Commercial Fogger, Residential Setting

This article adapted from www.klkntv.com Three years ago, Dallas Baker decided he’d had enough of mosquitoes. So he decided to wage war against the pests.   “I got zinged. There, and up there, and one on the back,” the 73-year-old said, pointing to mosquito bites on his face and neck. “I couldn’t take it anymore.” A former Omaha Police officer, Baker said the mosquitoes at his home, bordered by a wheat … Continue reading Commercial Fogger, Residential Setting

Updated Photo Contest

  Nixalite’s Monthly “Photo Contest” Two New Winners Every Month! Email Your September 2018 Photos Today – 1st Place: $200.00 – 2nd Place: $100.00 We love to see our products in action and want to see your successful installation of our products. Take your best shot and win a $200.00 Visa Gift Card from Nixalite of America. Get your entries in by the end of the month and new winners will … Continue reading Updated Photo Contest

Birds, Bats & Wind Turbines

How does wind energy threaten birds and bats? Wind turbines and their associated infrastructure — notably power lines and towers — are among the fastest-growing threats to birds and bats in the United States and Canada. At the end of 2016, there were more than 52,000 operating, commercial-scale wind turbines in the United States and many more are currently under construction. Estimates state that hundreds of thousands … Continue reading Birds, Bats & Wind Turbines

Just the Facts: Pigeons

Have you ever heard someone call pigeons; “rats with wings”? Truth is, Pigeon is a French word that derives from the Latin pipio, for a “peeping” chick. Only a few birds have been associated with humans so closely as the common city pigeon. It has been domesticated and taken around the world, raised for food, trained for homing, racing, and carrying messages, and used in research. Originally native … Continue reading Just the Facts: Pigeons