Beware of the Occasional Invader!

Tuesday, August 7th, 2018 // Posted in Ants, Bees, Beetles, Biting Insects, Fall, Flies, MIce, Spiders, Stinging Insects, Wasps
Beware of the Occasional Invader!

I know, that sounds like an episode of Monk. But in pest control vernacular, occasional invader refers to pests that show up once in a while; usually because of environmental conditions or other disturbances. Think of earwigs, lady bugs, crickets, boxelder bugs…things that are a little unusual but not unheard of. These pests would rather […]

Summertime and the stingin’ is easy

Sunday, July 1st, 2018 // Posted in Bees, Hornets, Stinging Insects, Summer, Wasps
Summertime and the stingin’ is easy

Remember last January when we were all complaining how cold it was? Happens every year! But now that the “feel like” temps are hovering around 100 degrees there is more to worry about than just heat stroke – although that’s pretty important, too. Getting outside to exercise, mow the lawn, take the kids to the […]

Are Bees Endangered?

Saturday, April 22nd, 2017 // Posted in Bees, Stinging Insects
Are Bees Endangered?

I read an article recently that said 7 different species of bees are now on the endangered species list. It went on to say that crops are endangered too because there won’t be any bees to pollinate the plants and we are all going to starve!!!! Let’s just calm down. I like bees, BTW. They […]

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