DATE POSTED: August 17, 2018
You see a bee and you immediately go into panic mode thinking you are going to be stung. You may grab a fly swatter or a can of bee and wasp spray and go to town trying to kill them off. While bees can sting, and that bee spray might work to eliminate them, it’s best to slow down and stay calm rather than running around swatting at it.
DATE POSTED: April 24, 2015
Woodpeckers are perhaps the most recognizable bird out there. They are distinct in their coloring, shape and behavior. They are known to peck at trees, street signs, telephone and utility poles and many more things. They bang and peck on things for a few different reasons. When it is solely for noise purposes, then they are showing dominance over an area, and are trying to attract females to…
DATE POSTED: April 15, 2015
Take in a deep breath and let it out. It won't be long till it starts feeling like spring. The temperatures will climb; they always do. Even the air will begin to warm. It happens every year. You know what else happens every year? Bugs and wildlife become active again. But I have good news. There are some things you can do about those pests.
DATE POSTED: March 23, 2015
As a homeowner, there is nothing more important than learning what pests destroy your home and what preventative measures you can take. I've compiled the three worst home wreckers in order of importance and thrown in some tips on how to keep them from eating away at your equity.