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Chipmunks And Squirrels Can Carry The Plague

April 4th, 2017

If you have never heard of the plague before, then you must gain at least a basic understanding of European history. A few centuries ago, an epidemic disease that is now known as the plague ravaged Europe. Unfortunately, it turns out that both squirrels as well as chipmunks can carry this disease. The plague is…

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This One Plant Will Help Get Rid of Spiders, Mice, and Insects in Your Home | Wildlife Control

December 7th, 2016

We all have insects and spiders living in our home with us. However, there is one plant that will scare away all of them including spiders, mice, and any other insects that may be hiding in the dark corners of your house. You might find it surprising that this plant is mint. Grow this plant…

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Keep Wildlife in the Wild, Not in Your Home

December 3rd, 2013

Keep Wildlife in the Wild, Not in Your Home Animals looking for winter shelter find human homes a little too appealing  Watching from your kitchen as squirrels and other wildlife run around the back yard can be amusing, but finding these animals frantically scurrying in your attic or garage is anything but funny. Bug Busters…

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Wildlife Control & Removal Services

September 12th, 2013

Experts at Bug Busters USA recommend the following tips to keep nuisance wildlife in the wild: Seal any cracks or crevices on the exterior of the home with caulk and steel wool. Pay special attention to holes in the structure that lead to dark secluded areas, like attics and belfries. Replace loose mortar and weather…

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Wildlife Control

August 17th, 2012

As wildlife is not viewed in terms of traditional pest control, homeowners rarely consider the health threats associated with wildlife, which are numerous. Birds often harbor diseases such as Lyme disease, West Nile virus and histoplasmosis, a respiratory disease often spread through bird droppings. Bats, raccoons and skunks are frequent carriers of rabies, which is…

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