Monday, 19 September 2016 13:54

Pigeon Control Products

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                                  Feral Pigeon - Columba livia
Feral/Rock Pigeon - Columba liviaFeral/Rock Pigeon - Columba livia
Summary:

The Feral pigeon is a wide spread, common urban pest bird.

They have short legs with level front and hind toes, which enable them to walk on flat surfaces as well as perch on branches.

Habitat:
  • Mostly found in urban or suburban areas;
  • Especially center of larger cities and railway yards (rarely farmland);
  • Prefer small flat areas away from the ground like protected ledges and rooftops;
  • Popular nesting places include building ledges, bridge supports, air conditioning units and above windows.
Breeding:
  • Mating pair has 3-4 broods per year;
  • Female lays 2-3 eggs at a time;
  • Eggs take 18 days to hatch;
  • Fledglings leave nest after 35 days;
  • Although they mostly build simple nests from a few stiff twigs, some will lay eggs directly on a protected ledge;
  • They like to make nests in and on man-made structures.
Damage:
  • "Uric acids in feces are highly corrosive;
  • Feces cause damage to waterproofing of roofs causing leaks; feces damage paintwork of automobiles with regular/long contact;
  • Feces also damage air conditioning units and solar panels;
  • Built up feces can lead to structural damage and blocked gutters;
  • Degrading the aesthetics of potentially neat and beautiful buildings;
  • Pigeons may cause a health risk when HACCP standards are not met by food processing companies as a result of birds entering factories and warehouses: bird droppings damage and infest raw materials, products in process and finished goods;
  • Nests near electrical points/lines or in chimneys are a great fire hazard;
  • Bacteria, fungal agents and ectoparasites in droppings may be a health risk."
Friday, 23 September 2016 12:57

Hadeda ibis control products

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                                  Hadeda Ibis - Bostrychia hagedash

Hadeda Ibis - Bostrychia hagedashHadeda Ibis - Bostrychia hagedash

 

Summary:

The Hadeda Ibis is an indigenous species. Large, raucous bird which has its name from the sound it makes. Usually gregarious in groups of 5-20 birds. Forage on the ground by probing with their long bill or picking from the surface. Roosts in trees or on power pylons.

Habitat:
  • Mostly found on Highlands and dry areas.
  • Also on grasslands, savannas, bushveld, forest edges, large gardens, playing fields and airfields.
  • On rare occasions at marshes and sources of inland water.
Breeding:
  • Roosts in trees or on power pylons.
  • Nest made of flimsy sticks and grass.
  • Usually nests up high in trees, on hillside or riverbank, cliff and sometimes on a telephone pole.
Damage:
  • Degrade the aesthetics of potentially neat and beautiful buildings.
  • Very loud, raucous birds.
  • Feaces build-up in dams and around trees can cause severe damage resulting in fish and trees dying.
  • Theft of pet food.
Friday, 23 September 2016 10:56

Egyptian geese control products

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                             Egyptian Geese - Alopochen aegyptiacus

Eqyptian Geese - Alopochen aegyptiacusEgyptian Geese - Alopochen aegyptiacus

 

Summary: The Egyptian Goose is an indigenous waterfowl. Common migrating bird. Flies early morning to farmland and grasslands returns to water in the evening to roost on the shoreline or in trees.
Habitat:
  • Found nearby inland waters like rivers, dams, floodplains, pans, mashes;
  • Likes to swim;
  • Spends most of the time on the riverbank.
Breeding:
  • Sometime takes over nests of other birds;
  • Builds nest in holes in cliffs, caves, trees or buildings;
  • Always nearby water (within 1,000 yards);
  • Clutch: 5-11 eggs;
  • Young birds (newly hatched) leave after 6 hours.
Damage:
  • Large flocks can damage grain crops;
  • Aggressive, Noisy;
  • Feaces build-up in dams and around trees can cause severe damage resulting in fish and trees dying.
Friday, 23 September 2016 13:14

Crow control products

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                                      House Crow - Corvus splendens

House Crow - Corvus splendensHouse Crow - Corvus splendens
 

 

Summary:

The House Crow Omnivorous, an abundant bird which originates from Asia. An intelligent and quite aggressive bird. Abundant in crime-ridden townships. Forages on the ground, roost communally in trees.

Habitat:
  • Urban / Dense human settlements.
Breeding:
  • Nests in the fork of a tree, on buildings or telephone poles.
  • Clutch: 3-6 eggs
Damage:
  • Bacterial diseases like cholera caused by ectoparasites.
  • Uric acids in feaces are highly corrosive:
  • Feaces cause damage to waterproofing of roofs causing leaks; feaces damage paint work of automobiles with regular/long contact; feces also damage air conditioning units and solar panels.
  • Degrading the aesthetics of potentially neat and beautiful buildings.
  • May cause a health risk when HACCP standards are not met by food processing companies as a result of birds entering factories and warehouses: bird droppings damage and infest raw materials, products in process and finished goods.
  • Very intelligent – well-known thieves of various items.
Friday, 23 September 2016 09:36

Sparrow Control Products

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                                    House Sparrow - Passer domesticus
House Sparrow - Passer domesticus 
Summary:

The house sparrow is the second most notorious urban pest bird. It lives on urban scraps and is extremely adaptive.

