“The BUZZ”

End of Summer Can Still Bring Stingers

Bill Clark Pest Control  reminds the public summer stingers are more aggressive at end of season and encourages caution Summer will be gone before we know it, but that doesn’t mean stinging insects will be leaving us just yet. The public should still be alert when it comes to avoiding stingers, like yellowjackets and wasps, […]

What’s Bugging Southeast Texas

Smokey Brown Cockroach

Smokey Brown Cockroaches are brownish-black in color and usually 1 – 1 1/4″ long. Smokey Brown Cockroaches prefer moist areas such as; wood piles, tree holes, ground covered plants, mulch, soffits and eaves of attics. They usually enter during the night through holes or small areas where lights shine through. Light is an attraction for […]

Fire Ant

The red imported fire ants (Solenopsis invicta) first entered the United States through the seaport of Mobile, Alabama in the early 1930’s and have spread throughout the southern regions. Fire ants are good competitors and colonizers that quickly establish mounds around homes, schools, businesses and industries. These ants are best known for their painful stings […]

American Cockroach

The American Cockroach is typically 1 3/8 – 2 1/8″ long with a reddish brown coloring. The American Cockroach is commonly found in residences but are also found in restaurants, bakeries, grocery stores, food processing plants, hospitals and many other businesses and industries. They can also be found outside in yards and sewer systems (during […]

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