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Aug 2016

Which Spiders Are Actually Dangerous?

The moment you see an eight-legged creeper sneak up beside you or scurry out from under your furniture, it’s an instant adrenaline burst, even if you’re not terrified of spiders. Just the surprise of a spider tickling your arm or running out of a corner you’re cleaning, is a little unnerving. They like to hide and if they are found, the mere fact that some...

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Aug 2016

Are There Any Good Bugs To Have Around?

If you have entomophobia, you are afraid of all insects and never want to see any kind of creeping thing coming your way. It may seem logical to remove all living insects and spiders from your garden and house, but sometimes that can do more harm than good. There are actually good insects and keeping them around is a huge benefit to the health of...

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Jul 2016

Homeowners Beware: Carpenter & Fire Ants

As a homeowner, there are many things you need to concern yourself with in order to protect your investment. One of the ways to protect your home is through routine pest control inspections. Pests are one of the quickest ways homes become damaged right under your nose. You may have no idea that just behind your walls, a whole army of carpenter ants are reducing...

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Jul 2016

Camping with Crazy Insects

If you are like many southern Californians, when summer hits you are itching to get outside and start camping. There are thousands of great places to set up camp, but being outside means sharing your space with insects. Bull’s Eye Pest Control wants to you to be aware of which insects want to make your trip miserable. Freaky Fire Ants: These nasty red ants invaded...

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11

Jul 2016

What’s in the Water?

Whether you have a stream running through your California backyard or a pond, you might wonder what type of bugs you would find living beneath the surface. Have you ever wondered if any of them pose a threat to you or your family? Bull’s Eye Pest Control wants you to know what is living under the glassy surface of your favorite water feature. Here are...

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05

Jul 2016

Triple Trouble in California

Spiders are naturally scary. When you take a look at them, with their eight spindly legs, swollen abdomen, you might feel a bit of fear. Knowing that they can bite you with those needle sharp fangs is another thing that adds to the notoriety of spiders. Despite all of their eerie characteristics, most of the spiders you find around your home are not dangerous. If...

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27

Jun 2016

When Ticks Attack

You know that bugs can be disturbing, if their mission is to bite you and drink your blood they become much more than disturbing. You can find ticks throughout America. Here in California we have several species which will gladly bite humans including; the American Dog Tick, the Brown Dog Tick, and the Western Blacklegged tick. If you are bit by a tick, biggest problem...

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Jun 2016

Beneficial Insects in Your Garden

After you’ve spent countless hours slaving in your garden, coaxing those tiny plants to thrive and keeping those evil weeds out, finding insects amongst your plants might put you on the defense. The last thing you want after pouring all that TLC into your garden is for a hungry insect to devour all that work. Hold on though, before you reach for the insecticide, some...

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Jun 2016

Fathers that turn the table on Mother Nature

When you think of Mother Nature, you can easily realize that she doesn’t always produce the best fathers. If Mother Nature put on a Father’s Day celebration it would look more like a dead beat dad counseling session. Take the grizzly bear for instance. Male grizzly bears are opportunistic feeders. They will eat anything from grass to dead fish and that includes grizzly cubs. There...

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Jun 2016

The Basics of Beekeeping

Perhaps you have thought about owning bees. The idea of going out into your yard dressed as a beekeeper to collect sweet golden honey has its appeal. Honey, if stored correctly, can have a shelf life that will last for centuries. Backyard beekeeping is becoming more and more popular. Before you jump in, here is a little bit of information that you might want to...

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