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  • 2013 Pest Bird & Wildlife Control

    Nixalite just released a new 48 page, color catalog filled with products, tips and tricks for controlling birds and wildlife from architectural structures. Featuring over 20 new products, Nixalite offers professional grade equipment for nearly any pest bird and wildlife control need. Learn about our new lines of wildlife exclusion, bird dispersal and mold abatement products to prevent damage to ...


    By Nixalite of America Inc.

  • New 2011-2012 Bird and Wildlife Control Catalog

    Nixalite just released a new 40 page, color catalog filled with products, tips and tricks for controling pest birds and wildlife. Featuring over 40 new products, Nixalite offers professional grade equipment for nearly any bird and wildlife control need.  Learn about our new hazing, fogging, wildlife exclusion and mold abatement products to prevent wildlife and sanitation issues. Nixalite ...


    By Nixalite of America Inc.

  • Missouri American Water Wildlife Biodiversity Project Shows Signs of Success

    A project designed to improve wildlife biodiversity on local property owned by Missouri American Water is showing the first signs of success. ...


    By American Water

  • GEI Hires Eight Senior Professionals

    GEI Consultants, Inc., one of the nation's leading geotechnical, environmental, water resources, and ecological science and engineering firms, announced today that it has hired eight senior professionals in several of its offices throughout the country.  Joining the firm are Christopher Bradley, P.E.; Mike Carosotto, P.E., PMP, CFM; Ying-Kit Choi, Ph.D., P.E.; ...


    By GEI Consultants, Inc.,

  • The National Pest Management Association Strongly Opposes Passage of “Wildlife Protection Act” in Washington, DC

    With Serious Threats Posed by Nuisance Wildlife to Health and Property, NPMA Advocates Defeat of Proposed Legislation FAIRFAX, Va.- As the D.C. Council prepares to cast a final vote on the “Wildlife Protection Act,” on Tuesday, November 9, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) expresses its clear opposition to the bill. If passed, the legislation ...

  • Sony and Conservation International to Bring Never-before-seen 3D Wildlife Photography to Biodiversity Convention

    Tokyo, Oct 18, 2010 - (ACN Newswire) - Sony Corporation (Sony) and Conservation International (CI) have teamed up to bring compelling wildlife photography in 3D to over 14,000 delegates at the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (COP10) taking place over the next two weeks in Nagoya, Japan. The 3D images can be viewed at the "Sony 3D Kiosk" in the CI booth located at the Nagoya ...


    By Japan Corporate News - JCN

  • EPA takes major actions to reduce Americans’ risks from mouse and rat poisons / move will better protect children, pets and wildlife

    To better protect children, pets and wildlife, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today that it is moving to ban the sale to residential consumers of the most toxic rat and mouse poisons, as well as most loose bait and pellet products. The agency is also requiring that all newly registered rat and mouse poisons marketed to residential consumers be enclosed in bait stations that ...

  • Gator Encounter uses Husky Folding Frame Tank

    Wildlife Encounters of Gretna, a non-profit 501( c ) 3 organization dedicated to educating the public about our natural world while offering a home for animals in need, uses a Husky Portable Containment folding frame tank in the Gator Encounters attraction. Wildlife Encounter’s award winning educational programs have been seen and heard by over 1 million students nationwide. Our programs ...


    By Husky Portable Containment

  • Hi-Tech Solution To Oklahoma & Texas Nuisance Birds

    Backwoods Wildlife Control, a professional bird protection company, announced today a new company initiative to respond to the growing need for Oklahoma cities and towns to control nuisance birds. Bird control has become a high priority in Oklahoma, which continues to grapple with the menace of pest birds. These pest birds continue to damage both commercial and residential building exteriors, ...


  • Cardno ENTRIX is Presenting at the 27th Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School

    Cardno ENTRIX, an environmental and natural resource management consultancy, will be presenting at the 27th Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School, hosted by the Florida Environmental Network Inc. Cardno ENTRIX technical staff members Steve Godley and Dan Hammond will instruct sessions at the event to further explain ...


    By Cardno ENTRIX

  • Defining groundwater ‘sustainability’ vital to establishing best practices and policy

    A shared understanding of groundwater “sustainability” is key to developing well-conceived policies and best practices to ensure a water-secure future, the National Ground Water Association said today as it intensifies its focus on groundwater sustainability. As part of this prioritization, NGWA has updated its ...

  • Black & Veatch shares top community award from institution of civil engineers for project to protect lower Lancaster

    A scheme to protect the community of Lower Lancaster has taken joint first place in the Community Award category of the Institution of Civil Engineers’ (ICE) North West Awards 2009. The coveted award is given in recognition of a civil engineering project that demonstrates a clear benefit to society and a recognizable or measurable improvement to the quality of life for the people who use it or ...

  • Iberdrola Renewables’ Stu Webster Earns Environmental Excellence Award

    The American Wind Energy Association today honored Iberdrola Renewables’ Stu Webster, director of permitting and environmental affairs, with the Andrew Linehan Award for Environmental Excellence. Webster received the award at the national advocacy group’s fall conference in Chandler, Ariz. “This award is truly a professional and personal honor,” said Webster. ...

  • Restructuring natural resource majors

    A troublesome trend is occurring at colleges and universities around the country: fewer students are graduating with degrees in natural resource related degree programs. As a result, the number of qualified professionals to manage fish and wildlife programs is dwindling. What is even more troubling is that nationally, the percentage of students enrolling in the major has increased. For reasons ...

  • The ninth annual A Midsummer Night`s green & awards of excellence

    Exemplary projects, firms and individuals were honored last night as winners of the 2011 Awards of Excellence by the U.S. Green Building Council National Capital Region Chapter (USGBC-NCR) at the ninth annual A Midsummer Night's Green event in Washington, DC. 'These awards celebrate individuals and firms for their leadership and commitment to the green building movement,' said Emily Zimmerman, ...


    By eSight Energy

  • WEF partners with the alliance for water stewardship

    The Water Environment Federation (WEF) announces a new partnership with the Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS), an international group of like-minded organizations that promotes responsible use of water resources. Passed last month by WEF’s Board of Trustees, the resolution formalizes the Federation’s participation in a 3-year plan to help develop a set of principles and good ...

  • The Real Urban Jungle

    How well do you understand life in your own backyard? Cities and suburbs form their own unique ecosystems and ecology, where humans aren’t visitors; they are an integral component, like trees in a forest or coral in a reef. If more than half of the Earth’s people live in cities and the amount of paved surfaces in the United States is equivalent to the area of Ohio, shouldn’t our ...

  • California Could be the First State to Require Lead Free Ammunition

    Earlier this month, the California Senate easily passed Assembly Bill 711 which had previously been passed in the Assembly back in May. The new legislation, if signed by the governor, would make California the first state to require the use of non-lead ammunition for the taking of all wildlife in California.  It would include hunting for game mammals, game birds, nongame birds and nongame ...


    By EMSL Analytical, Inc.

  • Environmental Bioindicators Conferences

    November 17, 2005—Government, scientific and public interest in assessing the health and well being of our eco-systems and their component parts continues. Along with this interest is an increasing understanding of importance of using environmental bioindicators, i.e. bioidindicators and biomarkers to directly measure the effects of environmental exposures from contaminants and other ...


  • FedEx and NFWF announce Urban conservation projects

    FedEx Corp. and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) announced today the six local projects selected to receive funding and FedEx team member volunteer support in 2010 through a unique collaboration to address the most pressing urban environmental challenges in major U.S. cities. Grants will be award to local nonprofits in Los Angeles, Memphis, New York City, Pittsburgh, San Francisco ...

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