Posts Tagged ‘San Antonio’


Bat Removal, Bat Control, San Antonio, Texas

Friday, May 29th, 2015

BatSanAntonioThis is the time of the year bats start migrating back to Texas from Mexico. They are attracted to homes and businesses because of the lights that fill the skies. Lights attract mosquito’s one of the favorite foods of bats. One way to keep bats from finding you’re home or business as an attractive place to call home is to keep the lights off at night.
Seal all gaps in the siding with caulking or foam. Bats can squeeze into the smallest little holes. Make sure gaps around the chimney are sealed and that you have a good cap on the chimney. Also make sure all cement gaps between the bricks is there. Bats love to nest in and around chimneys and roof lines. under shutters or behind them. In the louvers of vents on the side of a house.
All these area’s need to be checked. If you have a colony of bats living in any of these area’s you will see piles of bat droppings under where they are entering into the home or building. You will see discoloration of paint in area’s they are using. You might even see or hear them. They will most likely be having young right now and you might have to wait till the young are strong enough to fly before any bat work can be started.
If you need them removed humanly we can help. Just give us a call. we have years of experience in dealing with bat related conflicts.

Honey Bee Removal, Bee Control in San Antonio Texas

Friday, February 20th, 2015

A lot has been and is being discussed on the honey bee populations in the United States on the decline do to environmental issues, chemicals and other contributing factors. Honey bees are great for the environment and and we need them in order for our crops and flowers to be pollinated. They give us honey the only source of food that has everything in it to sustain life as we know it.  The problem is, how do we save them when the invade urban area’s and surrounding area’s? Honey Bee keepers can only save so many. Most honey bee keepers don’t want the killer bee or the Africanized Bee. So the trick in the future is what are we suppose to do with the bee swarms that land in a crowded area’s like a outside mall, car lot or shopping center. Its easy to catch the swarm and relocate it. But there are not a lot of area’s we can relocate them to in my experience. The only way to tell if its just a honey bee or a killer bee is under a microscope or by walking up to a hive can usually let you know which it is but not scientifically.

What do we do with a Mexican Honey Bee hive if its found in a school yard? What do we do with africanized bees if we happen to run across them? These are questions that we need to ask before strict laws are made to regulate how we are gonna have to deal with them. What if they colonize in a tree next to a busy shopping center? A tree that”s been around for hundreds of years.

I love bees and all that they do for us. We need to save as many as we can because we need them. They are hard workers and provide us with so much. Just some thoughts on the future of Bee Removal, Bee Control in San Antonio Texas.

 

Honey Bee Swarm

Honey Bee Swarm River Walk San Antonio

Pest Control, Exterminator, San Antonio

Pest Control, Exterminator, San Antonio

Honey Bee's take over truck

Honey Bee’s take over truck

Bee Removal, Bee Control, San Antonio

Wednesday, August 27th, 2014
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Bee Removal, Nee Control, San Antonio

Some Killer Bees we removed from under a trailer not long ago. If you have a Bee Control problem call us we can help

Pest Control San Antonio Texas

Wednesday, May 21st, 2014
Striped Bark Scorpion

Striped Bark Scorpion

Baby Raccoom

Baby Raccoon

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Pest Control San Antonio Texas

Wednesday, May 21st, 2014
Honey Bee's take over truck

Honey Bee’s take over truck

Its spring and the insects are starting to become active. If you have a pest problem call us and we can help. San Antonio and surrounding area’s. 210-430-3996

Pest Control, Exterminator needed?

Monday, March 10th, 2014
Bee Removal, Bee Control, San Antonio, Texas

Bee Removal, Bee Control, San Antonio, Texas

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