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Seasonal Approach To Pest Management – Termites

Seasonal Approach To Pest Management – Termites

Customers frequently ask, what is the deal with these “Seasonal Protocols” and why are you doing a termite inspection in December/January? Simply put, this is the best time of the year to see your complete foundation and see some places inside the home that are...

Raptors of Arizona (Part 2) – Falcons

My father in law is retired from the Arizona National Guard. He flew for decades. He loves flying. To this very day he still flies when he gets the chance. The Guard in Tucson flies the General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon, one of the deadliest, most capable aircraft...
Holiday Thoughts and Thanks

Holiday Thoughts and Thanks

With the holidays upon us, it is time once again to take store. There is just over one week left in the year, and what a year it has been!    We saw our family grow for the first time in years, reflecting what many are saying about the economy here in Southern...
Owls in Arizona – Who’s Who among the Hooters

Owls in Arizona – Who’s Who among the Hooters

I sat down and began my research for this blog, which was originally going to be about raptor birds in Southeastern Arizona. Using the Sonoran Desert Museum as my launch point, I quickly changed my mind and decided to break them down into three distinct categories:...
Gila Monsters: Fact vs. Fiction

Gila Monsters: Fact vs. Fiction

In the 50’s they were portrayed as radioactive, gigantic, reptilian predators roaming the desert landscape, looking to fall on some unsuspecting couple who just happened to get a flat tire. Far from the Hollywood hype, gila monsters are one of the most fascinating,...
Conenose Bugs And Pack Rats – Kissing Cousins?

Conenose Bugs And Pack Rats – Kissing Cousins?

Many of us are familiar with pack rats and the havoc they can inflict on our homes, automobiles and just about anything stored. However, they have a partner in crime that is equally troublesome, but gets a lot less press. Conenose bugs, or kissing bugs, are often...