Birkenhead Market Visit

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Since 1835 Birkenhead has been a proud market town, and despite concerns in recent years, the Birkenhead Market is not closing as originally feared; indeed the local authority wants to ensure that locals know the market is alive and kicking.

Outside the rejuvenation of the market, one issue has been the presence of pigeons and the unfortunate results of a prolonged presence! The pigeons have been gaining access through the open shutters to the covered café area, and the unusual roof design limits the options for internal proofing.

Scarecrow has been asked to see if they can assist with tackling this problem, and have proposed a bio-acoustic system to keep the birds away from the immediate vicinity, whilst also driving out any birds that may from time to time enter the covered area via the various access points.