Living in the desert is no joke! Only the hardiest of bugs, critters, and creatures can make it through the harsh summer temperatures, low water levels, and quickly changing seasons. Any bug that can stay alive outside is probably one you don’t want to run into! As the Henderson area continues to be developed, more […]
You may notice you’re sharing the great outdoors with more critters in the summer months. Bugs enjoy the warmer temperatures just as much as people do! Most insects are cold-blooded. This means they spend the winter months in a semi-state of hibernation. Once the ground has defrosted and the sun heats everything back up, these
You’ve probably heard the legend of how earwigs got their name. The small, flat bug is rumored to burrow deep within people’s ears. There they supposedly lay eggs on human brains, eventually hatching to spill out the ears and consume zombie-like levels of brain matter. If that sounds too scary to be true… It is.
Bed bugs are bad news. Like many unwelcome pests, bed bugs are good at moving in and bad at moving out. Getting rid of a bed bug infestation is easiest when the visitors are still relatively new; give them time to breed and you’ll find it’s a lot harder to kick them out. Spotting bed
Pew! Stink Bugs really do stink! They produce a smelly chemical in their stomachs and emit the stench when they feel threatened. It’s a great defense mechanism because they can actually spray the chemical up to several inches. Mating for these bugs begin in early spring. Stink bugs are more common in June & July,