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Site Installed:  Ship
Bird Activity: Seagulls
VesselGrandBanks Eagle Eyes Installed: 4


Contact Person: Mr Budge Stewart -
 Results:  The Atlantic Boat Club is in the harbour alongside the Nauticat which is the glass bottom catamaran that takes tourists to Seal Island and on Champagne cruises to Clifton and back."
yacht  Site Installed:  Yacht
Bird Activity: Gulls
Eagle Eyes Installed: 1
Contact Person: The experiment is manage by Eagle Eye Bird Control -   
Results: The installation was done recently and we will soon have the results.
200806-mooring  Site Installed:  Boat Moorings
Bird Activity: Seagulls
Eagle Eyes Installed: 1
Contact Person: Mr William Dau -
Results: The Eagle Eye is keeping the seagulls away from this boat and mooring. They are perching in the "Blind spot" of the Eagle Eye where there are no flashes and will not come near the north side of the unit.


Before installation of eagle eyes.

Site Installed: Marina
Bird Activity: Seagulls and Cormorants
Eagle Eyes Installed: 1


After installation of eagle eyes.

Contact Person: Mr Andries van Veen  E-mil:

"The seagulls and Cormorants were messing on my boat, and we had to spend hours

cleaning the boat before we could use it. The wind-driven Eagle Eye is a fantastic solution

to our problem, and is very robust and cost-effective."

henry1  Site Installed:  Outside next to airstrip
Bird Activity: Plovers, Guinea Fowl
Eagle Eyes Installed:  14
Contact Person:  Mr. Etienne Smulian –


"During recent years the ongoing efforts to maintain safety standards at airports and especially the control of ever increasing bird populations in and around urban areas has lead to a more scientific approach to the problem.

In our ongoing endeavours with regard to our “Bird Hazard Management Program” Lanseria International Airport has joined in a new development program with the “Eagle Eye” system.

The “Eagle Eye” bird deterrent is an environmental friendly approach as a bird scare tactic that does no harm to the animal but discourages birds from inhabiting certain areas. The Eagle Eye makes use of sunlight to reflect intermittent light flashes in and around the areas covered that in turn causes an irritation to the birds and forces them to relocate elsewhere." Below is a letter of Reccomendation from the Quality Assurance Officer of Lanseria Airport, a Feedback Report as well as a Installation photograph and aerial views of the site.

Letter of reccomendation from Lanseria Airport - pdf Eagle_Eye_LIA__Airport_Program_2009.pdf 221.67 Kb

Feedback Report from Lanseria Airport - pdf Lanseria_Feedback_Report.pdf 119.71 Kb

Installation photographs - pdf Lanseria_Installation.pdf 10.44 Mb


Read Lanseria Airport Newsroom Article (



Before installation of eagle eyes.

Site Installed:  Dam
Bird Activity: Ibus Hadeda, Eqyptian Geese
Eagle Eyes Installed: 2
Contact Person: Mr Attie Jonker - +27 (21) 809 1600


After installation of eagle eyes.


A colony of Ibus Hadeda had taken over the small islands on the dam completely. They are very aggressive birds and had chased all other birds away.

Their droppings had killed all the plants and even the fish were intoxicated by their acidic droppings.

Our aim was to relocate the colony and to re-establish the normal bird life. This was done over a period of 6 months. One Eagle Eye was placed on the main island, and the other one on the bank.

The result was amazing. The Ibus Hadeda have moved away from the dam to another breeding spot.

salt_pan  Site Installed:  Salt Pans
Bird Activity: Terns and Seagulls
Eagle Eyes Installed: 6
Contact Person: Mr Johan Saayman -

The birds were roosting on the Salt pans and the feathers and droppings caused a big financial loss.

Since the installation of the 6 Eagle Eyes TM units, more than 90% of the birds have disappeared. We are extremely happy and grateful that our problem could be solved!!

powerstation  Site Installed:  Municipal Electrical Power station     
Bird Activity: Ibus Hadeda, Eqyptian Geese
Eagle Eyes Installed: 1
Contact Person: Mr. Leon Vosloo -

The birds were sitting and sleeping on the overhead structure. Their droppings had caused electrical short-circuits, which resulted in power dips.

Since the Eagle Eye units were installed, this has reduced dramatically.

two  Site Installed:  Fruit packing and cold storage facility
Bird Activity: Pigeons and Sparrows
Eagle Eyes Installed: 11
Contact Person: Mr Johan Saayman -
Results: “We are very happy, otherwise we would not keep on buying more.”
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