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Pest Control Liverpool, Pest Control Wirral, Pest Control Chester, Ellesmere Port, Pest Control Birkenhead, Bebington, Wallasey, Runcorn, Pest Control Warrington
MerseyPest News/Blog
late wasp queen
4/30/2013 7:41:06 PM
30th April 2013

A late wasp queen looking to make a nest. Queen wasps are noticably larger than other wasps. They normally start making their nests around mid April. They are probably late due to the cold March we had.

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pigeon birkenhead
4/29/2013 9:23:45 PM
29th April 2013

This pigeon has built its nest in this house's roof space. It lands on the boiler outlet pipe before jumping in to a gap created by a missing brick. Multiple pigeons have started to enter the roof. The customer simply wants the hole plugging, bird proofing spikes putting on to the outlet pipe and the nest removing from the roof. We will also spray the area where the nest was with Ornikil a bird specific disinfectant. Job done.

Phone Recourse Pest Control for bird control Wirral, Chester and Ellesmere Port.

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ditch burrows
4/28/2013 8:14:49 AM
28th April 2013

Baiting rat burrows is one of the best ways to get a rat to feed on bait. This picture shows two rat burrows with bait bags pushed in to them. The burrows are on an embankment on a ditch. It is an ideal place for them as the ditch drains water, the hawthorn hedge provides protection and they are able to burrow in and around the roots. In this case the burrow system is just opposite a pig pen which is the rats main food.

Phone Recourse Pest Control for rat control in Wirral, Chester, Runcorn and Ellesmere Port.
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crane fly
4/27/2013 1:51:55 PM
A crane fly resting on a shed. Crane flies can be various sizes. Some are very small whilst others are quite large. They are often known as daddy long legs. Their larvae feeds on decaying organic matter, some species have aquatic larvae. They are not a pest species.

red mason bee
4/26/2013 7:33:44 PM
A red mason bee. A type of solitary bee that is very common here in the UK. They dig tunnels in clay soil and loose masonary to lay their eggs. 

4/26/2013 7:25:27 PM
26th April 2013

Another batch of baby chicks hatched going in to the rearing shed. This farm has plenty of external rat boxes that prevent rats getting to close to new hatched chicks.

Phone Recourse Pest Control for pest control on farms in Wirral, Birkenhead, Chester and Liverpool.

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new website
4/25/2013 6:49:46 PM
Its been a few days since I last blogged. Not for lack of work or pictures, the thing keeping me from blogging is trying to straighten out the new website. Working on the computer after doing a days proper work is always unpleasant but now I've got as much in place as I need to for now so the blogging will continue. 

The old website has been great and its always done well enough but has always had the slight school project look about it. 

Anyhow over the past few weeks I've linked to the new site a few times on my Facebook blog and have re designed the old websites home page so it redirects to it so its not exactly new news but for those who haven't seen it please have a look and leave a comment if you see anything you'd improve. There are things I have still to do on it but you'll get the general picture.

I'll continue to update the old site both to keep its information current and to keep its galleries and blogs full.
spider beetle
4/20/2013 2:37:50 PM
20th April 2013

A spider beetle found in a customers house. It was actually something the customer was quite happy about. Her and her husband thought they had bedbugs. They had bagged all their bedding and pillows and had booked themselves in to a hotel for the night so the bedbug treatment could be carried out. The spider beetles are in the house due to birds nests in the roof space. The beetles eat the organic debris in the nest. They find their way in to the house through gaps around the ceiling lights. In this case the infestation was quite light. An insecticidal spray solved their problem.

Phone Recourse Pest Control for pest control in Wirral, Chester and Ellesmere Port.

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walnut whip
4/18/2013 3:34:02 PM
18th April 2013

Mouse damaged chocolates can cost shop owners a huge amount even when there is relatively few mice in the shop. In this case mice have removed just the walnuts from these Walnut Whips. The rest of the box is not allowed to be used when it becomes contaminated like this. With over 50 individual sweets in this box its quite a loss for a few nights mouse food.

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alpha cypermethrin
4/17/2013 8:44:09 AM
17th April 2013

Chemical structure of cypermethrin stereoisomers. Alphacypermethrin is one of the insecticidal sprays we use to control crawling insects.
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