Squirrels

UK Squirrels: Here in the UK, we have three breeds of squirrel: Red squirrel – our native squirrel Grey squirrel – also called the Eastern Gray, is an invasive breed coming from North America Black squirrel – technically either an Eastern Gray or Fox Squirrel with a faulty gene that gives it its black coat ..

Bees – How we control them

Why Bees are important There are over 200 types of Bees in the UK, including 25 types of bumblebees! Some of these include: Garden Bumblebee White-tailed Bumblebee Honeybee Bees are valuable pollinators and without them, a lot of our farm produce and plants would not exist, they should be dealt with with respect, and any ..

UK Wasps – What you need to know!

  UK Wasps – What you need to know! When looking for a pest control company to help with any wasp nest issues, it is important that you know the difference between UK wasps. There are two different types of UK wasp – Vespula Vulgaris (also known as the common wasp or a common yellow-jacket) and ..

How to Choose Your Pest Control Company

How to choose your company Being a BPCA member tells customers that the quality of service given by a pest control company is to a good standard. To find a company in your area go to the BPCA website When choosing a company you need to ensure that they have the qualifications in place. Only ..

Hornets in the UK

Types of hornets in the UK European Hornets – Vespa Crabro These pests are the largest hornet native to Europe; they are carnivorous and can be seen as beneficial, they are also known to “hawk” in mid-air for honeybees and destroy whole hives. They are therefore a threat to our environment and need to be ..

Fox Control

Fox Control at MIDS Pest Control would always be deterrent, as 50% of foxes normally go away once after this treatment has been carried out keeping your garden or place of work free of foxes.

All things considered, foxes are increasingly seen in urban and suburban areas as well as rural areas. The fox is primarily carnivorous and they are highly effective scavengers finding waste in towns and cities plentiful.

Foxes can carry toxocariasis, a parasitic roundworm that can be passed to humans.

Generally speaking, infection is extremely rare and only affects around two people per million in the UK each year. Fox faeces may contain bacteria which can cause sickness in humans, so faeces should not be directly handled.

We only use the best traps on the marketplace for fox trapping as can be seen by the public if a fox is caught. Every fox trapping program we start we carry out a full site Risk Assessment and to make sure that we’re not going to be catching next doors cat.

Foxes can cause problems by entering people’s gardens at night. Especially if you keep farm animals like chickens or other small animals that might attract them.

Whenever in the background or here and there fox shooting will always in fact for the most part always be with us.

Proofing for Foxes is quite straightforward, fence, and no food or livestock around for them.

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