A Proven Solution

It has been documented that failure at egg stage is one of the major issues facing curlew – this is mainly due to predators such as foxes and badgers. Done correctly, temporary electric fencing has been proven to increase the number of nests reaching hatching stage and increase the number of chicks.

Help and guidance

Rappa has experience of working with the RSPB and offering help and guidance with conservation fencing. Rappa’s experience includes delivering curlew, lapwing, turn and twite protection projects and the company also has a track record of helping to design predator fencing projects for ground nesting birds.

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Our experts will listen carefully to your requirements and help build the right set‐up for you. We can often get in touch with a nearby Rappa yard owner to give you a chance to see one in action. Drop us a message or call us to request a quote.

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