Orlando Wildlife Blog
Ticks are parasitic organisms that feed on the blood of animals and humans to survive. The pests live in the wooded areas surrounding many residential homes in Central Florida. Rats also live in these wooded areas. Put them together, and they become a destructive force that can transmit disease and cause damage to any home […]Read More..
Like any living creature, rodents require warmth and shelter during the cold winter months. Thatâ€™s why rodent infestations increase during the winter as the nuisance critters attempt to get into homes to avoid the elements. While the spirit of the winter season can inspire a sense of welcoming generosity, rodents are not the type of […]Read More..
When winter hits, temperatures will begin to drop. As things get chillier outdoors, homeowners will, understandably, start spending more time indoors to escape the cold. However, they are seldom alone as rodent and pest infestations increase during the winter season. Instead of letting rodents create an issue for you and your family this winter, understand […]Read More..
Of the 1,300 species of bats living around the world, there are 13 that are native to Florida. They are all insectivorous, feeding on thousands of insects each night. Some of the bat species form colonies, while others roost alone. Keep reading to learn more about these fascinating and beneficial creatures. 13 Native Florida Bat […]Read More..
When hurricane season is in full swing, many Central Floridians prepare for the next round of storms by stocking up on bottled water and batteries and safeguarding their home. However, there are some extra home maintenance preparations that will not only keep you protected inside but also keep unwanted pests outside. Because when the next […]Read More..