Posts tagged with: savannah

Here at Northwest, we consider ourselves experts in Wildlife Control & Removal and can handle any critter problem – from squirrel invasions, rodent damage and contamination, to snake removal, raccoon trapping, and dead animal removal (just to name a few!). Every wildlife...
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Daddy Long legs or Daddy Long legs Spider? Daddy Long legs, or harvestmen, are not actually spiders.  Daddy long legs are not poisonous, have long legs and a large bulbous-looking body.  They feed on insects, which makes them helpful around...
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No-see-um’s, hop-alongs, beach fleas, biting midge, punky…these are just a few of the “cute” names that sand fleas go by!   But cute they’re not!  And they are very present in the low country area of Savannah, GA! Sand Fleas reside...
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If you’ve spent any time in Savannah, Ga in the spring or fall, you know all about sand gnats, or as locals call them….the state bird.  The sand gnat is not just the mascot for the Savannah Sand Gnats minor-league...
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Although it may not feel like springtime just yet…spring is on it’s way which means flowers blooming, birds chirping, sun shining, and of course…sneezing, itchy watery eyes, and yellow pollen everywhere.  Welcome hay fever! Common symptoms of hay fever are...
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Northwest is lucky enough to participate in the world renowned St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Savannah, GA each year.  Every year we have so much fun and we’re so lucky to be able to be part of such a great...
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HAPPY NEW YEAR…well, almost!!  It’s New Years Eve!!  It’s a time for reflection over the past year as well as excitement for the year to come.  We had some major highlights in 2012.  Below are just a few: The Grand...
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We’re all aware of the annoyance and health concerns that come along with mosquitoes. But there is a similar bug that can be just as annoying to those residents living in areas where sand is found, the sand gnat. The...
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The early spring has brought pests out in full force and we suspect that they will not be slowing down anytime soon.  Not only are bugs annoying but they’re a health concern as well. West Nile Virus, Encephalitis, dog heartworm...
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There is a whole market for people who like to do it yourself.  I am one of them.  I enjoy the occasional weekend project around the house like painting, fixing a leaky faucet, or changing out fixtures.  However, there are...
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