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Norway Rat

The Norway Rat originated in the plains of Asia. The name ” Norway ” rat is thought to be based on where this rat was classified with the prepared study specimens later being sent from Norway. This Rat is also called the Brown Rat, Sewer Rat, Barn Rat, Wharf Rat, Water Rat, and Grey Rat. The Norway Rat is a relatively large Rat although many exaggerations are made by the public and press about its …

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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 ledges, and almost any other conceivable elevated sheltered spot. They also will nest in walls of many structures. Sparrows also can have chicken mites in their nests which can infest buildings. These birds can be eliminated with exclusion work and exclusion products. Baiting can be performed as a last resort.

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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 ledges, lighted signs, marquees, billboard bracing, hollow lamp posts, and soffits, as well as dryer and stove vents. They are very loud at roosting time and leave nothing but filth. These birds also can have chicken mites in their nests which can infest the home or building they are nesting in. These birds can …

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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 accelerate deterioration of buildings, statues, equipment and foul areas where people may walk, work or play. The serious and constant public health problems they create are unmatched by any other bird species. Exclusion work can be done for these birds and exclusion products applied. Trapping and Baiting are other forms of elimination.

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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 found on cats, dogs, and turn up as household pests. Under ideal conditions the Flea can complete its life cycle in as little as two weeks.

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Drugstore Beatle

The drugstore beetle, also known as the ” Biscuit Beetle ” is a common pest of the home and storehouse . It feeds on bread, flour, breakfest foods, spices, pet foods, and wheat.

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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 grain and grain products, dried fruits, seeds, graham crackers, nuts, powdered milk, chocolate, candies, etc…, even bird seed and dog food.

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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 the trained professional. They make visiable nest in all areas of structures, fences, eves and overhangs.

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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 attics and firewood piles.

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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 a almost perfect 1/2-inch hole that can extend upto a 12-inch gallery.

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