Blog: wildlife

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Are Mice Hiding in Your Home

We are still waiting for cooler temperatures but once they arrive, you might get some unwelcome houseguests.

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Danger of Trapping Rats On Your Own

Not only can rats spread disease and aggravate your pets, but they can also chew on electrical cables and wreak other havoc on your home.



It’s Rodent Awareness Week! The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) estimated 45% of rodent issues occur in the fall and winter.


Warning Signs of Rodents This Fall and Winter

As the weather gets cooler, rodents like mice and rats look for warmth inside of homes.

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5 Mouse Myths

Popular culture has formed the image that mice are sneaky, clever rodents that love to eat cheese and trick house cats.

Ticked Off About Ticks

I…I don’t like ticks.

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Winter Worries: Opossums

This winter don’t fret over wildlife creatures, such as opossums, getting into your warm and cozy home – just trust Terminix! As your local wildlife experts, we know exactly how to protect your home from wildlife in the winter months.

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Winter Worries: Keeping Squirrels Out!

With winter settling in and outdoor conditions getting even more cold and dreary, humans aren’t the only ones looking for some shelter in a warm place.

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Beatrice the Little Brown Bat

We have a storage room where we keep our pool supplies, floats, yard tools, and fishing gear.