How Do Animals Survive the Extreme Temperatures During the Winter Months?

The temperatures have started to plummet. Humans are moving indoors in order to escape the harsh environmental conditions. Ice is starting to form and the season’s first snow has fallen. We are all pulling out our thick socks, boots, and winter coats to ensure that we are capable of staying as warm as possible, but… Read More…

How to Wildlife-Proof Your Property

Raccoon In Trash Can

Wild animals that live near or around your property have the capability of becoming a nuisance. In most instances, these creatures will not threaten your health or impact your safety; however, in some cases, they may find their way onto your property or home and cause a certain degree of mischief, chaos, and/or damage. This… Read More…

3 Amazing Ways Animals Stay Warm When It Gets Cold

Deer In Winter Snow

Now that colder temperatures abound, people everywhere are pulling out their winter clothes, brewing up warm beverages, getting blankets ready, and cranking up the heaters. As humans, we have a vast array of modern inventions and techniques that we utilize to survive to survive the harshest of environmental conditions – including sub-zero temperatures. But how… Read More…

The Creepy, The Crawly, and The Cute – Our Top 5 Favorite Creatures Associated with Halloween

Black Cat Halloween

Halloween is a fun, exciting, and mysterious holiday. While most enjoy the costumes, tricks, and treats that abound as a result of the holiday, it is often the intrigue associated with the beliefs and superstitions associated with Halloween that really draws us in. It is a day that has been traced back to the rituals… Read More…

Bird Droppings Considered to Be Highly Hazardous to Your Health

Bird Droppings

While bird droppings are actually nutrient-rich, they also contain disease-carrying organisms that may prove to be hazardous to the health of humans. According to recent studies, birds have the ability to carry up to about 60 different transmittable diseases. While often underreported, scientists, doctors, and other specialists have confirmed that bird feces may endanger our… Read More…

How Did Bats Get Associated with Halloween?

Now that the autumn is upon us, Halloween is just around the corner and pretty soon we’ll be decorating our homes for this festive season. Many images abound when we think of this sensational, exciting, and spooky holiday. The most common being carefully crafted jack-o-lanterns, witches riding the winds of the season on their broomsticks,… Read More…

The Arrival of Fall Results in Higher Levels of Activity and Aggression Among Snakes

Snake In Fall Leaves

The breezes are brisk, the temperatures are dropping, the leaves are changing – this could mean only one thing; that is, that the fall season is upon us. When the weather turns mild, people often find themselves outdoors more often. Cookouts, early morning fishing trips, outdoor tidying for the upcoming colder months, gathering around the… Read More…

Coyote Encounters: How to Protect Your Dog from an Attack

Coyote In A Neighborhood

It is a known fact that the natural habitats and the sought-out food sources of coyotes are rapidly shrinking. As a result, these wild animals are now finding their way into our neighborhoods and our own yards. The areas we humans inhabit are considered ideal resources for coyotes that find themselves struggling for survival. The… Read More…

The Dangers of Rabies: 5 Things You Need to Know

Dangers Of Rabies

Rabies is a viral disease that has the potential to be transmitted to humans from animals. It can also be transmitted from one animal to another. In most instances, transmission occurs as a direct result of a bite, however, it may also be transmitted through scratches, cuts, and other openings on the skin as a… Read More…

Why You Shouldn’t Remove Wildlife Yourself

Why You Shouldn’t Remove Wildlife Yourself

In the states of South Carolina and North Carolina, communities and rural home developments are resulting in many residences being placed in the midst of natural wildlife habitats. It is not at all uncommon for bears, foxes, beavers, deer, groundhogs, a variety of birds, snakes, alligators, and other forms of wildlife to find their way… Read More…

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