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Artic Pest Control Additional Information

Artic Pest Control also offers different types of services, check which one you may need.

Fire Ant Control Service
Service includes inspection on the outside of the property, destroy all Fire Ants Nest and apply granular bait to maintain the property free of fire ants for one year.

Fire Ants

Rodent Control
This Service consist of an inspection of the property, inside and outside to determine where on the property they are gaining access, and depending on the area we will install traps or rodent boxes and we will perform follow up visit until the problem is solved.

Some exclusion work may have to be perform to prevent more problems in the future.

Rodent Traps

Ticks and Fleas Control
This service consist of treating the property on the inside and outside with highly products to eliminate all ticks and fleas. Due to the natural biological cycle on this pest , 2 or 3 treatments may be needed to gain full control.

Pets need to be treated the same day of this service for better results.

Fleas and Ticks




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Artic Pest Control News

Coping With Snakes

by M. Cerato and W.F. Andelt1 (5/06)
Snakes possess the following reptilian characteristics: they have scales; are ectothermic (they rely on external sources to control their body temperature); and, like most reptiles, lay eggs. Rattlesnakes, however, give birth in the autumn to five to 12 live young, each 10 inches or more in length (Klauber 1982). Contrary to its reputation of being slimy, snake skin is actually smooth and dry and will often be shed more than once each year to accommodate the growing body.

U.S. May Remove Humpbacks From List of Endangered Species

September 29, 2009 07:26 AM - R. Greenway, ENN
The U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service may remove the humpback whale from its list of endangered species, citing evidence that the species has rebounded from near extinction. Since an international ban on their whaling in 1966, populations of the north Pacific humpback have increased about 4.7 percent each year, researchers say. An estimated 18,000 to 20,000 humpbacks now exist in the north Pacific.