Tag Archives: All Natural Repellents

5 Tips for Avoiding Fall Rodent Infestation

As the weather gets cooler, rodents start looking for warm and inviting places to live. If this place also provides a source of food, that’s even better for them. Unfortunately for you, this warm and inviting place is often your … Continue reading

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3 New Breakthroughs in Animal Repellents

3 New Breakthroughs in Animal Repellents  Animals pests, both large and small, can become a major nuisance in your yard and garden. They eat plants, ruin landscaping, and may cause expensive damage to your home. These concerns have motivated research … Continue reading

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Possum Behavior and How to Get Rid of Possums

Possums are the only marsupials that live in North America, and they can be found just about everywhere on the continent. These pests can cause a wide variety of problems both inside your home and out. They can make nests … Continue reading

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Top Strategies for Getting Rid of Moles

  Moles are a subterranean species of rodent that are found across most of North America, Europe, and Asia. Many different species of the mole exist, but they all share the common behavior of digging tunnels under the ground on … Continue reading

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Understanding Porcupine Behavior and Using It to Your Advantage

Porcupines can be quite a nuisance if you have a garden. They are herbivores, and they are quite fond of a number of things that many gardeners enjoy growing such as trees, rose bushes, and vegetables. They’ve even been known … Continue reading

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Preparing Your Yard for Autumn’s Pest Animal Activity

Autumn is a lovely time of year during which the temperature drops and the hot days of summer melt into cool evenings. Of course, there are also lots of yard and garden pests that look forward to the autumn and … Continue reading

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Raccoon Spring Behavior and How It Effects Homeowners

Many American urban homeowners face the raccoon menace. These animals not only dig up plants and destroy gardens, but also enter homes to rummage through trash cans, thereby causing a mess. Since they rest during the day, and go in … Continue reading

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Understanding Raccoon Behavior and Using it to Your Advantage

A raccoon is covered in brownish-grey fur, with a distinctive black mask around its eyes and between five and seven dark brown rings on its bushy tail. Inclusive of the tail, the adult raccoon’s body measures between 28 and 41 … Continue reading

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Top 5 Web Resources for Repelling Animals Naturally

Top 5 Web Resources for Repelling Animals Naturally As a homeowner or gardener, you work hard to care for your house, to create a beautiful lawn, and nurture the plants in your garden. You look forward to enjoying the fruits … Continue reading

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Organic, Natural and Chemical Free: What Those Terms Mean For Animal Repellents

It is likely painful for gardeners to imagine their plant beds being destroyed by animals. They do their best to shield their gardens from hungry birds and crude wild animals. They install fences, traps, and just about any device that … Continue reading

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