Whilst the Scarecrow Group has been successfully trading, and dispersing birds from unwanted locations, for some 34 years, the current owners, in celebration of their 6th anniversary of ownership, took all staff out for the evening, dining at The Maze Restaurant, Mayfair, London, the stunning restaurant owned by the renowned world famous chef, Gordon Ramsey. https://www.gordonramsayrestaurants.com/maze/
Overlooking the activities in the kitchen, everybody enjoyed excellent food in a stylish environment, with outstanding service being provided.
Next stop in the celebrations – 1st June 2018 – Ladies Day at Epsom horse racing!! http://www.epsomderby.co.uk/the-days/friday/
Following the purchase of Scarecrow B.I.R.D. Tab™ in May 2017, and subsequent Training, we have received some fantastic feedback from the Latvian Air Force:
“Lielvarde” is Latvian Air Force airfield. From 2007 through to 2014 the air base was undergoing a major modernization and still is continuing development nowadays. In 2018 air base challenge is to go through certification process. Wildlife hazard management is one of the tasks, which must be implemented in each airfield. That’s why in 2016 there started Bird Strike Control Program. In May 2017 the Latvian Air Force purchased a SCARECROW B.I.R.D. Tab™ system, which has a double function – a tool for bird dispersal, and also a method for data collecting, analysis, reporting and saving. Staff found it very easy and handy for everyday use. SCARECROW B.I.R.D. Tab™ with preinstalled bird distress calls are useful method for bird and animal dispersing .
In May 2017 we had our first 2-day training in the airfield and then in November 2017 we have participated in the refresher course, we must say it was valuable, rich and it really helped us to understand how to use the software effectively. Now we can say, that finally we are finished the system configuration and SCARECROW B.I.R.D. Tab™ is fully prepared and adapted to our airfield conditions. We hope B.I.R.D. Tab™ will become our main helper in wildlife strike prevention.”