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It is an absolutely magical time to be in Colorado. Fall has arrived with all of its splendor, color, and majesty. The deep reds, oranges, and yellows have begun to show themselves, and the hills display a beauty that is second to none! The air is crisp and clear leaving the hazy, hot, humid days of summer as a distant memory; and the musky smell of autumn permeates the air. This arrival of fall signals to most of us the impending approach of winter and signifies the time to begin preparing for the long, cold months ahead. If you are observant enough, you can see that it indeed is the same sign to the insect and wildlife world too.
Wildlife around your home should always be kept wild. There are several different types of wildlife that can be a nuisance to you and your family. With the summer season here and an abundant supply of food around the neighborhood, wildlife will begin to turn up more often.
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.
If you have ever experienced a termite problem you know how destructive these insects are. Unfortunately termites are often overlooked by unsuspecting property owners and may result in extensive structural damage, not to mention costly repair bills. At EnviroPest we are understand how harmful these wood destroying insects can be. That’s why we encourage home and business & property owners in Denver and surrounding areas to learn the potential signs of termite activity as well as what to do if termites are discovered.