Local Franchisee: Jason Burkhart
Pest & Wildlife Problems in Macon
The warm and humid climate of Macon, GA, is attractive to both insect and wildlife pests. Yellow jacket and hornet populations thrive during the spring and summer. These pests construct their nests on private properties and then sting anyone that gets too close or threatens their colonies. The temperate weather in Macon also attracts bats. The pests often den in attics, barns, or sheds. Their urine and dropping accumulate quickly, which leads to the spread of unpleasant odors and the growth of the fungus that causes histoplasmosis. Additionally, careless handling of bats contributes to rabies transmission.
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