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  • The pioneers in bird control celebrate their 60th anniversary - Nixalite’s 60 years of bird control history

    Nixalite HistoryOur past 60 years are filled with many twists, turns and singular events that made Nixalite the ‘Pioneers of Bird Control’. Headquartered in the Quad Cities USA this 3rd generation, family-owned and operated company has grown to be the world’s most successful manufacturer and distributor of effective and humane bird and animal controls, barriers and deterrents. ...


    By Nixalite of America Inc.

  • Staggered Bird Wire Posts Prove to be Successful Pigeon Deterrents

    A discreet and clever bird control solution was installed using staggered bird wire posts to act as effective pigeon deterrents We were contacted by the project team of Sisk as they were looking for a bird control system which could be fitted to the ornate brass clad ...

  • New hope for water and life in the Senegal delta?

    A week before US President Obama descends on Senegal to encourage the tracking down of terrorists in the region, I joined our Africa team and my international Supervisory Council there to investigate issues related to a more fundamental security challenge – relating to increasingly scarce water resources. As we witnessed in Mali last year, water security, human conflicts and mass migrations ...


    By Wetlands International

  • Cities try to restore wildness to urban rivers

    The Buffalo Bayou is everything Houston city planners once despised: The small river that winds through glassy downtown hi-rises has gentle curves, a slow, meandering current and native grasses teeming with birds and insects. More than half a century ago, millions were spent to tame the flood-prone channel, turning it into a straight sluice to carry excess water to the Gulf of Mexico. The project ...


    By Associated Press

  • Pipeline spill underlines fears of new tar sands development

    The type of oil that flowed through the Enbridge pipeline when it ruptured in Calhoun County on July 25 is far more damaging to the environment than regular crude at every stage, from extraction to refining, and poses higher risks when spilled into lakes and rivers. Despite denials by Enbridge CEO Patrick Daniel, the million gallons of oil that spilled into the Kalamazoo River watershed last ...


    By The Compliance Center (ICC)

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