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Don’t Share Your Food With Roaches

There are very few things we find in our Las Vegas homes more repulsive than roaches. Just the thought of flipping on the kitchen light, and seeing them scurry off into the deepest corners of our cupboards is enough to make any of us lose it!

Want to hear something even more revolting? If you are seeing these roaches in your kitchen, you are likely sharing your food with them as well.

Just one unattended donut can be swiped by a sneaky roach whenever you’re not looking. See the drama for yourself:

While roaches, like the one above, love sugary sweet donuts; they will actually eat just about anything organic in nature. Leather? Yup! Dog doo? Gross, and yup. Blood? Yes, one of their favorites.

Cockroaches are attracted to the food and water in your home. Just like you and me, they need these things to survive. Also like you and me (some of the time), roaches are capable of spreading diseases, worms, and bacteria. If they are crawling on the food you’re ingesting, you’re that much more likely to get sick.

Don’t share your food with roaches; don’t get sick. Get professional Las Vegas roach control.

Las Vegas Roach Control

 

Like it was mentioned before, roaches are nasty business that can spread diseases and make you sick. You don’t want them in your home, and you definitely don’t want them in your kitchen sharing your food with you.

If you are seeing roaches in your Las Vegas home, it’s time to call a professional. Get Las Vegas roach control today!

Bulwark Exterminating
3932 Octagon Road
North Las Vegas, NV 89030
888-624-3683
bulwarkpestcontrol.com

K-9 Sweeps LLC: Bed Bug Control
& K9 Scent Detection
8201 Woodland Prairie Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89129
(702) 586-5179
k-9sweeps.com

Orkin
4550 Ziebart Pl # A
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(702) 597-9760
orkin.com

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April 16, 2014 at 9:00 pm Comments (0)

How To Care For Scorpion Stings

First Aid KitI recently wrote about the signs and reactions of a scorpion sting. So, let’s say you have determined you have been stung by a scorpion by demonstrating some of the common symptoms and signs.

What do you do?

First Aid For Scorpion Stings

If you have been stung by a scorpion in Las Vegas, there are a few steps that should be taken to treat the sting, and alleviate your pain. Most treatment can be done in the comfort of your home, unless you’re experiencing symptoms that are serious in nature.

With the scorpion’s venom speeding up your heart-rate, it’s critical that you remain calm after being stung. Panicking will only increase your already elevated heart rate and blood pressure.

 

  • Take off your rings, watches, and bracelets. Once stung, you will likely swell, and your jewelry can cut off circulation; not to mention be very uncomfortable.
  • Tenderly clean the scorpion sting area with soapy, lukewarm water.
  • You should never cut into the sting area and try to suck out the venom. Doing so can cause infection and make the sting worse.
  • If the bite does happen to become infected, you’ll likely need antibiotics.
  • Rotate an ice pack or cold compress, 15 minutes on then 15 minutes off, at the sting site.
  • Elevate the sting area on pillow
  • If you are prone to insect allergies, like that of a bee sting, take an anti-allergy medication like Benadryl.
  • If you are experiencing pain, take a couple Tylenol every 4 hours until the pain subsides.
  • Do not take ibuprofen or aspirin after a scorpion sting.
  • If a sting victim is young, elderly, or ill. Seek medical attention. If your symptoms are severe or long lasting, seek medical attention as well.

 

HospitalWhen Should I Go The Hospital?

Pain, swelling, burning, numbness, and discoloration are all possible reactions to being stung by a scorpion. These sensations may last for mere moments, or may last for several days.

Like with any insect/arachnid bite or sting, severe reactions can take place.

If any of the above mentioned reactions continue for an extended time (several days or longer), or if they are severe in nature, then you should go to the hospital. A licensed physician will determine the severity of the sting reaction and suggest what additional treatment may be needed, including possible scorpion antivenom. The victim may be held overnight for medical observation.

Additionally, if an infant or someone with a compromised immune system is stung, you should go to the hospital immediately as well. In these cases, it’s better to be safe than sorry.

If at all possible, and if it can be done safely, it helps if you can bring the scorpion into the hospital with you. The scorpion can be properly identified. In most Las Vegas scorpion sting cases, the likely culprit will be an Arizona Bark scorpion.

