No matter how small a fly may look, the level of damage it could create for your health is worrisome. Flies are dangerous as they are the vector of many dreadful diseases. They could breed anywhere easily which is the reason why they are so prevalent. Once they infest...
It may be exciting to see deer in your garden for the first time but your joy will be short-lived when the deer are through with your garden. Deer are capable of causing a lot of damage to your garden due to their destructive habits. Another danger that deer...
10 Preventative Steps to Save Your Home and Garden from Termites According to the National Pest Management Association, termites alone cause $5 billion worth of damage to homes and offices in the United States every year. To prevent a termite infestation, it is important to understand how termites get into your...
Ever since the late 1990’s, bees have been disappearing at alarming rates, but you probably knew that. It’s all over the news! But did you know, bees are responsible for one out of every three bites of food, and without them we won’t last long; Albert Einstein predicted that...
When setting up a fish tank one of the key considerations is all of the systems to help keep the tank clean and the water quality at a premium level to keep the fish happy and healthy. There are many systems available. From filtration systems to choosing fish and other...
People usually confuse sand fleas bites with that of other insects because their bites are usually similar to those of other insects. Sand flea bites can be quite painful and people who have been bitten by them will shiver at the mention of these tiny animals. Leaving sand flea...
As bee populations across the world face an uncertain future, more and more home gardeners are wondering what they can do to help out their local pollinators. Let’s be honest: not everyone has the means, equipment, or temperament to become backyard beekeepers. However, creating and maintaining a bee-friendly garden...
Wild animals used to live in areas outside the city. Unfortunately, these animals are slowly making its way in the cities. In fact, 57 percent of residents living in the biggest metropolitan areas in America admitted having wild animal problems, which also includes squirrels. Naturally, these residents will do...
Spring is Coming, and So Are The Bugs! The beginning of spring is the most enchanting time of the year. Days become longer while warm breeze fills the air with lovely scents. Awakening nature brings new energy and optimism to all of its children and inspires us to welcome this...
Every winter when the temperature starts to drop we have to make sure our houses are ready for it. That means protection from not only the cold wind and snow, but also from all the critters and pests that seek shelter from the season. There are a few simple...