Pest News

Storms will drive pests into homes says PelGar

BPCA member PelGar says that the back-to-back battering of the UK by storm fronts and widespread flooding is likely to drive pests into human areas. The storms will also have negative effects on other non-pest species of British wildlife, PelGar says it is safe to...

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What’s ticking off your dog?

Dee Ward-Thompson investigates a type of tick you might not have come across yet but is slowly becoming more prevalent in the UK. At the end of last year, I went along to the Level 2 Award in Pest Management – General Pest Control training course in Staffordshire as...

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Wild goose walk up Wardlaw

Take a wander up Wardlaw for a gander! WWT Caerlaverock staff are joining SNH to lead a walk up Wardlaw Hill to see the dusk flight of the pink-footed geese and barnacle geese. Meeting place is Caerlaverock Castle car park. Due to the terrain involved, this event is...

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Progress for Pollinators hailed.

Considerable progress was made to help bees, butterflies and other pollinators thrive across Scotland in 2019, a new report shows. Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has published details of work being carried out by the organisation and more than 30 partners towards...

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Need a Fly Killer??

  With it's stainless steel body and aluminium front, the Mercury is a great option for front or rear housing installs. Featuring a unique side access glueboard and easily accessible tubes, this machine is by far the quickest to service. • Durable stainless steel...

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PestAware: Tips for attracting red squirrels

  Red squirrels are native to the UK but, sadly, their numbers have been in decline since the early 20th century. Here, Millbry Hill's Kathryn Eccles gives her top tips for encouraging more red squirrels into your garden.   It's now estimated that there are...

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