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Sparrows

House sparrow nests, composed of twigs, grass, paper, and string, are built in gutters, vents, soffits, lamp poles, on rafters, building …

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Starlings

Starlings create problems by nesting on or inside buildings and wall cavities. They utilize a multitude of roosting sites, including building …

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Pigeons

The feral pigeon adapts well to man-made environments and often is the most troublesome bird for structures. Pigeon droppings deface and …

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Fleas

Fleas are small, wingless blood-sucking ectoparasite. Adult Fleas feed only on blood of warm-blooded hosts. Fleas are the most common ectoparasite …

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Drugstore Beatle

The drugstore beetle, also known as the ” Biscuit Beetle ” is a common pest of the home and storehouse . …

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Indianmeal Moth

The Indianmeal Moth is the most common food-infesting moth found in homes, grocery stores, warehouses and distribution centers. They feed on …

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Paper Wasps

The European paper wasp is sometimes mistaken for the Yellow Jacket because its apperance is similar, but yet very different, to …

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Bumble Bee

This bee usually will nest in the ground, but they have also been known to nest in wall voids, soffits of …

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Carpenter Bee

This bee will burrow into the exposed dry wood of buildings, decks, telephone poles, fence posts and even wooden bridges.They chew …

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German Cockroach

The cockroach, regardless of species, is built for survival. The German Cockroach likes to live with us. They are found primarily …

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