undesired leftovers from the birds activities.

 

*Nevertheless, those nests, which still contained offspring, will be relocated at suitable relocation area. 

 

Procedure

1.     Erection of scaffolding around the area/Use of crane-lift

2.     Survey and monitoring of the area-identification of areas to be cleaned

3.     Relocating/covering of bird nests which still occupied

4.     Mechanical set-up of the cleaning system

5.     Thorough cleaning and disinfecting of the area

 

Provide adequate repellent and integrated bird control technique

 

The repellent is a form of chemicals, which have undesirable and uncomfortable scent.  The chemicals also will help in modifying the availability of the landing sites for the birds.  With repellent chemicals, birds will not able to land or to build their nests, thus keeping them away from the area.  The sound device is to be located for future usage.  This will be used in case of any signs of returning birds to the area.

 

Other type of repellent such as spikes and netting may also be installed if the chemical repellents are found not effective.

 

The integrated approach will provide a different type of disturbance to the bird population.  It is well known that birds are very sensitive to any unwanted changes in their habitat and very often the birds will look for new area, which are less disrupted.

 

The approach of the bird control program is to provide continuous monitoring and continuous improvement to the bird control program.  The program is design in such a way that it will be flexible, reliable, maintainable and available to any affected area within Affected area and adjacent areas.

 

Provide on-going monitoring for 12 months to 60 months

 

The on going monitoring is the most important step of the bird control program at Affected area Area.  This is to ensure that we could monitor the effectiveness of the systems installed at the building.  Since birds are animals, which have a degree of intelligence/learning capabilities, it is possible that the birds can modify their behavior and try to adapt  to the control program at Affected area Area.  Thus, with the monitoring program, we could try to modify the scent or the composition of the chemical repellent to ensure the effectiveness of the control program.

 

A yearly auditing will be conducted to determine the number of birds in the population.  It is aimed that all birds will be forced to removed to rural areas and leaving less than a total of 100 birds around Affected area area.

 
 

 

 

 
OUR SERVICES

 

Full Service Site Cleanup

 

o       Nest removal and relocation

 

o       Removal of birds materials all around the area

 

o       Pressure washing of contaminated area

 

o       Enzyme agent application to reduce toxicity of droppings

 

o       Disinfecting and odor control

 

o       Professional cleaning service 

 

 

 

Bird Control Equipment and Installation

 

o        Supply of quality bird control repellent , spikes, netting, bird gel, sound blaster, bird lite

 
o        Installation of bird control devices around the designated area
 
o        Commissioning of the devices

 

 

 

 

Continuous Monitoring and Progress

 

o        Consultation services to monitor the effectiveness of the bird repellent
 
o        To carry-out periodical analysis of the bird behaviour and bird responses to the control method.
 
o        To carry out other related studies to minimize other effects as a result of the bird control program.

 

 

 

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Any other contracted facility service

 

 

 

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SEGI PERKASA SDN BHD

Bird Control Division

NO 46-3, JALAN 13/34A, KEPONG ENTREPRENEURS PARK

52100 KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA

 

Tel  : 03 – 62525797       Fax : 03 – 62525798

 

E-Bussiness : http://www.spsb.s5.com/bird.htm

 

E-Mail : segip@tm.net.my

 

 

 

THE NEED TO CONTROL BIRD POPULATION

 

Bird control methods can progress from passive to aggressive control methods. Over the years, it is learned that what will work and how to do the work successfully will greatly be depended on the birds’ behavior.

 

The bird problems can be outline as follows;-

 

1)     Birds roosting on a ledge of the building.

2)     Nesting on the side of building.

3)     Flocks of birds congregating making a mess with their droppings.

 

The problems listed above are meant to show what some of the more common bird problems are around the world.  In fact, birds cause many more problems and simply beyond the scope of this discussion to list.

 

Their droppings are unsightly and pose a health risk. Feeding and foraging birds will cause a lot of damage to plants, structure and landscape. Last but not least, large bird activity will breed parasites like mites and lice.

 

The birds have a tendency to become aggressive and can attack humans.  They also create a situation where competition for food can create an unwanted nuisance.

 

Therefore there are several reasons that call for effective control of the bird birds :-

1.      HEALTH THREAT – Bird can be vector for diseases and human pathogens, such as cholera and the spread of salmonella and enteroamoeba.

 

2.      It constitutes a major threat to urban and suburban wildlife, killing or displacing indigenous fauna as well as domestic pets and small livestock, for example, poultry.

 

3.      The nests are constructed almost entirely of wire and this poses the threat of short-circuiting electrical installations.

 

4.      The droppings at the roosts and feeding areas, together with the noise generated, also pose environmental problems. The droppings have been known to strip paint off walls and deface statues.


More recently, birds have been identified as a carrier of the West Nile Virus, an encephalitis type virus that has killed at least 43 people to date. Birds have been found to be prime carriers of the mosquito borne disease because of their highly sensitive nature to the virus and their roosting habits.