Any questions or concerns regarding scorpion stings can be directed to Poison Control at 1-800-222-1222.

scorpionLas Vegas Scorpion Control

Being stung by a scorpion is nasty business. Make sure you have taken some preventative measure to keep yourself and your family from being stung.

Get Las Vegas Scorpion Control today:

Bulwark Exterminating
3932 Octagon Road
North Las Vegas, NV 89030
(702) 255-6313
bulwarkpestcontrol.com 
 
K-9 Sweeps LLC: Bed Bug Control
& K9 Scent Detection
8201 Woodland Prairie Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89129
(702) 586-5179
k-9sweeps.com 
 
Orkin
4550 Ziebart Pl # A
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(702) 597-9760
orkin.com

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March 20, 2014 at 6:08 pm Comments (0)

Signs & Reactions Of A Scorpion Sting

scorpion on rocksImagine lying in your warm, comfy bed after a long days work when you suddenly feel something bite or sting your leg.

OUCH!!!!

You jump out of bed, frantically ripping the covers off, desperately searching for the little bugger that got you. You search and search, but cannot find the culprit. You begin to worry because you know that Las Vegas is home to the very dangerous and very common Bark Scorpion.

If you suspect you’ve been stung by a scorpion look for some of the following signs and reactions:

Signs Of A Scorpion Sting

If you believe you’ve been stung by a scorpion, look for some of the following signs:

  • Pain
  • Burning sensation
  • Numbness and tingling
  • Swelling
  • Redness
  • Edema (fluid accumulating under skin)
  • Tenderness to touch
  • Sensitive to hot or cold
  • Regional lymph node enlargement

Severe Scorpion Sting Reactions

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There is actually a huge range of reactions that can occur from a scorpion sting. Severe reactions are more likely to occur with individuals who have existing insect allergies (bee stings).

  • Mild to severe pain
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Blurred vision
  • Twitching muscles
  • Numbness in mouth or face
  • Sensation of thick tongue
  • Hyperactivity

Most of these reactions would be deemed as severe, with the exception of the mild pain. Under these conditions it would be best to seek medical assistance immediately; after a suspected scorpion sting. Although rare, scorpion stings have lead to respiratory failure, coma, organ disease or failure and even fatality.

Scorpion First Aid

First off, if you have a compromised immune system, have insect allergies, or the victim is a child or elderly person; seek medical attention as soon as possible. It’s better to be safe than sorry.

All other victims of scorpion stings can treat the ailment at home. Wash the sting area with hot soapy water, dry, and then apply Bactine. To reduce the swelling, ice the sting in increments of ten minutes. Stay calm, elevate the sting area, and take some Tylenol (not aspirin or ibuprofen).

Scorpion StingerScorpion Stings: Additional Info

While Bark Scorpion stings can be deadly, most are comparable to the sting from a bee or wasp. Deaths from a scorpion are far more common in other parts of the globe. Brazil for example has nearly 50 scorpion sting related deaths each and every year. A sting will not spread any sort of disease.

Las Vegas Scorpion Control

If you have been stung by a scorpion, you know you never want to go through it again. Prevent scorpions from entering your home and hanging out on your property with professional Las Vegas scorpion control.

Bulwark Exterminating
3932 Octagon Road
North Las Vegas, NV 89030
(702) 255-6313
bulwarkpestcontrol.com 
 
K-9 Sweeps LLC: Bed Bug Control
& K9 Scent Detection
8201 Woodland Prairie Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89129
(702) 586-5179
k-9sweeps.com 
 
Orkin
4550 Ziebart Pl # A
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(702) 597-9760
orkin.com
 

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February 19, 2014 at 11:16 pm Comment (1)

Guide To Nevada Pest Expo 2014

NPCA-Expo14Nevada’s very own Pest Expo is coming to The Orleans Hotel and Casino in vibrant Las Vegas, Nevada; January 31, 2014. The event marks a great opportunity to network with other pest management professionals, earn continuing education credits (CEUs), and catch up on all of the latest happenings in the pest control industry.

