Parrots’ control

Parrots are indigenous species introduced artificially by man in our country. Are gregarious, ie live in groups. Colonize parks, towns and villages. They eat berries, beans, and other vegetables, but also eat bread, cookies and other goodies we provide them in parks and others. They build large structures, mainly coniferous forks. It’s great houses of twigs, where they live up to eight parrots.

Inside is lined tunnels grass, where they lay laying. These big houses, also used as shelter during the night or in cold weather. That is why we are more than just a nest. Because of its large volume, weight and location (in parks and walkways), you have to remove and control to avoid security problems. Controlling parrot populations, mainly goes through the removal of nests and mass trapping of adult individuals.