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Cockroach Invasion?

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Cockroach Invasion? Are cockroaches invading your home? Your home can become a health problem if not checked early on. Cockroaches can be brought to your home after traveling or on cardboard boxes from stores. There are at least five types … Continue reading

ANTS IN THE HOUSE (Tribal Ants and Carpenter Ants)

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ANTS IN THE HOUSE (Tribal Ants and Carpenter Ants) Ants are often nuisance pests, and just their presence can be upsetting. They often get into foods and feed on them. Some species crawl over refuse, carrion, or sewage, which may … Continue reading

Rodents

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Having problems with rats and mice? Is your property having a Rat Invasion? Rats that invade your home or office can become a health issue and damage problem if not checked early on. Rats will bring in through the fleas … Continue reading

Are Bees And Wasps Really That Bad?

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Are Bees And Wasps Really That Bad? Bees and wasps have a bad reputation. They are mostly known for being stinging insects that are capable of leaving painful raised welts on our skin. However, bees and wasps are important parts … Continue reading

Honey Bee Colony Collapse Disorder

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Honey Bee Colony Collapse Disorder Bees keep dying at record rates, putting our food supply at serious risk. The average person sitting down to dinner probably doesn’t realize the important role bees played in preparing that meal. Here’s something that might … Continue reading

Voles

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Voles  Vole Description and Habitats There are two types of Voles found in our service area, the meadow vole and the pine vole. They are 4” to 7 1/2 “ long weighing ½ to 2 ½ ounces.  The meadow vole … Continue reading

The Eastern Mole

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The Eastern Mole   The eastern mole is about 3 ¼ to 8 ¾ “ long weighing 3 to 5 ounces.  The eastern mole can havebrown or gray fur with pink feet, noses and tails. They have very small eyes, … Continue reading

Moles

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Moles   Mole trapping New York I probably sound like a broken record, but like any other wildlife, moles are wreaking havoc on your property in search of food. Moles eat insects. They love grubs, beetle larvae and worms. Moles … Continue reading

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