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  • It is essential to inspect under buildings, cavities or voids where foxes have been reported to be active if we are to be tasked to exclude and proof.

    We use state-of-the-art CCTV cameras and if required motion sensor cameras to ensure no live animals are 'down the hole' if we are going to close and seal.

    It is illegal to entomb an animal so it is essential to check before you block.


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    We hold full membership of the BPCA.

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    Over grown gardens make an ideal habitat in London for urban foxes to harbour.

    We are not landscape gardener's; but what we do have is specialist foliage cutting machinery to expose over grown gardens making them less desirable and insecure for urban foxes to live in.

    Call today for a free inspection and quotation to reclaim your garden.


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    UTTER RUBBISH !! 20 February 2015 | Comments (0)

    One of the reasons people complain about urban foxes is because they raid bins and rip bin bags open.

    Personally, I don't blame the foxes for doing what comes naturally to them as they are opportunistic scavengers always on the hunt for food.

    I blame the people that 'dumped' the rubbish in the first place.

    Waste Management is an important factor in the prevention of urban fox activity.

    Rather than letting rubbish accumalate, take it to your nearest Civil Amenities depot and put it in the General Waste Container.

    If you do not have wheelie bins, put the rubbish out on the morning of collection. This will help reduce the risk of bin bags being raided by foxes and cats.

    If your wheelie bin fills to quickly; look at what could be recycled or ask your local authority for another bin.

    By letting rubbish mount up not only attracts foxes but will encourage rats, mice, flies, pigeons and other scavenging pests.

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