Monthly Archives: August 2013

Bats In The Attic: Don’t Let Them Hang Around

Thanks primarily to years of scary and/or gross stories and pictures of bats, many people misunderstand the flying critters. These creatures serve an important world purpose. Small bats eat up to 1,000 mosquito-sized insects an hour (bigger and/or pregnant bats … Continue reading

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BugMaster Beats Fire Ants on the Football Field

It is that time of year again, a favorite Southern past time we can all enjoy, Football Season! Whether you are playing on the fields or rooting your loved ones on, you don’t want to be bothered by fire ants. … Continue reading

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Bed Bugs at College: Outsmart the Pests

When your child moves into a dorm for his freshman (or any) year, it is really exciting- new school, new friends, living away from parents- all those good life experiences. But amongst all the excitement can be anywhere from a … Continue reading

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Bugs on Your Phone: The Latest Bug Apps

If you search “insects” on your smartphone, you will find a lot of useful and strange bug apps. Some apps help you to identify insects, and others supposedly keep mosquitoes away by simply turning on the app on your phone… … Continue reading

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