Summit Wildlife Removal Blogs

Animal and Pest-Related Phobias
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You’ve probably heard of arachnophobia, the fear of spiders and the most common fear in the United States. People have phobias of a lot of different animals and insects but some of the most common fears are the fear of spiders, snakes and other insects.

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Albinism and Melanism in Wildlife
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Albinism is a rare genetic condition that affects the level of melanin or what pigments hair, skin and eyes in mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish. This is a mutation that is passed from parent to offspring

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The Buzz on Carpenter Bees
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In the spring and summer, carpenter bees can be quite a nuisance, but can also cause damage to your property. Have you ever seen a carpenter bee on your deck or shed?

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Snake Sightings in the Summer
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In the summer, snakes tend to be more active in comparison to other months. As the summer winds down however, snakes will become less active when they enter brumation. Brumation starts in September to December and ends March or April.

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Common Myths About Wildlife Debunked
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Have you ever been told something about an animal and it seemed too absurd to be true? It might have actually been a myth. There are so many myths about nuisance wildlife myths and in this blog we will debunk some of the most common myths about wildlife.

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Common Myths About Pests Debunked
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Have you ever heard something about pests that sound too strange to be true? Well it might actually be a myth. Check out this article to learn more about some common myths about household pests.

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Bed Bug Treatments
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So you have bed bugs? There are some steps you need to take in order to prepare your home for bed bug treatments. Summit Pest Control has come up with a bed bug pre-treatment checklist.

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How to Prepare for an Inspection
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Inspections are necessary for our technicians to understand the situation and be able to come up with an appropriate solution.

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Chimney Swifts
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Chimney swifts are birds known to roost or nest in chimneys. These bird species will also nest in caves and hollowed out trees. Chimney swifts spend most of their life in flight with constant wingbeats, while taking their baths, hunting and sleeping.

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Rat Birth Control
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It is important to have an effective means of controlling their population especially in large cities where rats tend to be an issue. In addition to controlling populations in cities, you will need to control rats in residential and commercial areas.

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How do Birds Fly?
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It is interesting to think that we have built airplanes capable of flying all over the world and even sent rockets into space and we just now are beginning to understand how birds fly.

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How do Birds Migrate?
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Migration is an integral part of a bird’s life. Migratory bird species fly south for the winter where the weather is warmer. Because bird species don’t hibernate, with the exception of one species, birds adapt to the cold weather by flying south.

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