Nevada Pest Expo

 

This January 31, 2014 marks the Nevada Pest Control Association’s (NPCA) premier pest control event; the Nevada Pest Control Expo 2014!

Thousands of pest professionals from the western United States, including professionals from states like Nevada, Utah, California, and Arizona will descend on Las Vegas’ Orleans Hotel and Casino.

Participants will have the opportunity to listen to numerous pest/pest control presentations, browse or present in the expo hall, meet with suppliers and vendors about new pest control technologies and products, and network with other pest management professionals.

In addition, attendees can earn up to six continuing education credits, and will receive free breakfast and lunch buffet. Enter to win great prizes as well.

We hope to see you there… It’s the greatest show in town!

Click here to register for the Nevada Pest Control Expo 2014!

Nevada Pest Expo Classes & Presentations

 

  • “Public Health & Pest Control” by Dr. Stanton Cope
  • “Flying Insects” by Jeffrey Weir, BCE
  • “Ants of the Southwest” by Sylvia Kenmuir, BCE
  • “Nevada Laws and Regulations” by NPCA President George Botta

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The Orleans Hotel and Casino

 

The host venue for the Nevada Pest Control Expo 2014 is The Orleans Hotel and Casino. Great room rates are still available!

The Orleans Hotel & Casino
4500 W Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(702) 365-7111
orleanscasino.com

Other Nearby Las Vegas Hotel Options

 

Days Inn Las Vegas At Wild Wild West Gambling Hall
3330 W Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(800) 225-3297
daysinn.com
 
Worldmark Las Vegas-Tropicana
5275 West Tropicana Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(702) 818-1940
worldmarktheclub.com
 
Club De Soleil
5625 West Tropicana Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 507-9400
clubdesoleil.com

Recommended Nearby Las Vegas Restaurants

 

The French Market Buffet – The Orleans
4500 West Tropicana Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(702) 365-7111
 
McMullan’s Irish Pub
4650 West Tropicana Avenue #110
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(702) 247-7000
mcmullansirishpub.com
 
Sushi 21
4965 West Tropicana Avenue #102
Las Vegas, Nevada 89103
(702) 952-2500
sushi21.net

 

Author Bio:  is a pest management professional with Bulwark Exterminating in Las Vegas, Nevada. I am very much looking forward to the Nevada Pest Expo 2014.

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January 9, 2014 at 8:07 pm Comments (0)

Las Vegas Hospital Ant Attack

According to a recent Clark County court report, a patient at a Las Vegas hospital was reportedly attacked by hoards of biting ants as she lay in her hospital bed; despite the fact she had complained about the ants previously. The woman is now seeking damages.

Here’s how it all went down (allegedly):

ants insideLas Vegas Hospital Ant Attack

 

Imagine laying in your hospital bed, and suddenly being woken up by a swarm of ants, biting your face, lips, ears, neck, and the rest of your body. According to Mar’Jean Egenlon, that’s exactly what happened to her at the Healthsouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Las Vegas. Now she’s suing!

According to Clark County court reports, Egenlon first began seeing ants in her hospital bathroom, a couple days before the ant attack. She promptly brought it to the attention of the hospital staff, but nothing was done about the ants. Two days later is when the attack occurred.

Egenlon woke up the morning of July 6, 2013 at approximately 5:00 AM because of a vicious headache. As she reached up to massage her head she was shocked to feel dozens of ants crawling all over her scalp, head, face, lips, mouth, and ears. It wasn’t enough that the malicious ants were crawling all over her; they were allegedly biting her repeatedly as well.

Egenlon began screaming as loud as she could, with no urgent response from nurses. By the time the hospital staff discovered the ants, the woman was covered with boils, welts and infections on her scalp, face and body.

The victim is now seeking damages because of the incident for negligence, emotional distress and vicarious liability. She claims to need ointments and creams the rest of her life because of the attack.

No word yet on the result of the lawsuit.

antsAnts & Hospitals

 

There is no word as to the species of ant involved in the attack at the Las Vegas hospital, but the Pharaoh ant is the likely culprit. These ants are the most commonly occurring indoor ant in Las Vegas; especially in hospitals. In hospitals, Pharaoh ants cause significant damage, and are most problematic. This ant pest is drawn to the warmth of the intensive care units and operating rooms. They cause even more concern for hospitals when they access the sterile environment and promote the spread of infection; or create electrical interference. Pharaoh ants can carry pathogens like streptococcus, staphylococcus, and salmonella.

