Crows can be very interesting animals to watch because they have unique behavior characteristics and can even be somewhat friendly. However, they can also become a real problem if they get into a roof and start building nests. This problem can end up degrading the structure of the roof in ways that may require animal control professionals to fully manage this issue. Crows are Very Intelligent Nest Builders Crows are known as one of the most intelligent birds in the world and use their brains to create many strong and protected nests. [Read More]
Tips For Getting Rid Of Ants
While ants are generally harmless, they do pose a threat when they are in your home and getting into your food. The dirt and other things they walk through on the way to your food may cause problems. Biting ants are a nuisance and annoying, but unless someone has an allergy to them, the only issue will be the itching and scratching. If you have noticed a few ants here and there, you can probably take care of the problem yourself. [Read More]
What Should Commercial Property Owners Know About Pigeon Control?
If you're a commercial building owner who is tired of the mess, damage, hassle pigeons, and other pest birds are costing your business, you may be wondering what you can do to rid your property of these birds once and for all. You may be reluctant to use poison or other lethal options because of the potential negative effects on other wildlife and even local pets. Fortunately, there are a number of humane options that are safe, effective, and relatively inexpensive. [Read More]
Traps And Exclusion Are Two Effective Rodent Treatments That Keep The Pests Out Of Your House
Getting rid of rats and mice is different from getting rid of insect pests. Using poison isn't always a good idea because you don't want dead rodents stinking up your home. Using glue or snap traps may not appeal to you either if you have a fondness for animals and don't want to see an animal, even a potentially dangerous rodent, killed in an inhumane way. Not taking action on a rodent problem can have serious consequences, so you'll need to implement some form of rodent control. [Read More]