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Warmer temperatures last month brought about ants coming out from their “winter slumber”. Ants are cold-blooded insects that rely on the environment to regulate body temperature. During the winter, ants become more sluggish and their activity lags. At Independent Pest...read more
Rodents most often gain access to a home through the crawlspace, whether through compromised vent screens, inadequate crawl hatches or any number of access points. Even if they don’t actually intrude past the crawlspace into the home itself, there are...read more
With the onset of colder weather comes not only a food shortage for commensal rodents, but a quest for a warm place to stay. Rodents are not overly fond of the freezing nights or the bone chilling wet cold that we experience year after year. Unlike us,...read more
Everyone loves to feed those poor birds over the winter when outside food is scarce and the snow and frost blanket the ground. We enjoy seeing their flitting behavior coming to and from the bird feeder on the cold winter days. Yet while watching those...read more
With the undeniably cooler, wetter weather of fall, we all have a tendency to spend more time indoors keeping out of the damp chill reminding us that winter is on the way. Unfortunately, rodents feel the same way, maybe even more so based on the fact that they are...read more
A family of six mice can multiply into a family of 60 mice in three months. A single female can produce five to 10 litters annually, each litter consisting of five to six young, who are then able to reproduce within 30 days. You can learn more...read more