This Month’s Pest Control Feature – Rodenticides

Graham Burgess provides a local pest control service, including Bees, Wasps, Mice, Rabbits, Mink, Moles, Rats, Earwigs and Birds. This month he has written a feature on Rodenticides.

Rodents
Rodents

At this time of year it is worth checking your garden or plot for signs of rats before the winter months set in. If a rat population is low then control measures can be carried out yourself using licensed baits and traps, but if an infestation is found then you will need to call in a pest controller to solve the problem, so early action is best. Continue reading “This Month’s Pest Control Feature – Rodenticides”

This Month’s Pest Feature – Flies and Fly Traps

Graham Burgess provides a local pest control service, including Bees, Wasps, Mice, Rabbits, Mink, Moles, Rats, Earwigs and Birds. This month he has written a feature on Flies and Fly traps.

House Flies and traps
House Flies and traps

A fly infestation in your home is a nuisance and a health risk. Flies can carry diseases such as Typhoid, E Coli, and Salmonella.

To make a simple fly trap take a 2 litre lemonade bottle, Continue reading “This Month’s Pest Feature – Flies and Fly Traps”

This Month’s Pest Feature – Wasps – Making Wasp Traps

Graham Burgess provides a local pest control service, including Bees, Wasps, Mice, Rabbits, Mink, Moles, Rats, Earwigs and Birds. This month he has written a feature on Wasp traps.

Wasp Trap
Wasp Trap

Wasps are starting to build up in numbers so bee keepers should start taking precautions to prevent them from robbing their hives.

To make a simple wasp trap all you need is a jam jar with a metal lid. Continue reading “This Month’s Pest Feature – Wasps – Making Wasp Traps”

This Month’s Pest Feature – The Feral Pigeon

Graham Burgess provides a local pest control service, including Bees, Wasps, Mice, Rabbits, Mink, Moles, Rats, Earwigs and Birds. This month he has written a feature on Feral Pigeons.

Feral Pigeon
The Feral Pigeon

Feral Pigeons originate from cliff nesting Rock Doves so now they look upon all types of buildings as nothing more than a fancy cliff. They require little nesting
material sometimes only a pile of droppings with just a few twigs. They will start laying in early spring and usually produce 2 eggs 4 times a season.

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