The bird scarer revolutionising the bird control industry: BirdAlert uses cutting edge technology from IoT to detect the presence of specific bird species in a designated area before activating a range of control methods to keep your land bird-free.

Meet the UK's Number 1 Bird Scarer

The future of bird scaring is smart.


Traditional methods have become outdated and no longer have the same impact. Instead, we make use of cutting edge, Internet of Things (IoT) technology to help businesses maintain bird-free environments in cost-effective & flexible ways.


Benefits of BirdAlert:

  • Scares birds within a radius of up to 250 metres
  • Easy to set up system can be deployed in minutes
  • Provides 24/7 protection against birds
  • Effective against geese, gulls, rooks, crows, jackdaws and starlings
  • Powered by solar energy
  • Online Portal for completely remote system management


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    What is BirdAlert?

    Although birds can be beautiful to look at, they often cause significant damage to buildings and put the health and wellbeing of the public at risk. A birds appetite, faeces and noisy behaviour can result in considerable financial losses. Bird proofing measures, like BirdAlert, are therefore needed to put your mind at ease, as well as to keep you legally compliant.


    Traditional proofing methods and bird scarers often have a limited effect, usually caused by habituation. Birds quickly become accustomed to the equipment used as they typically rely on timers. Within a week or two, these traditional scaring methods often lose their desired effect. Unless you’re regularly moving them around the problem area, they will eventually become completely redundant.


    Here’s where BirdAlert comes in.


    BirdAlert has been developed explicitly to meet this challenge. Combining modern IoT technology with time tested bird-scaring practices to ensure habituation is avoided.


    How does BirdAlert work?

    BirdAlert is an innovative bird control system that monitors your site 24/7 using an advanced microphone. As a bird reaches the area, BirdAlert identifies the species by analysing their calls – think of it as a unique acoustic fingerprint.


    When a specific nuisance bird is identified in the area – it activates one of five input options. Built-in distress calls ring out using the recommended speakers which scare the birds away. The BirdAlert system then analyses if the sought out effect is achieved, and if not, it reactivates.


    Everyday use

    BirdAlert is placed in the wanted area and monitored through an online portal. The box will detect when the chosen birds are within a radius of up to 250 meters. BirdAlert is equipped with five sockets, allowing the customer to connect different scare tools, including the recommended speakers, as well as a gas cannon, kite controller, eagle eye and scareman.


    About the box

    BirdAlert is carefully sealed and out of consideration to humidity, insurance, and lifetime should never be opened. Furthermore, the innovative technology is continuously updated with new software to retain the effectiveness of the system. Ensuring it maintains its effect and scares birds away week after week, year after year.


    Online portal

    BirdAlert comes equipped with an online portal, which acts as a single point to monitor the effectiveness of your investment. Your online portal observes what happens when you’re not around. See how many times BirdAlert has activated and which species have been scared. No need for manual adjustments, once BirdAlert is set up; everything is done through the online portal. Truly digital bird control!

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    BirdAlert can help with the following birds

    4 types of birds

    BirdAlert has proven to be an effective scarer for a large number of birds, including pigeons and seagulls. Birds such as Gulls can be boisterous and can cause considerable damage to corporate buildings. Geese are known to cause problems in fields due to the number of crops they eat. Starlings come in large flocks and settle in stables, pastures and fruit plantations where they eat as much as they want, Rooks gather in large colonies and cause an inconvenience due to noise, bird droppings and their immense appetite. 


    These problems can all be solved by implementing a BirdAlert box at your site. Feel free to talk to our team for a free consultation, or to discuss the bird species causing you problems.

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    Download The BirdAlert Brochure

    Learn more about the different input options that are available with this cutting edge technology.

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    Why Choose Integrum?

    Free Quotes

    All quotes are free of charge and come with no obligation to proceed, regardless of the issue being surveyed.

    Trusted Supplier

    Don't worry, you're not the first to test out our fantastic bird-scaring product. We've already implemented BirdAlert at Airports, Recycling Plants, Corporate buildings and more.

    Amazing Reviews

    Feel free to check out Google, Trustpilot, Checkatrade, Facebook and Bark. You'll find excellent reviews that'll give you the confidence that you are dealing with the experts you want.


    We love the fact that we're members of Checkatrade, CHAS, BPCA, and CEPA. We also hold the ISO 9001:2015 accreditation, which demonstrates that we have a high level of quality management in place to support the business and its client base.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    • How does BirdAlert work?
    • Where can you use BirdAlert?
    • How quickly can it be deployed?
    • Will BirdAlert need to be connected to mains power?
    • Will birds become used to it?
    • How do I set up the unit?
    • Will there be more species added to the list that it can disperse?
    • Is there a re-occurring cost?