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April 2017 Newsletter

April 28th, 2017

Mosquito Season is Here – Public Urged to Take Precautions Bug Busters USA offers tips to prevent mosquito bites when outdoors this summer   Warmer weather is finally here and Southeast residents are no doubt spending more time outdoors. However, with increased outdoor activity, the public is at risk of becoming a meal for summer’s…

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Squirrels Steal Easter Eggs From Excited Children On Easter Sunday | Squirrel Control

April 27th, 2017

When it comes to the damaging excesses caused by wildlife, people typically don’t look beyond their own front yards and gardens. Naturally, most people are concerned with avoiding wildlife-induced damage to their property. Whether it is squirrels, groundhogs, moles or voles that are responsible, people are mainly concerned with sparing damage to their own gardens…

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Infected Bat May Have Spread Rabies

April 26th, 2017

It is not too often that you hear about rabies. You have probably never even heard of someone you know having rabies, but it is still possible to become infected. This is especially true for a few people that may have come into contact with a rabies-infected bat at the San Diego Zoo. County officials…

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This Is Why Bats Are The Most Diverse Mammalian Species In History

April 24th, 2017

Bats are well known for falling victim to many falsehoods and myths that have been making the rounds among the public for a long time now. Bats are fascinating creatures, and if you study up on bats just a bit, then you will find that bats are not deserving of the spite that so many…

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Scientists Create A New Type Of Ant

April 21st, 2017

Science can do a lot these days, but it is hard to believe that entirely new “mutant” organisms are created everyday. In order to prove that gene splicing can create new organisms, a team of researchers from Oregon set out to do just that. Wasps have an unusual biology, and gene-splicing technology will make studying…

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19th Ranked Pest Control Blog in The World!

April 20th, 2017

We have won the honor of being the 19th ranked best pest control blog in the world!

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First Mother In Nebraska With The Zika Virus

April 19th, 2017

Zika is still around, and it is making its way into states that are located farther north. The first pregnant woman from the state of Nebraska has contracted the Zika virus. Luckily, the woman did not contract the virus while in Nebraska, nor any region of the United States. The woman had contracted the virus…

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The Interesting Insects That Thrive On Trees

April 18th, 2017

There exist a variety of different insects that choose to call trees their home. Some of these bugs are sap-sucking or bark-devouring insect pests that you don’t want to have anything to do with. Then there are others that are just too interesting to ignore. One such tree-dwelling bug that has been of interest to…

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Some Ants Can Risk Their Lives In Order To Save Others From The Same Group

April 17th, 2017

Let’s say that you are an ant, and you are out and about picking berries with your best friends, as I am sure you often do, and you notice a dangerous presence looming. Before you realize what is going on you take a look around and you can see that your ant-friends are either dead…

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How to Dispose of a Stink Bug

April 14th, 2017
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April 2017