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Free Honey Bee Relocation

Buzzz! The winged, black-and-yellow, friends of the environment will be all the buzz very soon. Warmer weather means bees. While most of us are familiar with bubble bees and honey bees, there are many kinds of species of bees in our area. In fact, there are around 204 different species of bees native to Northwest …

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What’s Up with Wasps?

A particular yellow and black-winged insect will be making its debut soon. Warmer weather is on the horizon and picnics, baseball, fairs, and trash cans are magnets for these uninvited guests. Many mistakenly call them “bees” but these narrow-waisted and stinging insects are actually wasps. Yellowjackets, aka yellow and black stinging wasps, are rampant in …

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All About Ants

Got ants? You aren’t alone. Ants are a common household pest in Indiana. You don’t want ants to take up residence in your home. Depending on the species, ants can damage your home, contaminate your home with germs, and some bite! Although, ants have interesting qualities. Below is a list of ant facts that make …

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Ticks: A Survival Guide

Ticks are tiny, spidery vampires! These infamous arachnids must feed on blood to survive. They feed on many different kinds of animals like deer, squirrels, mice, household pets, and, yes, YOU! In the Midwest, you might have an infestation of ticks living outside your home. Ticks love wooded and grassy areas, so anywhere you have …

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5 Strange Facts about Mice

Eek! Is a mouse in your house? If you saw a mouse, you likely have an entire family of mice hiding in your walls. Perhaps you didn’t see a mouse, but you are suspicious. Uninvited mice are not Mickey and Minnie. They are peculiar creatures that you do not want under your roof (unless they …

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