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bombing children From The Argus

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

bombing children From The Argus

Headteacher David Brixey said: “We have flat roofs and the seagulls started nesting there. It means they raid the bins and look for food children have left after break.

“When the young are born they try to learn to fly and fall to the floor and the parents can get a little dangerous. We were looking for a solution to discourage them from being here.”

“We try to speak to them as much as possible and teach them about the . but do the people like the headmaster get told what will really happen? All the time the are there, the gulls will disperse leaving a couple of ’scouts’ that will be flying about calling all the time letting the others know that the hawk is still there. as son as the hawks go, the gulls will be back within minutes. Only the true qualified ‘pest controllers’ or center owners will tell their clients this. Then there are the licences that will be needed especially as a bird of prey WILL at some point kill as that is what is was designed to do; so a licence to take various species need to be applied for, insurances also need to be had, usually of 5 million upwards, of liabillity. The article reads that a barn owl was also there and the children were able to hold it/them. CRB checks on the handler, display licences are now also needed!! Performing Animals Licence will be needed. Does the falconer have a center or is he working from home? if he’s working as a business from home I bet he’s not paying business rates or has a zoo licence!! There seems to be far too many people jumping on the band wagon trying to make money on the back of a hobby.

Over the years, we’ve seen these people with their of prey making money for ’scaring’ gulls/pigeons etc. but do the people like the headmaster get told what will really happen? All the time the are there, the gulls will disperse leaving a couple of ’scouts’ that will be flying about calling all the time letting the others know that the hawk is still there. as son as the hawks go, the gulls will be back within minutes. Only the true qualified ‘pest controllers’ or center owners will tell their clients this. Then there are the licences that will be needed especially as a bird of prey WILL at some point kill as that is what is was designed to do; so a licence to take various species need to be applied for, insurances also need to be had, usually of 5 million upwards, of liabillity. The article reads that a barn owl was also there and the children were able to hold it/them. CRB checks on the handler, display licences are now also needed!! Performing Animals Licence will be needed. but do the people like the headmaster get told what will really happen? All the time the are there, the gulls will disperse leaving a couple of ’scouts’ that will be flying about calling all the time letting the others know that the hawk is still there. as son as the hawks go, the gulls will be back within minutes. Only the true qualified ‘pest controllers’ or center owners will tell their clients this. Then there are the licences that will be needed especially as a bird of prey WILL at some point kill as that is what is was designed to do; so a licence to take various species need to be applied for, insurances also need to be had, usually of 5 million upwards, of liabillity. The article reads that a barn owl was also there and the children were able to hold it/them. CRB checks on the handler, display licences are now also needed!! Performing Animals Licence will be needed. Does the falconer have a center or is he working from home? if he’s working as a business from home I bet he’s not paying business rates or has a zoo licence!! There seems to be far too many people jumping on the band wagon trying to make money on the back of a hobby.

Over the years, we’ve seen these people with their of prey making money for ’scaring’ gulls/pigeons etc. but do the people like the headmaster get told what will really happen? All the time the are there, the gulls will disperse leaving a couple of ’scouts’ that will be flying about calling all the time letting the others know that the hawk is still there. as son as the hawks go, the gulls will be back within minutes. Only the true qualified ‘pest controllers’ or center owners will tell their clients this. Then there are the licences that will be needed especially as a bird of prey WILL at some point kill as that is what is was designed to do; so a licence to take various species need to be applied for, insurances also need to be had, usually of 5 million upwards, of liabillity. The article reads that a barn owl was also there and the children were able to hold it/them. CRB checks on the handler, display licences are now also needed!! Performing Animals Licence will be needed. Does the falconer have a center or is he working from home? if he’s working as a business from home I bet he’s not paying business rates or has a zoo licence!! There seems to be far too many people jumping on the band wagon trying to make money on the back of a hobby.

[quote][p][bold][/bold] wroteOver the years, we’ve seen these people with their of prey making money for ’scaring’ gulls/pigeons etc. but do the people like the headmaster get told what will really happen? All the time the are there, the gulls will disperse leaving a couple of ’scouts’ that will be flying about calling all the time letting the others know that the hawk is still there. as son as the hawks go,canada goose the gulls will be back within minutes. Only the true qualified ‘pest controllers’ or center owners will tell their clients this. Then there are the licences that will be needed especially as a bird of prey WILL at some point kill as that is what is was designed to do; so a licence to take various species need to be applied for, insurances also need to be had, usually of 5 million upwards, of liabillity. The article reads that a barn owl was also there and the children were able to hold it/them. CRB checks on the handler, display licences are now also needed!! Performing Animals Licence will be needed. Does the falconer have a center or is he working from home? if he’s working as a business from home I bet he’s not paying business rates or has a zoo licence!! There seems to be far too many people jumping on the band wagon trying to make money on the back of a hobby.[/p][/quote]The irony is that with all these greedy leeches piling in for a cut of the meagre proceeds is a bit like being dive bombed for one’s cheese tomato sandwich by a flock of merciless seagulls!

Wonder which is the worst ordeal?Over the years, we’ve seen these people with their of prey making money for ’scaring’ gulls/pigeons etc. but do the people like the headmaster get told what will really happen? All the time the are there, the gulls will disperse leaving a couple of ’scouts’ that will be flying about calling all the time letting the others know that the hawk is still there. as son as the hawks go, the gulls will be back within minutes. Only the true qualified ‘pest controllers’ or center owners will tell their clients this. Then there are the licences that will be needed especially as a bird of prey WILL at some point kill as that is what is was designed to do; so a licence to take various species need to be applied for, insurances also need to be had, usually of 5 million upwards, of liabillity. The article reads that a barn owl was also there and the children were able to hold it/them. CRB checks on the handler, display licences are now also needed!! Performing Animals Licence will be needed. Does the falconer have a center or is he working from home? if he’s working as a business from home I bet he’s not paying business rates or has a zoo licence!! There seems to be far too many people jumping on the band wagon trying to make money on the back of a hobby.

As a falconer, I know the gulls will be back once the hawks/falcons have been put away and that they will get to know the vehicle as it arrives but if Mr. Yes the school could stop the kids from eating outside, stopping the gulls their free for all but prevention is always better than cure. Get the council up on the roof and swap the eggs with dummy eggs, this will keep the from getting over zealous as they will be too busy sitting on the duff eggs.

As a falconer, I know the gulls will be back once the hawks/falcons have been put away and that they will get to know the vehicle as it arrives but if Mr. Yes the school could stop the kids from eating outside, stopping the gulls their free for all but prevention is always better than cure. Get the council up on the roof and swap the eggs with dummy eggs, this will keep the from getting over zealous as they will be too busy sitting on the duff eggs. Yes the school could stop the kids from eating outside, stopping the gulls their free for all but prevention is always better than cure. Get the council up on the roof and swap the eggs with dummy eggs, this will keep the from getting over zealous as they will be too busy sitting on the duff eggs.

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