 

 

 

BIRD CONTROL TECHNIQUE

 

 

There are several known techniques for bird control programs, and each technique has their advantages and disadvantages.  In most control program, several techniques will be integrated together to provide a better efficiency to control the birds.  Usually, the most effective ways to control birds is by disrupting their habitat and environment, creating a situation where it is no longer comfortable for the birds to live.   Thus, by creating a few new uncomfortable situations, the birds will start moving away from the area.  With regards to bird, it is important that before the technique is employed, a specific goal must be targeted to ensure that the program can be implemented successfully.

 

Bird has been found to demonstrate high capability for thinking, and problem solving skills and is consider among the most intelligent among animals.  Thus, the technique for controlling these birds are much more challenging.

 

Techniques such as habitat disruptions, shooting, trapping, anaesthetizing and nest destruction were found to be most successful when dealing with birds. Therefore it is important to set-up some of the objectives and goals for the control programs.

 

 

Non-chemical Control

Several methods of non-chemical bird control are useful.

1.      Plastic or nylon netting can be placed over tomatoes and watermelons to keep birds out. Make sure the edges are firmly secured by stakes or anchored with soil.

2.      Maintaining high ridges early in the season can protect potato seed pieces or young plants.

3.      Several reports show that scattering whole corn (presoaked in water) through a field where birds are damaging newly planted corn seedlings acts as a decoy food source.

4.      Frightening devices are effective in dispersing birds. Lights, bright objects and noisemakers work well in scaring birds. Bright colored aluminum strips for frightening birds are commercially available. Aluminum or cloth strips or aluminum pie pans tied to wires stretched over the planting also work.

5.      Cord, monofilament fishing line or fine wire, stretched at regular intervals across a planting six to eight feet high, successfully keeps birds out. The system works particularly well with staked tomatoes where the stakes can be used to support the wire, but is also adaptable to most other planting situations. NOTE: The wires can pose a hazard to people on tractors or other equipment and should be clearly marked with reflective tape in areas where equipment will be used.

6.      Birds can be captured uninjured in commercially produced steel bird traps.

 

Chemical Control

Seed treatments may also be used in bird control.

1.      Treat seed to prevent damage by birds and other birds. Two seed-treatment repellents are federally registered for preventing bird damage. One is refined coal tar (Stanley's Bird Repellent) and the other is copper oxalate (BirdChex). When using repellents, follow the label and all instructions and restrictions.

2.      There are no toxic materials currently registered for control of birds.

 

 

Other conventional type of bird control programs

 

REPELLING BALLOONS AND MOVING DEVICES

If you have flocks of birds landing on buildings, trees or any areas you don't want them to be on, you need to start bird control immediately or risk having the problem escalates to levels, which are harder to control. Keeping birds away by using blow up scaring devices will work when infestations have just begun.

 

SCENTED REPELLENTS

 Once nest sights are established, a stronger repellent is needed.  Although birds can't smell like people, these products emit scents that cause a mild change in the birds’ physiological state. This makes them uncomfortable with their surroundings and makes them want to leave. Though these products don't hurt the birds, the discomfort is enough to send them along their way.

 

Apart from the scented repellent, there are other types of repellent.  For big areas, use the liquid form that can work on trees, gutters, ledges, rooftops or anywhere birds are roosting and nesting.  It will soak into porous surfaces that will take away from its life and may discolor the treated surface as well.

 

SPIKES

These plastic strips of pointed polycarbonate will last decades. The material is clear and barely noticeable when applied on structures where cosmetics are a concern. The strips are flexible and easy to bend around curved objects. Once installed, birds will avoid it.

 

SOUND REPELLENTS

There are several sound devices, which have been used, for bird control over the years but only two applications have been found effective. Booming loud blasts and sirens will loose all impact within a few days; predatory noises only seem to work on few bird types. The best sound devices available are the Ultra Sound Bird Repeller and the Bird Distress Emitter.  The sound pattern emitted by the unit will confuse and generally make nuisance birds uncomfortable. The unsure feeling makes the birds move elsewhere looking for some place else to roost and nest.

 

 

BIRD TRAPPING

 

When all of the above are not providing good enough control, the only option left is to trap the birds. There are several traps designed today, which work for just about any nuisance bird you may encounter. Trapping birds is easy. First, you need to establish a feeding location. This is done by placing a known seed or food they like to eat at a specific place. Do this daily. The goal is to get the target birds feeding where you will be able to set a trap.

 

 

CALL US TODAY

AND LET US HELP YOU TO SOLVE YOUR BIRD PROBLEMS

 

SEGI PERKASA SDN BHD

Bird Control Division

NO 46-3, JALAN 13/34A, KEPONG ENTREPRENEURS PARK

52100 KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA

 

Tel  : 03 – 62525797       Fax : 03 – 62525798

 

E-Bussiness : http://www.spsb.s5.com/bird.htm

E-Mail : segip@tm.net.my