I did find one thing interesting about the contradictory to the woman’s story who was involved in the ant attack… Pharaoh ants do not sting or and usually do not bite. Just throwing it out there…

Las Vegas Ant Control

 

If you live in the Las Vegas, NV area, and are having problems with ants of any kind (including Pharaoh ants), don’t wait until you wake up one morning and find them crawling all over your body. Make the call to a Las Vegas ant control professional today!

Bulwark Exterminating
3932 Octagon Road
North Las Vegas, NV 89030
(702) 255-6313
bulwarkpestcontrol.com 
 
K-9 Sweeps LLC: Bed Bug Control
& K9 Scent Detection
8201 Woodland Prairie Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89129
(702) 586-5179
k-9sweeps.com 
 
Orkin
4550 Ziebart Pl # A
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(702) 597-9760
orkin.com
 

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December 16, 2013 at 5:09 pm Comments (0)

Bulwark Customers Say Thanks This Thanksgiving

Thankful GirlsTomorrow is Thanksgiving; a day in which all of us here in Las Vegas reflect on all of our many blessings.

All of us here at Bulwark Exterminating in Las Vegas, have so much to be thankful for this year, but what we are most grateful for is you… Our customers!

Many of you have returned this gratitude recently, by leaving us glowing reviews on online review sites like Angie’s List, Yelp, and Facebook.

Las Vegas Residents Thank Bulwark

The following reviews have recently been added to our Las Vegas Yelp page, and all thank Bulwark Pest Control technicians for their hard work, customer service, professionalism, and aptitude.

You can read all of Bulwark Exterminating’s Las Vegas Yelp reviews here.

I have been using Bulwark for over two years and have been very satisfied. Their customer service and technicians are great. If we ever have a problem between services we simply pick up the phone and they are here right away. Our current technician, Maze Tufele is great. He does an incredible job and is always there when we need him. I have tried other pest control companies and Bulwark far exceeds anyone else in the valley. The best part is they keep the pests under control and out of sight, which makes me very happy!

Tom L.
Henderson, NV
11/26/2013

Jason came out and did a great job as always. I’ve used other services before, but I would still end up with some pests now and then. I haven’t seen ONE since I started using Bulwark. They’re not the only company that guarantees their work, but I had to call my last company back out 4 times, and I still had pests. I’d rather have it done right the first time.

Martin L.
Las Vegas, NV
11/12/2013

We’ve had Bulwark exterminating since October 2013, and they have been great. We’ve had issues with scorpions at our new home and with 2 toddlers and a dog it’s very scary. I have had no problems with them coming back out on a call back and every time they send someone who is knowledgeable about their products and does an excellent job spraying our home inside and out. The past 2 times we’ve had Dallas as our tech. and he’s very polite, punctual, and understanding about our problem. We will def. be recommending them to our friends.

Sheryle P
Las Vegas, NV
11/25/2013

This company is extremely professional and our technician Dallas represents the epitome of that professionalism. Removing shoes without being asked. Explaining the work he was about to do and a general good conservationist.

They use top notch chemicals that have kept us bug and scorpion free for two years (even with vacant houses on either side) at a reasonable price. I have recommended not only the company to my friends, but also to ask for Dallas as their technician.

Ted V.
Henderson, NV
11/21/2013

Dallas was great thanks again bro. Thanks for climbing in my foam factory of an attic to rid the scorpions!! We’ll be in touch.

Joe D.
Las Vegas, NV
11/12/2013

Wesley Prierce was very friendly and made sure all areas were covered. He took care of my ant problem in my front yard.

Nancy J.
Henderson, NV
11/25/2013

Happy Thanksgiving From Bulwark

Happy Thanksgiving Dinner

All of us here at Bulwark Pest Control would like to wish each and every one of you a Happy Thanksgiving! Eat way too much food, spend time with family and friends, watch too much football, and reflect on everything you have to be thankful for this year. Oh, and continue to live pest free!

