Mich_spa wrote: »
I wouldn't want to hurt any animal however when you have no sleep what so ever because they are running around I'n your roof so much so that I have considered sleeping I'n my lounge something has to be done!
Biggles wrote: »
Haven't seen this thread before. I'd like to know how to attract house martins to return.
Many years ago, we and our (evil) neighbours had quite a few nests under our south-facing gable ends every year. Then she knocked them all down and put dangly plastic up to prevent them returning. We didn't discourage them, but they have never returned again.
I just wonder why one set of eaves takes their fancy. Nothing has changed, they just don't come any more.
frontline wrote: »
There are quite a few ways to stop birds nesting.
If you search again with 'no more nests' you should find a solution.
capeverde wrote: »
Look I was bought up on a farm and if there were nuisances like rabbits, pigeons or foxes ruining crops or worrying our animals we'd shoot them. Thats what happens in the country. Certain people may not like this but its our choice. I wont abuse you for your beliefs, so why feel the need to abuse me unless you have run out of a worthwhile arguement.
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