Where Wasps Go in the Winter and How You Can Protect Yourself and Your Property

Wasps. We take them as the worse cousins of bees, revengeful a**holes which have the sole purpose of stinging, killing and horror us at first glance. Well, winter is almost here, and those little buggers try to find every nick and crevice to hide during the colder months. It turns out wasp queens may be…

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How We Can Preserve The Dying Bees of Australia

How Australians can help the dying bees!

The bees of Australia are in danger. The seemingly harmless insecticides may be more than a trouble for bees. Without the much-needed pollination of the bees, our crops and plants will crumble. Here’s why we need to preserve Australia’s bees, how all of us can help and what the future will look like if we fail to do so.

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8 Common but Invasive Species Brought From Europe to Australia

Feral Cat

Australia is home to 56 invasive species from all around the world. A lot of them were seemingly harmless domestic animals. Until they escaped to the Outback. We chose the 8 most unassuming critters that have since then become thorns in the eyes of ecologist around the nation.

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Pests Invading Your Home in Autumn

Silverfish

What brings pests inside? The same thing that keeps you inside during the winter – warmth and shelter. We go over the usual suspects and some easily doable prevention.

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Rodent Favourite Foods That Attract Them to Your Home

rat eating a tiny watermelon

Food plays the biggest part in a rodent’s decision whether to invade your house or not. Of course just like us, they have their tastes and preferences. We put this guide together based on their diet and extraordinary sense of smell.

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