Keeping Pets Safe In Cooler Weather

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Colder temperatures usually mean a drop in the mosquito population. If you’re in a cooler climate and are mosquito-free, that’s fantastic! Just remember, they may not be gone, but instead just hiding out until Spring. Eggs laid in Fall can survive the winter, and some species of adult mosquitoes can hibernate until temps begin to rise.

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Prepare Your Yard For Next Spring

Preparing Now Can Reduce Mosquitoes Later

Autumn is here and so are cooler temperatures. The grill is covered, and snacks for football season are now on the menu. The abandoned playset out back means the kids are back to school. Autumn means the end of summer … however it does not mean the end of mosquito season!

Mosquitoes are still lurking and breeding in your yard, which is why prevention during the cooler months is so important. Female mosquitoes are still actively looking for places to lay their eggs, and just a tiny amount of standing water – about a tablespoon! – is all they need. We can help you identify those potential problem areas such as landscaping décor, planters, bird baths, clogged gutters, and more. 

Eliminating breeding grounds and getting rid of the adult mosquitoes before cold weather sets in is the best way to have a more pleasant outdoor experience in early Spring. 

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The Buzz About…BEES!

Honeybees are an important part of our world, there is no disputing that fact.

All of us at Mosquito Authority love bees almost as much as we despise mosquitoes! Our founder is a beekeeper and has applied mosquito treatment within 10 feet of his hives for years. Many of our franchisees and customers are beekeepers as well, and report no adverse effects on their hives or honey production when their properties are treated regularly for mosquitoes. 

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