Fish farming around the world has become a massive business. Its actually has increased 50 fold over the last few decades and continues to grow.
All of the fish farms are sustaining damage and lost revenue from a large variety of birds.
Recently a large and well marketed Aqua farm we look after in Tasmania even had to sustain damage from a large storm which collapsed their nets costing them huge profits as the seagulls and cormorants feasted on the buffet of salmon.
Barrumundi farms here in Australia were losing up to 20 percent of the fish due to pelicans which were migrating.
The thing we have learned along the way is that in order to successfully deter birds in aquaculture and agriculture, you need to maintain constant pressure on them by using a variety of irritants. Trying to achieve great results using just one single bird control unit is sure to leave you feeling disappointed.
Bird Control Australia have designed their online store to hold a variety of traditional and new technologies and our staff is equipped with the knowledge on how to use a systemic approach to get the best possible result in deterring birds in challenging situations.
Bird lasers, sonic deterrents, ultrasonics deterrents, physical and visual deterrents are all used to target and irritate the birds making it difficult for them to feed from the fish farms, prompting them to move on