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Wild Animal Safety 101: What to do When You Find a Baby Animal

From spring to late fall, animals will be giving birth in Michigan, which makes sense—when…

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A bat hangs upside down from a well-crafted wooden ceiling.

5 Tips for Bat Exclusion at the Start of Roosting Season

Bats are federally protected creatures and an important part of our ecosystem. From controlling bug…

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A groundhog pokes his head out of the well-thawed ground, disrupting an otherwise beautiful lawn.

Michigan Garden Pests in Spring: Spot These Signs

Gearing up for spring means thinking about your front yard—how you’ll care for it this…

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A rat pokes its head out of a hole in the wall.

Keep Rats Out of Your Home in Winter: Rodent Control Methods

When winter rolls around, Michigan homeowners know how lovely it is to nestle down in…

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Bees/Stinging-Insect Guide

As the weather warms up, more and more insects will start to become active. Of…

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Pesky, Invasive Birds and Spring Insects

Migrating Starlings Starlings have returned from migration and are probing and locating nesting sites. Common…

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Understanding Ground Trapping

It’s now March, which means that the sap has begun to run in the maples,…

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Use Common Scents with These Pests

Memorable and rightly feared for that particular, pungent odor (which humans can detect 3.5 miles…

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Why You Suck at Insect Control

Most people know that there are some pests that they just can’t control by themselves,…

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