Archive for the ‘NYC Squirrel Pest Control’ Category

July 4th, 2017

Exploring Outdoors Kan.: Wildlife in town the good, the bad and the ugly – hays Post

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I think overall wildlife have done a much better job of coexisting with man than we have done coexisting with them. If you think living in town excludes wildlife from our presence (other than the obvious resident squirrels and cottontails) think again. Possums, skunks, raccoons, beavers, foxes, coyotes and now in south central Kansas, even armadillos are right at home among us.

July 3rd, 2017

Squirrel , Pest Control and Pest Extermination in Nyc …

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Squirrels in Wikipedia The squirrel is a small or medium-sized rodent of the family Sciuridae. In the English-speaking world, it commonly refers to members of this familys genera Sciurus and Tamiasciurus, which are tree squirrels that have large bushy tails, and are indigenous to Europe (but not Ireland), Asia and the Americas. Similar genera are found in Africa

June 26th, 2017

Bed Bug Liability Claims on the Rise, Allianz Reports – PCT Magazine

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The pests account for 21% of liability claims, according to insurance provider Allianz. Animal incidents, including biting bed bugs, are a leading driver of insurance claims and losses can be significant, says global insurance company Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) in a new report, Global Claims Review: Liability in Focus

June 13th, 2017

Tracking invasive species? Follow the people – Malay Mail Online

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Central Park in Manhattan, New York. Lady-Photo/Istock.com/AFP picLONDON, June 13 Islands and populated coastal areas are the world’s “hotspots” for invasive species, which can upend entire ecosystems and drive local animals and plants to extinction, a study reported yesterday. The first global census of non-native fauna and flora found the highest concentrations in Hawaii, New Zealand’s North Island, and the Lesser Sunda Islands of Indonesia.

May 16th, 2017

How to: Tips on avoiding ticks this summer – Total Landscape Care

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As the summer months approach, landscapers need to be on high alert for something that may seem like just a minor annoyance at first but can soon turn deadly: ticks. According to USA Today, scientists are predicting a surge in the number of Lyme disease-carrying ticks beginning this month and continuing into the early summer

May 15th, 2017

Brian Kelly Of East End Tick & Mosquito Control: Nothing Bugs This Entrepreneur For Long – Hamptons.com

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Almost two decades ago, there was something that was bugging East End Tick & Mosquito Control (EET&MC) owner Brian Kelly, and he decided to do something about it. As a tree care specialist, he observed how mosquitoes and ticks permeated the environment throughout the East End of Long Island, so he got busy researching and instituting his philosophy that prevention is better than a cure. Research is a continuous part of Kelly’s routine.

April 28th, 2017

15 astounding facts about trees – Mother Nature Network (blog)

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It’s hard to overstate the importance of trees. Their debut more than 300 million years ago was a turning point for Earth, helping transform its surface into a bustling utopia for land animals. Trees have fed, housed and otherwise nurtured countless creatures over time including our own arboreal ancestors.