We translocate HONEY BEES and BATS.
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Honey Bees, Bats and Snakes all play a very essential part to the ecology. Bees provide pollination of our Fruit and Vegetables, bats keep all your crawling & flying insect populations down to the minimum, snakes control rodents (rats & mice….VERMON), but we don’t need them in and around our homes.
Ons verwyder Heuning Bye & Vlermuise. Doen algemene insek behandeling, Kopluise, rotte, kakerlakke, miere, vlooie ens. GEEN VERSKUILDE KOSTE. WAT ONS PRYS BETAAL U . We remove Honey bees, we don’t kill them. Bees removed are transferred to commercial bee hives for use in honey production and pollination services. WE TRAVEL JOHANNESBURG, PRETORIA HARTBEESPOORT DAM VAAL DAM VANDERBIJLPARK VAAL MARINA and all areas in between .We do all kinds of Garden Control, Head lice, Rodents, Bats, Ants, Cockroaches, Fleas, Fly’s, Bedbugs, Garden & Lawn treatments, Weed Control, Termites. We do not kill Bees, we translocate the bees to rural area where they can continue being of good use to nature. We remove the bees, honey, wax and treat the area. We provide 24hour same day service. We travel all areas We have the best affordable charge .. HISTOPLASMOSIS is a dimorphic pathogen, a disease caused by a fungus found in BAT AND BIRD DROPPINGS. No bat has ever tested positive for canine rabies in South Africa. Lyssaviruses are so-called rabies-related viruses. In South Africa two lyssaviruses have been associated with bats. Lagos Bat Virus is found at very low levels (less than one case a year) in the population of Wahlberg’s epaulletted fruit bats, and there have two cases of the disease in cats. To date there has been no evidence of Lagos Bat Virus infecting people. Any fruit bat that dies for no obvious reason should be handed to a vet with a request that the bat be tested for Lagos. If the bat should test positive then it is recommended that a course of post exposure rabies shots be administered to anyone who had contact with the bat. Duvenhage Virus is closely related to Lagos virus and has caused the death of two people in the North West Province of South Africa (1970 and 2006). In both cases the patients had been either bitten or scratched by an insectivorous bat some time before the disease manifested itself. Always be careful not to get bitten when handling any wild animal, including bats. Use thick gloves or a cloth to handle bats and do not allow children to stroke or handle any grounded bat. Anyone that is bitten by any wild or stray animal should immediately scrub the wound with soap and water and go within 24 hours to their nearest clinic to start a course of post-exposure rabies vaccinations. These vaccinations are free at State clinics
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