Exploring Bee Removal Methods

Trapping A Cat For Trap-Neuter-Return: Dos And Don'ts For Beginners

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Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is a common procedure used to control feral cat populations. Specifically, TNR refers to the process of trapping a feral cat, having it neutered or spayed, and returning it to its original location. Cats that have been through the steps of TNR are ear-tipped so that community residents know the cat has already been neutered and should therefore be left alone. If you’re looking to trap a neighborhood feral cat for TNR purposes, there are a few things you should know before you get started.…

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How Can You Humanely Relocate A Bee Hive?

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If you’ve recently noticed an unwanted swarm of bees on your property, but are concerned with recent reports of declining bee populations, you may be wondering about the most humane way to remove bees from your land without harming the hive. Fortunately, there are now a number of pest control experts (as well as apiarists) who can assist you with your bee problem. Read on to learn about how bees can be humanely and harmlessly relocated, as well as how you can find someone in your area to provide this service.…

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Signs Of A Possible Termite Infestation

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To make sure that you are calling for an exterminator before it is too late, you need to know the signs that could indicate that you have a termite infestation. Take a moment to review the following signs so that you are not wasting any time when it comes to getting rid of those destructive pests. Visible Mud Tunnels Termites have a habit of building mud tunnels on the surface of your foundation walls or on the beams of your house, such as in the basement.…

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