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Warning: Smelly Bugs Invading

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As certain as the hot summer months arrive throughout the US, so too do the bugs. They enter our homes looking for shelter from the elements. During these home invasions, many homeowners will likely see a familiar pest… The invasive brown marmorated stink bug! The invasive brown marmorated stinkbug has been a serious pest problem… Read More

Africanized Bees Still a Problem

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  News recently broke about a Pflugerville, Texas man that is in stable condition after being stung more than 300 times by a colony of Africanized Bees. The 40-year-old warehouse worker was trying to move a cabinet when he disturbed a massive colony containing some 125,000 bees. It is unknown how the man escaped the… Read More

How to Prevent Bed Bugs When Traveling

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Bed bugs are infamously difficult to remove once they infest a location. Nocturnal, fast and only measuring about the size of an apple seed, bed bugs have the ability to multiply rapidly. What makes the eradication process even more difficult is that bed bugs are able to survive without food for a whole year. It’s… Read More

The Impact Of Fire Ants

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Since their arrival in the late to the United States in 1930’s, homeowners have been battling the Red Imported Fire ant. In terms of human health, property damage, and environmental damage; very few insects can hold a candle to the Fire Ant. Quite frankly, the Red Imported Fire ant just might be the worst pest… Read More

Concerns Over Aerial Spraying For Mosquitoes

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View image | gettyimages.com Much of the United States has been under attack by mosquitoes, and experts believe the mosquito problem is going to get worse. These mosquito attacks have many people worried because of the possibility of a West Nile Virus infection. CNN reports, this year’s West Nile Virus outbreak is the largest the… Read More

March Madness Bug Style

It’s that time of year again… The nation has succumbed to March Madness fever. With the NCAA basketball tournament underway this week, millions of us across the globe have carefully filled out our brackets; penciling in our alma-matters to the final four, confident who the next Cinderella team is going to be. In fact, March… Read More

Austin Bats In Danger?

Every year some 100,000 plus people visit Austin’s Congress Avenue Bridge to witness one of nature’s marvels. During summer evenings, upwards of 1.5 million bats emerge from the crevices of the bridge, almost like a black cloud, to feed on millions of insects. It’s a spectacular site that generates $10 Million in tourism revenue each… Read More

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