Game Counts

Aerial Game counts have proved to be as reliable as road strip counts.
There are various ways of conducting game counts and we have a way that does NOT cost a fortune!

The same aircraft used for aerial reserve monitoring and surveillance is the aircraft used for Game Counts!

camo-aerial game count The Bat Hawk airframe is strong and durable, allowing it to be used in many roles. With the second seat available to take significant loads a number of Bat Hawks have been adapted for use in a variety of applications such as:aerial surveillance

• Game reserve aerial surveillance, where the type is particularly well adapted due to its very slow forward cruising speed, relative silence and stealth characteristics
• Fence checking and stock mustering on farms
• Aerial topdressing and sprayingCat conservation
• Aerial photography and surveying
• Reconnaissance and surveillance
• Regular ranger patrols.
• Carcass location.
• Water-point monitoring
• Monitoring of rare species
• Gathering of Scientific data for research purposes. • Radio telemetry and chemical immobilization of animals.
• Anti-poaching and follow-up patrols.
• Patrolling rivers and gathering valuable data on crocodiles for the Kruger Park Scientific services.
• Monitoring and mapping burning programs in the Parks , including aerial burning of fire breaks with the Raindance Aerial Incendiary machine.
• Patrolling the Kruger/Mozambique/ Zimbabwe borders.
• Vegetation mapping and erosion monitoring.

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Side by side seating, dual controls, comprehensive instrumentation and flying characteristics totally free of vices, make the Bat Hawk an ideal flight training aircraft. Due to the conventional 3-axis aircraft controls, the Bat Hawk is ideally suited for initial flight training towards a National Pilot’s Licence (LSA).

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