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The List of Venomous Animals You Need to Avoid In Tampa

Living in the Sunshine State has its perks – when they’re shoveling snow up North, we’re heading to the beach. But Tampa’s warm climate also makes it the perfect place for a whole host of venomous animals to live. Luckily, with the right animal control in Tampa, FL, you can keep these dangerous animals away from your home and keep your family safe. From snakes…

Phoenix Pest Management & Wildlife Control Now Servicing Entire Tampa Region

Phoenix Pest Management 705 Live Oak St. Suite G Tarpon Springs, FL 34689 United States 813-778-4181 http://www.phoenixpestpros.com/ Tarpon Springs, FL—It’s one of the most cliché arguments any couple, pair of roommates or family members can have while living together: who’s going to kill the spider, roach or pest that’s found its way into the house? This argument is especially present for households in Florida where…

Yellow Jackets, Wasps, and Bees

Yellow jackets and bees are common in Florida but many people don’t know which insect they’re dealing with when they encounter them. It’s important to know the difference, because their nature is different, as well as their sting. Also, having a nest of yellowjackets in your yard can present a real danger. Yellowjackets are a type of wasp that nests on the ground, so they…

What are the Costs for Animal Removal?

A small opening, loose flashing, or missing pieces of soffit can all provide access to safety and shelter in your home for many types of animals. Here in Florida that can include raccoons, squirrels, skunks, opossums, and rodents. County animal control agencies typically don’t provide any help with those types of animals. Each county is different but they usually only catch loose cats and dogs.…

Rat Extermination Will Prevent Diseases

Rat populations can grow and easily get out of control anywhere. Vacant lots that have grown up, older homes with a lot of oak trees, and restaurants are just a few places that attract rats. They aren’t just a nasty animal, they are a very serious health risk to people because of the diseases they carry and can potentially spread. New Orleans has been trapping…

When Raccoons Are More Than a Nuisance

Raccoons are awfully cute but there are reasons to not want them near your home or property. The main reasons are because they can create a bit of a mess getting into your garbage, cause damage if they get inside your home, and they carry diseases that can spread to cats and other animals. Because raccoons are a major carrier of distemper, when they’re infected…

Winter Brings Rats, Mice, and Pests Indoors

Rats, mice, and other rodents love a warm house just as much as we do. So when the weather outside starts turning cooler, they start looking for a way in. You may need to pay more attention to rat and mouse control and being sure they don’t have access to your attic, basement or crawl space, or even sheds. It’s much easier to keep them out…

Why You Should Remove a Bee or Wasp Nest

Cool, crisp fall weather is a welcome relief in Tampa Bay, but one thing homeowners may notice is more aggressiveness from wasps, hornets, and yellow jackets. When the temperatures get cooler and their dietary needs change from protein and carbs to foods with more sugar, they may become aggressive as they seek out foods like sweet sodas and ripe fruit. Wasps have a tendency to turn aggressive…

When Squirrels are Being Pests

There are four types of squirrels commonly found in Florida – the Southern Flying Squirrel, Mexican Gray Squirrel, Fox Squirrel, and the Eastern Gray Squirrel. They’re also called tree squirrels and because they typically spend most of their time in trees. It doesn’t matter which type you see around your house, all of them can become a pest that you may need to deal with. Some…

Why Nuisance Wildlife Removal May Be Needed

Nuisance wildlife removal has unfortunately become more necessary as we encroach more and more into their territory. The term nuisance wildlife is used when referring to animals who live in our area but are now encroaching into our homes or causing damage to property. Why does this happen? Obviously there will always be wild animals and we wouldn’t want a world where they didn’t exist, but what…