The trouble with ticks.

  • April 11, 2019

Let’s start at the beginning, what is a tick? Ticks are classified under the umbrella category of Arachnida, also encompassing spiders. Ticks have been on the earth for nearly 90 million years and require blood to live and reproduce. Interestingly enough,…

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Moles- a life underground.

  • April 5, 2019

Don’t make a mountain out of a molehill! Moles are typically small and love to burrow. When they dig their tunnels, the dirt from the digging creates a molehill near the opening of the tunnel. See a molehill? Then a…

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Mother Nature is expecting.

  • March 20, 2019

It has been a long winter for all of us, wildlife included. Now that spring is here, so is a new batch of newborn wildlife babies. We have experienced an increase of calls for wildlife in attics and around the…

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Who is in your house?

  • March 14, 2019

You need a pest control professional in the Albany, NY area. Late one night, just around 11:00 pm, you hear a scratching sound above your head. You are unsure if it is mice, squirrels, or raccoons. You decide to call…

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Don’t dismiss termites!

  • February 27, 2019

Termites have been chewing through wood and structures made from wood for literally millions of years. There is no telling the amount of property damage they have caused over the centuries. They are extremely tenacious and can remain, unseen, even…

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Carpenter Ants Part II: Swarmers!

  • February 20, 2019

What’s that on my window? Flying carpenter ants! These winged relatives of carpenter ants are larger and more mobile than the regular carpenter ant. When is carpenter ant swarmer season? Carpenter ants come alive in early spring, sometime in March…

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Carpenter ants and the dangers they present.

  • February 14, 2019

Carpenter ants are destructive and dangerous to your home or commercial structures. They got their name because they build tunnels by drilling through the wood creating a place for their nests. Often times, people see these ants outside, or even…

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