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CROW KILL Researchers for the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority found over 200 dead crows near greater Boston recently, and there was concern that they may have died from Avian Flu. A Bird Pathologist examined the remains of all the crows, and, to everyone's relief, confirmed the problem...

Bats are the only true flying mammals, which have thin membranes that extend from the elongated forearm and fingers to the body’s hind limb. Their body is furry and their eyes are small with limited vision. They navigate by means of a sonar-like echolocation system,...

  Nicolas DELAUNAYSeptember 26, 2013 3:32 AM . Rotterdam (Netherlands) (AFP) - The latest species to join Dutch police is hard at work behind the blacked-out windows of a building in Rotterdam: rats learning to sniff out crime and a new forensic future. Derrick, Thomson and...

This time of the year, nests of stinging insects are angry. They are ready to attack and defend their nest. Buying a can of spray to try to treat these nests is both dangerous and usually unsuccessful. See the two examples of nests found within...

A great big thanks to our technician Steve Antoni and his wife Erin for sharing this photo of their son Gavin. How many likes can we get for this cutie?...

I just wanted to do a shoutout to our fabulous Turf and Pest Technicians. They have been awesome working in this heat. Thank you so much for providing our valued customers premiere customer service in this scorching heat. Stay cool and be safe!  ...

Allegany mound ants, Formica exsectoides, build large conspicuous nests in open fields and in open areas in woodlots and forests. Their large mounds are constructed of soil brought up from excavated galleries below the nest.  Large colonies may include over 250,000 workers and over a...