Interesting Facts About Mice

Mice may be an unpleasant surprise when you discover their handiwork under the kitchen sink or under the basement couch. It’s easy to forget that these little pests do have an interesting side and they’re more complex than most people … Continue reading

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Stray Cats – Protecting Your Property From Damage

Stray cats aren’t really classified as “wildlife” but they can be a problem for the homeowner when they hang around the yard and get into trouble. They aren’t quite as destructive as deer or raccoons, thankfully. Cats can, however, have … Continue reading

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The Most Destructive Animals of Summer

Summer is the time for visits to the beach, family BBQs and maybe a little traveling. It can also be a devastating time for your yard due to the animals that are most active in the warm summer months. Many … Continue reading

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Springtime Animal Problems

                      Every year, spring weather brings a new round of animal pests that a homeowner has to deal with. Though smaller rodents like mice or voles can be a problem … Continue reading

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Pest Animals of Early Spring

Who doesn’t love the very first signs of early spring, when the weather finally starts to warm up and you can see the snow melting away. Winter is just leaving which also means that some of the first spring pest … Continue reading

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Raccoon In Winter and Their Impact on Humans

Raccoons are a huge problem no matter what time of the year it is. In the winter, there are two things that will drive a raccoon to be more of a bother than usual: the search for food and the … Continue reading

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Rodents in Winter and Their Impact on Humans

Rodents are one of the biggest household pests any time of the year, but their impact can get to be more of a problem during the cold winter months. Not all species of rodent act quite the same way in … Continue reading

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The Raccoon in Winter – Should You Worry?

Raccoon Winter Behavior May Affect You The cold winter season means several pest animals, especially rodents, may move into your home for warmth and food.  Winter’s colder weather can result in larger animals, including raccoon to do the same.  If … Continue reading

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Rats – Interesting Facts and What They Mean to You

According to Wikipedia: ” Rats are various medium-sized, long-tailed rodents of the superfamily Muroidea. “True rats” are members of the genus Rattus, the most important of which to humans are the black rat, Rattus rattus, and the brown rat, Rattus norvegicus. Many members of other rodent genera and families are also … Continue reading

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3 Surprising Things You Didn’t Know About Woodchucks

Woodchucks are common visitors to suburban lawns and gardens.  Leaving their underground burrows in the morning and evenings to feed on grasses and other vegetation, the low-to-the-ground animals can grow up to a body weight of 15 lbs or more. … Continue reading

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