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 eachRead More

The Most Loved Bugs

For many of us, the term “most loved bugs” seems like an oxymoron. While many bugs do have some redeeming qualities; most of us wouldn’t say we love bugs like blood sucking bedbugs, stinging wasps, biting ants, destructive termites, or disease carrying cockroaches. Still, despite the bad reputations of some bugs, there are actually severalRead More

2014 Bedbugs In Review

A few years back, all we heard about was the bedbug epidemic. Bedbugs were infesting, and infesting in record numbers… At least that’s what the media was reporting. This past year, it was a little quieter on the bedbug front. Does that mean that bedbugs were less of a problem in 2014? The truth is,Read More