ROBIN ACQUIRES SCARECROW IN “INTEGRATION FIT FOR THE FUTURE OF BIRD CONTROL”

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      As the aviation industry prepares for the Covid-19 aftermath, technology companies Robin and Scarecrow have joined forces to forge a brand-new offering to bird control at airports. The two companies believe that more innovative tools are needed, now more than ever, to combat the rising challenges of bird control and wildlife management […]

Scarecrow B.I.R.D. Tab user survey success

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Scarecrow are delighted with the results of a recent survey of Airport clients that use the Scarecrow B.I.R.D. Tab system. On a scale of 1 (not at all satisfied) to 5 (very satisfied), the following average scores were achieved: General Scarecrow Service: average score 4.6 Technical Support: average score 4.6 Training/Refresher Training: average score 4.5 […]

Mongolian Airports Success with Scarecrow Equipment

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Scarecrow have recently received the below feedback from Mr Odkhuu Biraazana, Wildlife and Environmental officer for Airports Authority of Mongolia after supplying them with equipment for two of their airports. “Bird dispersal systems are essential to reduce the bird/wildlife strike hazard in vicinity of the airport. The equipment Scarecrow Premier 2020 and Patrol Two have […]

Scarecrow supply Cairo Airport, Egypt

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In quarter 1 of 2020 Scarecrow supplied Cairo International Airport, Egypt with our vehicle mounted bird control system through our local agent Senoussi Freezone & IGS Company. The plan was for Scarecrow Director, Lee Pannett, to visit CAC and provide training on the use of the system and distress calls shortly after supply but unfortunately […]

Product E-Training

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Despite the current change in the world as we know it due to Covid-19, Scarecrow looks to ensure that the high quality training programmes associated with our products is continued through remote e-training sessions. Below is a testimonial from a recent attendee on our Off Aerodrome Reporting Course, run by Lee Pannett, Director. “One of […]

“It’s your Airport, not the birds”

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The thoughts and prayers of all at Scarecrow go out to everybody impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. These are globally unprecedented times in modern history – borders closed, cities and countries on lockdown, and travel, both national and international, severely restricted. The aviation industry has, along with other sectors, been hit hard. Airport and […]

Scarecrow Directors Visit Sweden

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Scarecrow’s Directors, Lee Pannett and David Randell, recently took a visit to Sweden to meet with one of their active Resellers; Scarecrow and Milluck have shared an excellent business relationship for over 15 years. They enjoyed a meeting over a nice lunch to discuss their business relationship, and the recent news that Milluck AB has […]

Drinks with Birds

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Among the many mysteries at the back of the bar is the abundance of alcoholic drinks named after birds, particularly spirits. Liquor brands in the 19th century were typically named after a person, a place, or an animal; perhaps birds became popular because of the feeling of soaring high and being free spirited, which reminds […]

Project Daytona – Phase Two

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Following on from the launch visit in the summer of 2018 (https://www.scarecrow.eu/other-scarecrow-news-2018/) Scarecrow director, David Randell, together with Alex Moffatt from Aviaire, visited Daytona beach International Airport. The last 12 months or so has largely been about building good quality data, and the wildfire staff at Daytona have fully embraced the use of the Scarecrow […]

2019 in Review

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Scarecrow marked the end of a very successful year with our annual Christmas party at East Sussex National; we had a great night celebrating the end of 2019, and all the hard work undertaken with our colleagues and business partners. 2019 saw some great things for Scarecrow, such as the release of our V2 180/B.I.R.D […]

Birds of Halloween!

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When we think of Halloween we think of monsters, witches, pumpkins, bats and more, but do we think of birds? Birds provide some of Halloween’s major symbolic overtones, and the most commonly shown are Crows and Ravens. Indeed many ancient cultures viewed these birds as dark and demonic. How could a “harmless animal” be considered, […]