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Gainford Hotels, which owns the Vermont Aparthotel and the Aveika bar beneath the bridge, submitted an application for 'Avishock bird scarers' and other devices to be installed in a bid to stop kittiwakes nesting on the bridge tower and around the two venues.
He added: "The Tyne Kittiwakes are local celebrities, they attract people to the Quayside to watch them and we know one visitor requested a hotel room overlooking the birds so they could photograph them.
During the 2013 breeding season, we recorded nocturnal predation on chicks of Black-legged Kittiwakes (hereafter, kittiwakes; Rissa tridactyla) by a Peregrine Falcon (hereafter, peregrine; Falco peregrinus) on Puffin Island, North Wales, UK (53[degrees] 19' 05" N, 04[degrees] 01' 40" W).
Petrofac has acted as Duty Holder on the Kittiwake platform since 2003 and also provides engineering management and construction services.
We welcome the employees of Kittiwake to Parker and are excited about the growth opportunities this combination creates.
Besides being a lure for tourists, the Kittiwake will be an artificial reef that can shelter fish and crustaceans in waters known for excellent visibility and abundant sea life.
GAINFORD HOTELS, WHICH OWNS THE VERMONT APARTHOTEL AND THE AVEIKA BAR BENEATH THE TYNE BRIDGE, HAS SUBMITTED PLANS TO INSTALL ANTI-BIRD NETTING AND AN ELECTRIFIED SURFACE IN A BID TO STOP KITTIWAKES NESTING ON THE BRIDGE TOWER AND AROUND THE TWO VENUES.
This week's winds brought Little Gulls to Criccieth and Pwllheli and a Grey Phalarope, Kittiwakes and a Black Guillemot to Porthmadog's Glaslyn Marshes.
Kittiwake Developments will allow us to extend our position in diagnostic products and reinforce our ability to offer our customers a complete health monitoring solution for their filtration systems, said Peter Popoff, President of Parker's Filtration Group, We welcome the employees of Kittiwake to Parker and are excited about the growth opportunities this alignment creates.
After tracking the kittiwake as it left the colony in the evening (just before 6pm), it was registered flying south for around 30km (18 miles), before starting an "intensive" search for food until 10pm.
Now the black-legged kittiwake bird has been added to that list.
Ownership of the USS Kittiwake, a 2,077-ton submarine rescue ship, would be transferred from the US Maritime Administration to the government of the British dependency as early as next month, project manager Nancy Easterbrook said.