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A friend of mine specialises in getting rid of these pests using birds of prey. He predominately works at nuclear sites around Scotland from his base in East Lothian with his birds, although in the past has also cleared both Hampden and Murrayfield of seagulls and pidgeons. Anyway if anyone from the Club or Trust is reading this he is willing to help if required. PM me for details.

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1 hour ago, Gaffer said:

A friend of mine specialises in getting rid of these pests using birds of prey. He predominately works at nuclear sites around Scotland from his base in East Lothian with his birds, although in the past has also cleared both Hampden and Murrayfield of seagulls and pidgeons. Anyway if anyone from the Club or Trust is reading this he is willing to help if required. PM me for details.

 

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8 hours ago, Gaffer said:

A friend of mine specialises in getting rid of these pests using birds of prey. He predominately works at nuclear sites around Scotland from his base in East Lothian with his birds, although in the past has also cleared both Hampden and Murrayfield of seagulls and pidgeons. Anyway if anyone from the Club or Trust is reading this he is willing to help if required. PM me for details.

Discussed last night, on to it ;)

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I noticed they all made a beeline for the gap between the Moffat and East at one point, presumably for a dropped pie.

Why don't the staff wait until the gulls are mobilised, drop a couple of pies behind the stand, wait for them to pounce, then drop heavy nets on them?

Bundle the nets into the van, drive to Somerset Park, deposit, drive off. Done.

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8 minutes ago, Scooby_Doo said:

I noticed they all made a beeline for the gap between the Moffat and East at one point, presumably for a dropped pie.

Why don't the staff wait until the gulls are mobilised, drop a couple of pies behind the stand, wait for them to pounce, then drop heavy nets on them?

Bundle the nets into the van, drive to Somerset Park, deposit, drive off. Done.

novel solution to an annoying issue, you wouldnt happen to be in the market for a job would you, i hear theres a recent vacany at the club that could do with some creative solutions.

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16 hours ago, Gaffer said:

A friend of mine specialises in getting rid of these pests using birds of prey. He predominately works at nuclear sites around Scotland from his base in East Lothian with his birds, although in the past has also cleared both Hampden and Murrayfield of seagulls and pidgeons. Anyway if anyone from the Club or Trust is reading this he is willing to help if required. PM me for details.

Try emailing someone on the boards, this would be very good, #f**kTheSeaGulls

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Diageo brought in a guy with a harris hawk to scare the gulls at hill street one year,gulls near killed it before he saved it!

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We used to get in a hawk at my work to deal with the seagulls. The seagulls used to just f**king laugh at it.

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