Interesting Facts You Never Knew About Rodents

Rodents are a big pest that come out and cause trouble most often in the fall weather. They are looking for a place to get a free meal and also a place to nest in the cooler months. The best place is usually a house where food crumbs are in abundance, water is freely...

Pest Scavenger Hunt For Kids

Jim Fredericks, a staff entomologist at Pest World National Pest Management Association always comes up with creative adventures and explorations. Here is a great educational game for your kids this summer. An Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Scavenger Hunt for Kids...

Facts About House Flies

Did you know that house flies tend to stay within 1-2 miles of where they were born? however, they have been known to migrate up to 20 miles to find food. house flies have been known to carry over 100 different kinds of disease-causing germs, which makes them very bad...

Facts About Spiders

Here are a few interesting facts about spiders. Spiders don’t get caught in their own webs because they have self-oiling legs. A female tarantula found in South America weighed 1/3 of a pound, and had fangs 1 inch long. Black Widow spider silk was used for making the...

Facts About Ticks

Tick season is upon us . . . well, to be accurate, ticks are around even when the temperature drops and there is snow on the ground. Ticks carry diseases that effect humans and animals, most well-known of these is Lyme’s Disease. So here are a few facts about ticks:...

More Wacky Pest Facts!

Many of you have undoubtedly seen the house centipede scurrying in and out of shower and bathroom sink drains, their numerous legs making them look more menacing than they are. Centipedes are sometimes called “hundred-leggers” because of their many pairs of legs, but...