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EcoSolutions specialises in integrated pest management (IPM). Our professional staff and our expertise are focused on all areas of non-toxic, effective and sustainable pest control. 

 

  • No Decapitated Owl Found In Alex

    No Decapitated Owl Found In Alex

    Jonathan Haw's interview with ANN7 clarifying the fact that there was NO decapitated owl found in Alexandra in October 2014.

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  • Video: Township Owl Box Project - 50/50 Footage

    Video: Township Owl Box Project - 50/50 Footage

    The EcoSolutions Township Owl Project has been running since 1998 and to date 83000 children have been directly involved. The aim of the project is simple.. to create owl friendly children and owl friendly environments.

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  • Preservationists build new nests in Perryville to persuade owls to move in

    Preservationists build new nests in Perryville to persuade owls to move in

    Preservationists recently built some new, safer quarters for the barn owl population at the Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site here. The only problem is persuading the shy birds to move in.

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Latest News
Aug 24, 2016 Are barn owls natures best pest control A new study shows just how much owls can help farmers reduce rodents in their fields. Link to full article...
Aug 07, 2016 Insectivorous bats in integrated pest management (FAQ) Bats, a serious component within integrated pest management. Read full article...
Jul 02, 2016 LIFE Jo'burg's wise residents Owls: We do give a hoot Urban mythology has it that wild animals should stay where they belong – in game parks, conservancies, reserves. Link to full article...
Jun 27, 2016 Winter solstice: A big day for Spotted Eagle Owls For us its just another cold day, perhaps the coldest. We see our sun for less hours than at any other time of the year. Its depressing. We might think that everyone must feel the same way, owls however, don't... Read full article...
Mar 18, 2016 5 Tips for a rodent-free winter Rodent numbers always seem higher with the approach of winter. The reason for this is that rats have depleted their summer bounty and are now looking for food within households, warehouses and office parks. In addition to the search for food, the colder weather often lure rats into roofs and storerooms in search of warmth. Read full article...
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