Their legs and toes enable them to perch on branches. They are boisterous, intelligent birds that roost in noisy flocks.

Habitat:
  • Human settlements;
  • Likes roosting in tree branches, on ivy-covered walls, and under roof eaves;
  • Prefer small enclosed spaces like house shutters, drainage piping, building rafters and corrugated metal siding for building nests in;
  • Being aggressive, they will force other birds out of their ‘home’;
  • Urban, suburban and human settlements in all habitats.
Breeding:
  • Nests on buildings and in trees;
  • Builds large nests that often hold several families;
  • Clutch:1-6;
  • One breeding pair can grow 2000+ birds in two to three years.
Damage:
  • Degrading the aesthetics of potentially neat and beautiful buildings;
  • Sparrows may cause a health risk when HACCP standards are not met by food processing companies as a result of birds entering factories and warehouses:
    • bird droppings damage and infest raw materials, products in process and finished goods;
  • Nests near electrical points/lines or in chimneys are a great fire hazard;
  • Bacteria, fungal agents, and ectoparasites in droppings may be a health risk;
  • Makes a lot of noise when moving in flocks.
Thursday, 22 September 2016 13:06

Starling control products

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                                                                Eurasian Starling - Sturnus vulgaris

Eurasian Starling - Sturnus vulgarisEurasian Starling - Sturnus vulgaris
 

 

Summary:

This bird is usually seen in small family groups or in large flocks. These birds will eat almost anything, including farmland invertebrates (such as larvae, insects, earthworms, millipedes, snails, spiders) and berries, and garbage.

Habitat:
  • Mostly found on lawns, fields and grasslands;
  • Settles down in nearby trees;
  • Also likes tall trees and buildings.
Breeding:
  • Nests in a hole in wall or tree, in piping gutters or among accumulated debris in tree;
  • Nest made of grass and lined with other soft natural materials like feathers and moss;
  • Clutch: 3-6 eggs;
  • Nesting endures for about 20 days.
Damage:
  • Uric acids in feces are highly corrosive: Feces cause damage to waterproofing of roofs causing leaks; feces damage paint work of automobiles with regular/long contact; feces also damage air conditioning units and solar panels;
  • Degrading the aesthetics of potentially neat and beautiful buildings;
  • May cause a health risk when HACP standards are not met by food processing companies as a result of birds entering factories and warehouses: bird droppings damage and infest raw materials, products in process and finished goods;
  • Nests near electrical points/lines or in chimneys are a great fire hazard;
  • Bacteria, fungal agents and ectoparasites in droppings may be a health risk;
  • Birds feeding off crops, especially various seeds and any crop with a high brix (sugar content) cause losses for farmers/companies;
  • When they move in flocks the buildup of their feces has a great impact on buildings and trees;
  • Starlings raid orchards and vineyards for fruit when moving in flocks.
Tuesday, 20 September 2016 14:34

Seagull Control Products

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                                    Hartlaub's Gull - Larus hartlaubii

Hartlaub's Gull - Larus hartlaubiiHartlaub's Gull - Larus hartlaubii

 

Summary:

The Hartlaub’s Gull is an indigenous tame sea bird, increasing in numbers.

They often hang around gardens, parks and restaurants , follow fishing vessels looking for scraps, or follow ploughs looking for soil invertebrates.

Those in urban areas will catch insects at street lights at night.

Roost on roofs, hedges or islands.

Habitat:

Seashores, offshore islands, city centres, rubbish dumps, cultivated farmland and estuaries.


Search human inhabitations like parks and restaurants for scraps of food.

Breeding:
  • Roosts on rooftops, ledges and islands;
  • Nest made of twigs and shells;
  • Cultch: 1-3 (in some cases up to 5-8).
Damage:
  • Uric acids in feces are highly corrosive: Feces cause damage to waterproofing of roofs causing leaks; feces damage paint work of automobiles with regular/long contact; feces also damage air conditioning units and solar panels;
  • Degrading the aesthetics of potentially neat and beautiful buildings;
  • May cause a health risk when HACP standards are not met by food processing companies as a result of birds entering factories and warehouses: bird droppings damage and infest raw materials, products in process and finished goods;
  • Nests near electrical points/lines or in chimneys are a great fire hazard;
  • Bacteria, fungal agents and ectoparasites in droppings may be a health risk;
  • When they move in flocks the buildup of their feces has a great impact on buildings;
  • Often dive down, grabbing fisherman’s fish or scraps of food from people.
  “Odour Guard” is specially formulated to remove bad odours associated with bird droppings.Birds are attracted to the smell of their own feces and are drawn to nesting/roosting sites thatsmells like bird feces. By removing the source of the smell and placing “Odour Guard” dishes in the surrounding area,bad odours…
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