Wildlife Managament


There is nothing better than seeing wildlife in their natural habitat. Sometimes they encroach on humans causing issues such as damaging lawns and flower beds to fouling patios and digging holes in horse fields.

Wildlife issues can affect urban areas such as Camberley, Guildford, Woking, Farnham and Kingston upon Thames as well as more rural areas such as West Sussex and the Surrey Hills.

Mostly the solution is fencing or managing the environment to make the area less attractive, quite often an integrated management system may be required using several methods.

If a cull is required it would be undertaken sensitively, legally and humanly but a none lethal option would always be the first consideration.

Badgers are an amazing animal but can, on rare occasions, come into conflict with humans, any badger work undertaken by ISM would be completed in conjunction with the local badger society and DEFRA.

Our Services

ISM Pest and Wildlife Services are able to offer a wide range of services to protect your business or home from unwanted visitors.

Free site survey
Bird control
Rodent control
Insect Control
Bird proofing
Wildlife management
Gardening services

Our expert free survey can ensure you receive an effective solution, providing value for money.

For a free survey call 01276 537510



For a free survey call 01276 537510

The Wildlife & Countryside Act 1981 - Read more
Birds and their nests are protected by law; expert advice must be sought if birds are impacting your business or home.

The Wildlife & Countryside Act 1981

All birds, their nests and eggs are protected by law and it is thus an offence, with certain exceptions (see Exceptions), to:

  • intentionally kill, injure or take any wild bird
  • intentionally take, damage or destroy the nest of any wild bird whilst it is in use or being built
  • intentionally take or destroy the egg of any wild bird
  • have in one’s possession or control any wild bird, dead or alive, or any part of a wild bird, which has been taken in contravention of the Act or the Protection of Birds Act 1954
  • have in one’s possession or control any egg or part of an egg which has been taken in contravention of the Act or the Protection of Birds Act 1954
  • use traps or similar items to kill, injure or take wild birds
  • have in one’s possession or control any bird of a species occurring on Schedule 4 of the Act unless registered, and in most cases ringed, in accordance with the Secretary of State’s regulations (see Schedules)
  • intentionally or recklessly disturb any wild bird listed on Schedule 1 while it is nest building, or at a nest containing eggs or young, or disturb the dependent young of such a bird.


The maximum penalty that can be imposed for an offence under the Wildlife and Countryside Act – in respect of a single bird, nest or egg – is a fine of up to £5,000, and/or six months’ imprisonment.

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