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November 27, 2013 at 8:31 pm Comments (0)

Ewww Earwigs

Earwig on stemThe first thing people should know about earwigs is that they don’t really crawl into your ear and eat your brain or lay millions of eggs or any of that stuff. It is all mythical with no scientific backing. On occasion, just like a mosquito, fly or any other bug, a lost and confused earwig may find your ear, but this is not typical earwig behavior. The scariest thing about an earwig is probably its pincers.

The earwig is a brownish-black bug with a slender, elongated shape. At the end of its abdomen, the earwig has a pair of ferocious-looking pincers. These pincers are used to defend themselves and capture prey. When threatened the earwig may curve up its rear and expose its pincers. These pincers can pinch slightly, but are typically harmless to people. The pincers also determine the gender of the bug. Females have straight pincers, while males will have them a bit more curved, with a much bigger width than those of the females.

Earwigs happen to be extremely fond of moisture and warmth. They’re commonly found in gardens, potted plants, and under welcome mats; pretty much anywhere with its basic needs of shelter, food, and warmth. Earwigs eat different plants, insects, and greasy foods. Earwigs can usually be found gathered together wherever they can find their needs. This usually can push them into homes. Earwigs are most active at night and secrete a foul-smelling, yellowish-brown liquid from their scent glands.

EarwigLas Vegas Pest Control

Las Vegas is home to a variety of pests, including earwigs (although rare). If you are seeing pests like roaches, ants, spiders, scorpions, or earwigs in or around your Las Vegas property; call a Las Vegas Exterminator!

Bulwark Exterminating
3932 Octagon Road
North Las Vegas, NV 89030
(702) 255-6313
bulwarkpestcontrol.com 
 
K-9 Sweeps LLC: Bed Bug Control
& K9 Scent Detection
8201 Woodland Prairie Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89129
(702) 586-5179
k-9sweeps.com 
 
Orkin
4550 Ziebart Pl # A
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(702) 597-9760
orkin.com
 

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November 5, 2013 at 9:21 pm Comment (1)

Understanding The Brown Recluse Infographic

Brown Recluse SpiderEEK!

SQUEEL!!

AAHHH!!!!

These are typical responses most of us have when we spot a spider inside our home. These strident emotions are more intense when the spider in question happens to be brown. If it’s brown, “It could be a Brown Recluse!”

The Brown Recluse spider has garnered much attention across the United States. This is mostly due to its venomous bite that has been shown to produce skin lesions, or necrosis.

The Brown Recluse’s bite is the bad news.

The good news is that the Brown Recluse is not commonly found in Las Vegas.

The next time you see a brown looking spider inside your Las Vegas home; keep in mind the following infographic:

Understanding The Brown Recluse Infographic

 

 Brown Recluse

Las Vegas Spider Control

 

Although the Brown Recluse spider is not commonly found in Las Vegas, there are plenty of other species of spider that do reside in Sin city. If you have the misfortune of battling Black Widow spiders, Wolf spiders, Cellar spiders, Desert Recluses, or any other type of spider for that matter; get professional spider control in Las Vegas.

Bulwark Exterminating
3932 Octagon Road
North Las Vegas, NV 89030
(702) 255-6313
bulwarkpestcontrol.com 
 
K-9 Sweeps LLC: Bed Bug Control
& K9 Scent Detection
8201 Woodland Prairie Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89129
(702) 586-5179
k-9sweeps.com 
 
Orkin
4550 Ziebart Pl # A
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(702) 597-9760
orkin.com
 
 

Thomas Ballantyne

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October 14, 2013 at 5:16 pm Comments (0)

Pest Word Search Infographic

The city of Las Vegas is home to many pests, and I’m not talking about all the smut peddlers that frequent the streets of The Strip. Scorpions, roaches, spiders, and ants are really easy to find; but have you ever tried to find them in a word search puzzle? The pest professionals at Bulwark Exterminating, who have a branch in Las Vegas, put together a fun social media piece… A pest word search puzzle.

Wanna see?

The Pest Word Search Puzzle 

 

Pest Test Puzzle

The word search puzzle that you see above, was shared on Facebook, and participants were asked to comment on the puzzle the first pest that they found. The results were quite interesting; and impressive. Some 12,500 plus participants took part.

