Grey squirrels are very active in the daytime and are easily seen and identified, but they also leave a number of signs of their presence.
Dropping vary in shape and colour depending on the diet, but may be spherical like those of the rabbit or more elongated rather similar to those of rats.
In the garden, they may take fruit such as strawberries, apples and plums: raid the nests of small birds and dig holes in lawns to bury food.
In parks and woodlands they damage trees, particularly sycamore and beech, by stripping bark.
The methods of control that we specialise in this area are below:
- Drey Poking and Shooting
- Spring Traps
- Cage Traps
- Poison Baiting
Please contact us for more information.