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Here Come the Bees
Here Come the Bees

Here Come the Bees Spring is here, and Honey Bees may be too. Frequently we hear about stories of stinging insects during spring and summer, there's nothing to worry about—unlike yellowjackets (which also nest in the ground, but only in the FALL, never in the Spring)...

With Rain Comes Weeds
With Rain Comes Weeds

With Rain Comes Weeds Spring in the Sonoran desert is a beautiful thing, especially after a winter that brought the occasional soaking rain storm. Wildflowers are blooming, birds are everywhere, gardens are beautiful. Except for the weeds. Yes, the rain...

Prepare Your Home for Scorpion Hibernation
Prepare Your Home for Scorpion Hibernation

Scorpion Hibernation – They Move Into Your Home Scorpions are one of the oldest known terrestrial pests.  Unfortunately for us, Scorpions are more common in the desert Southwest region of the United States. Most Scorpions are nocturnal, meaning they are active at...

Winter Pests in Arziona
Winter Pests in Arziona

Winter Pests In Arizona Winter is here and for many Phoenix residents, there is an assumption that with the weather being cold there is no need to worry about insects or pests. To the contrary, there is substantial proof that keeping up with your home or business and...

Bed Bugs – The Most Annoying Pest
Bed Bugs – The Most Annoying Pest

Bed Bugs – The Most Annoying Pest A lot of traveling is going on around the holidays. People are taking their vacations or making their return journeys. But one thing you should keep in mind before heading anywhere: beware of bed bugs! In 2017, Phoenix was listed as...