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Mosquitoes

Top 5 Facts You Need To Know About Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes are never far from our thoughts when the summer heat comes. They are annoying and can carry deadly diseases, making them a health threat to humans and animals alike. Though they seem like small annoyances, there are many interesting facts about these little bloodsuckers that everyone should know. Mosquitoes Can Be Found Worldwide Even…

Pesky Flies

How to Get Rid of Pesky Flies in Your Home?

You always check the screens on your windows, you always close the door after you enter your house, and you keep everything clean. Nevertheless, out of the corner of your eye, you see it: the sudden zig-zagging of a fly. House flies reproduce all year round, regardless of the season, and aren’t just a summer…

Centipedes

How to Identify and Get Rid of Centipedes?

Anyone who encounters a house centipede inside their home can be easily frightened. The bodies of these pests resemble worms, and they have several sets of long, creepy legs. The house centipede prefers to stay hidden, so if they appear in your home, it will be a surprise for both of you. But how to…

Insect Repellants

4 Myths About Insect Repellants

Considering the fact that ticks, mosquitoes, and other insect pests carry diseases, we’ve all become more aware of the effectiveness of personal insect repellents. In this article, we are going to debunk four common myths about insect repellants. You and your family can be protected from certain pests by using specific pesticides and repellents. According…

Wasp Eating Honey

4 Ways To Treat Wasp Stings

A wasp sting can be painful, yet it is a common occurrence. Yellowjackets and hornets are the most common species of wasps. Similar to wasps, there are several reasons why they may sting you. However, most wasps only sting when disturbed or irritated when you approach their nest. Because they do not lose their stinger…

Insect

How to Avoid Insect Stings and Bites When You’re Outside

It is common to get stung or bitten by an insect, and most bites and stings are only minor irritations. Some stings, however, can be painful and cause serious allergic reactions. The most common biting insects in Canada are midges, mosquitoes, fleas, bedbugs, spiders, and mites. Wasps, bees, and hornets are among the insects that…

Pests

4 Ways To Keep Pests Out of Your Summer Home or Log Cabin

Many people have summer homes or log cabins that they use for vacations. It’s a great way to get out of the city and become one with nature. It’s also a great way to bond with your family and friends and rekindle relationships. The only problem that you might have is that when you step…

Wasps

What Happens To Wasps In The Winter?

Wasps and winter do not get along. Depending on the country you live in, there could be snow or chilly winds or ice everywhere. Even pouring rains can make things hard for flying insects to lead an active life. But where do wasps go in winter? Are they snuggled into each other inside their nest,…

Wasp in Canada

What You Should Know About The Great Black Wasp in Canada

Many types of wasps are found around the western side, mainly because of the climate and the weather. There are wasps of various species, and a number of them sting and are pretty dangerous. There are solitary wasps that may not have a huge nest or may never infest your house, but they can set…

3 Ways To Keep Ants Away From Hummingbird Feeders

3 Ways To Keep Ants Away From Hummingbird Feeders

When hummingbirds are on their way to the north, all the nature fans out there start to put feeders out so these mini helicopters can feed themselves. But unfortunately, due to the feed being one of the most favourite treats for many other pests, ants, wasps, and other types of bugs make it hard for…

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