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Bees-iness – Don’t Get Stung in the Wallet

With spring comes the bees. For most people it’s a love hate relationship. We all recognize the importance of bees for our own survival, but when a colony decides to take up residence in our backyard, our love wanes. What do bees and Aretha Franklin have in common? Continue reading…  

Scorpions die off in the winter?

Arizona Bark Scorpions hibernate in the winter months. Scorpions don’t die off during the winter. Although they are less active in the cold, rest assured, your creepy friends are still alive and well. As temperatures drop in the fall, bark scorpions prepare for hibernation. They often gather in groups of 30 – 40 or more. …

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