Posts tagged with: exclusion

The Proper Steps to Getting Rodents Out of Your Home If you’ve read this blog before then you know that prevention is key.  Whether talking about ants, termites, mice, or other pests and rodents, prevention is always the first step. ...
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According to a recent article by the Wall Street Journal, wildlife damage to crops, landscaping and infrastructure now exceeds $28 billion a year.  The article addresses the benefits to the increase in wildlife but also the damage they can cause...
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Did you know that the Norway rat is the largest commensal (def’n: living with, on, or in another, without injury to either) rodent in the US? Norway rats enter homes in the fall when food sources outside of a structure...
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Out of the 20 known species of armadillo, only the nine-banded armadillo has strayed out of Latin America. During the 1880s, the animal appeared in Texas and has been pioneering into new dwellings ever since. Lately, the nine-banded armadillo has...
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