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Tag: Stuart Aust

The Scary-Looking Turkey Vulture is Coming to a Town Near You

October 17, 2014 By
If you haven’t seen a turkey vulture yet, brace yourself. They’re on their way to your town. They’ve been spotted from southern Canada to the southern tip of South America. Globally, there are more than 4.5 million turkey vultures, and... Read more»
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Bird Control: Woodpeckers

September 17, 2014 By
Consider the biology, behavior and management of this protected species.  Years ago, when my wife and I first moved into our home, I was awakened one morning by a woodpecker “working” on our house. Once I figured out what was... Read more»
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Mediterranean paper wasps often congregate around food factories and shops.

Sting Operation: Tips for controlling stinging pests

July 11, 2014 By and
Twelve tips to control, exclude and cash in on stinging insect pests for clients. Most national pest management companies provide stinging insect pest management services throughout the U.S. Some areas of the country — where temperatures typically stay above 50... Read more»
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2013 Termite Management Supplement: Have you abandoned your first love?

February 1, 2013 By and
Remember when your staff counted the days and braced themselves before the termite season hit? Remember when the phone rang off the hook with panicked customers frantically shrieking something about thousands of huge black insects flinging their wings and seizing... Read more»
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