Some wild animals, found closer to human habitats, enter to our homes, basically for easy access to food, water, and protection. They could be cute and watched from a distance; but having them in or letting them occupy the house is not a good idea.The most common ones are squirrels, skunks, raccoons, rats, bats, and[…]
Raccoons might be furry and adorable, however, they can be dangerous pests. On the off chance that you find garbage strewn over your yard every morning means that you have a raccoon pulling down your trash cans in search of food. Smelly trash strewn everywhere in the garden, an unsanitary chaos, and an unattractive[…]
With their ringed, thick tails, and charming propensity for flushing their sustenance in water before eating, raccoons are a different breed altogether. Regardless of their engaging looks and insight, raccoons (Procyon lotor) are wild creatures that can bite if teased, may transmit rabies or parasites and might harm your home and property. On the off[…]
That is correct, it’s chilly out there. Snow’s on the ground. Icicles dangle from the overhang. It’s officially winter. Around this season, many people ask about the convenience of pest control. All the pests are dead, right?
Bat, a mammal commonly detested by all, deserves a careful understanding if not love. Present in eighteen indigenous forms, bats chiefly live in trees and caves. In modern surroundings, you might find them in barns, houses, tunnels, and bridges. Bat’s behavior varies as per the species. Some of the species, which live at high latitudes,[…]
For families tired of buzzing bees and mosquitoes, relief is near! The fall season is quickly approaching, and once the weather starts to cool down, so will the constant attacks from these annoying insect pests. But of course, the drop in temperatures can cause other pests to flock towards your home in search of a[…]