Wanna know how the first pest you found stacked up to the other 12,500 plus participants? Well, look no further than the following infographic:

Pest Word Search Infographic 

 

Pest Word Search Puzzle Infographic

How’d You Fare On The Pest Test Puzzle?

 

After searching the pest test word search, and noting the first pest you found; then comparing it to the other participants, how’d you fare? Did you find all the pests listed, and a few non-pests? Was one of your greatest fears, i.e. scorpion or spider, one of the first pests you found?

Please feel free to comment the first pest you find below in the comments section.

Thomas Ballantyne

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September 17, 2013 at 7:41 pm Comments (0)

Massive Mosquito Swarms

Mosquito SwarmThe summer of 2013 could easily be described as the summer of the mosquito; with massive swarms surfacing throughout much of the United States. One such state that has seen the most mosquito activity, with clouds of mosquitoes swarming, happens to be Alaska. It’s so bad in Alaska, many of the local’s joke that the mosquito is the state bird.

Massive Mosquito Swarms In Alaska

Alaskan mosquitoes are infamous for not only their size, but the size of their swarms. Nobody knows this more than the scientific researchers at the Toolik Field Station; that happened to be caught in a massive swarm on Alaska’s North Slope.

From late June through the month of July, the Alaskan horizon is nothing but mosquitoes. It appears that the ground is on fire, as smoke rises up over the fields. This smoke apparition is not caused by fire, but are actually clouds of buzzing mosquitoes hovering above the ground. It’s quite a site to behold, but definitely not a time you want to be caught in shorts and tank top without any bug spray.

With So Many Mosquitoes, How Big Is The West Nile Threat?

According to scientists, the deadly West Nile Virus doesn’t pose much threat in Alaska. With two different species of Alaskan mosquitoes being vectors of West Nile, the deadly virus has not been able to take hold in higher latitudes. The resident’s of Alaska, and those looking to vacation in the beautiful state this summer, will have to deal with the massive and menacing swarms of mosquitoes, but need not lose much sleep over the probability of catching West Nile.

The main problem that these pesky mosquito swarms project, is physiological stress among residents and tourists alike. Preparing for a summer in Alaska can seem like quite the burden; from buying the right repellent, to wearing the right clothing, to not being caught in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Still, with the threat of West Nile, not only in Alaska but throughout much of North America, special precautions must be taken as to not contract the frightening virus.

Mosquito Alert SignMosquito Precautions

  • When outdoors, wear suitable attire. I know it is really alluring to want to go sleeveless, and wear short shorts during the warm and sunny summer months, but this will only expose you to the mosquito’s bite. Don’t become an easy meal. Cover up!
  • Make sure you have ample mosquito defenses. I’m talking of course about mosquito repellent that is loaded with DEET. Mosquito coils, mosquito dunks, and citronella candles and torches also help in fighting the mosquito battle.
  • Wear light-colored clothing. Mosquitoes are naturally attracted to certain colors; especially dark colors. Opt for whites, creams, and beiges when outdoors.
  • Limit outdoor activity at dusk and dawn. These hours happen to be the prime feeding time for the blood-sucking mosquito.
  • Ditch the perfumes, scented lotions, and shampoos. These happen to be mosquito attractants.
  • Eliminate free-standing water. Free-standing water on or near your property gives mosquitoes the perfect place to breed and lay their larvae.

The West Nile Virus

As mentioned before, out of the 35 different species of mosquito that are commonly found in Alaska, only two species actually pose the threat of carrying West Nile Virus.

For those of us living in the lower 48 states, including those of us in Las Vegas, NV, West Nile is much more common. So far in 2013, there have been 296 total West Nile Virus cases resulting in 11 deaths; according to the Center For Disease Control.

West Nile Virus causes illness, inflammation of the brain, or inflammation of the lining of the brain and spinal cord.

Author Bio: Heydi Ruelas is a journalism student and blogger for Bulwark Exterminating, an industry leader in providing high quality pest control service. When I’m not playing with my two gorgeous nieces, I’m jamming out to the newest One Direction song.

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August 26, 2013 at 6:00 pm Comments (0)

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