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  • Make Sure Fall Pests Aren't Your Guests

    Friday September 16, 2016

    Cooler temps are coming and so are the traditional Fall pests. Don’t let them think you have opened a nice, warm B & B just for them. They won’t insist on deluxe accommodations, they love the warmth & privacy of your walls and

  • Snake Basics

    Sunday May 26, 2013

    There are approximately 3,000 species of snakes in the world, ranging in length from four inches to a whopping thirty feet. Locally, the typical snake is about three feet long, though it’s not unusual to run into black snakes twice that long h

  • Mole Management Tips

    Wednesday May 22, 2013

    Our customers frequently ask questions about moles. What do they feed on? Why do they burrow so close to the surface of the ground, creating unsightly molehills in beautiful lawns and gardens? Should they purchase a poison, or a trap?

  • Delmarva’s Venomous Viper

    Wednesday May 08, 2013

    Visitors to the Delmarva Peninsula are often surprised to learn that it is home to copperhead snakes, having erroneously assumed that they are only found in the South. But copperheads can be found throughout Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia &m

  • Managing Moles

    Thursday June 02, 2011

    Moles, which are related to field mice and other rodents, can be surprisingly difficult to get rid of. They damage lawns, gardens, golf courses, and fields with their burrowing, and leave behind unsightly molehills. Homeowners who attempt to c

  • Copperheads Vs. Garter Snakes

    Thursday April 21, 2011

    Agkistrodon contortrix, better known as the copperhead, is a kind of pit viper that can be found in the eastern half of the United States, including the states of Delaware and Maryland. Every so often a customer (usually a visitor from an urba

  • Mouse-Proof: Keep The Rodents Out This Winter

    Monday November 23, 2009

    Of Mice and Men might have been a great American work of literature, and the two go well together in the book title, but the same doesn’t apply to our homes. In this post we’ll discuss how to take preventative action by mouse-proofing




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