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With the resurgence of ticks every spring, there is much ado about the threat of Lyme disease. However, while there is an abundance of ticks in Colorado, no human case of Lyme disease has originated in this State. While May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month, it is, for the most part, a concern in the Northeastern region of the United States, leaving residents of Colorado free of the risk of Lyme disease.
In early spring, little brown bats begin their nursery colonies. Female bats leave their winter hibernation spots in April to form nursery colonies with other females; their young will be born in late June or July. In nature, little brown bats are great at reducing insect populations, especially for annoying and disease spreading pests like mosquitoes. But when little brown bats decide to make their nursery colony in your home or business, these pests can pose quite a problem!
Spiders in Colorado may pose a problem for you this spring. Many homeowners have already started noticing baby spiders crawling around their homes and when you manage to squish a few, there always seem to be more. As spring turns into summer, Colorado spiders will become more and more of a problem for you. Luckily, these pests are mostly just a nuisance! The common house spider is the usual suspect inside homes and although it’s not known for its bite, it sure has the ability to send people screeching! So before you spend the rest of your spring and your summer fighting with the spiders inside your home, the Loveland pest control pros at EnviroPest would like to offer a few helpful spider prevention tips.