BRUSHING OFF FOXES
Although foxes were formerly found in rural areas, they have now made home nearer us, not least because of what we throw away. As natural scavengers, they know that we are good sources of food. The native Red Fox is now widespread throughout mainland Britain, benefiting from food sources around our gardens, bird-tables and outbuildings.
DEALING WITH FOXES
The urban Fox is unlikely to give up on the easy pickings our modern throw away lifestyle has provided them. Unfortunately, this leads to them becoming bolder, visiting certain gardens repeatedly, raiding bins and even enter properties through cat flaps and open doors. Our expert team can pinpoint the reason fox activity has increased in and around your property and take steps to prevent their access in addition to discouraging them from coming back.
HOW TO IDENTIFY
The majority of complaints involving urban foxes include digging holes in lawns and flower beds, pet or chicken attacks, biting through garden light cables and irrigation pipes. You are unlikely to spot the Fox itself.