Secret Site Map
Friday, March 27, 2015

Home News Video: Squirrel Tail Propulsion

Video: Squirrel Tail Propulsion

Vertebrate Pests

A video from Bill Earl that is of his studies examining whether or not a squirrel can use its tail for a extra propulsion during a jump.

| February 19, 2013

Pest Tools, manufacturer of the Evictor Strobe Light, a product designed to remove squirrels from attics, announced it has relaunched its website, http://pesttools.us/.

Pest Tools President Bill Earl also shared the following video, part of his studies examining whether or not a squirrel can use its tail for a extra propulsion during a jump.

 

Top news

Pair of Destructive Termites Create New Hybrid Colonies

Two of the most destructive termite species in the world -- responsible for much of the $40 billion in economic loss caused by termites annually -- are now swarming simultaneously in South Florida, creating hybrid colonies that grow quickly and have the potential to migrate to other states.

ESA Announces New BCEs, ACEs and First ACE-International

The Entomological Society of America announced the following: Nine people passed their BCE exam; two ACEs added a "BCE" to their credentials; two people passed the BCE-Intern exam; 23 people passed the ACE exam; and one person passed the new ACE-International exams.

Pollinator Health Issue Takes Center Stage at NPMA Legislative Day ’15

Ongoing efforts to raise awareness and educate congressional representatives about pollinator health and the structural pest control industry was a major focus of this year’s NPMA Legislative Day, held last week in Washington, D.C.

NPMA Board of Directors Approves Pollinators BMPs

During its meeting in Washington, D.C., on March 14, the National Pest Management Association's (NPMA) Board of Directors approved the organization's Pollinator Best Management Practices (BMPs).

Terminix Acquires Two Canadian Pest Control Companies

The company expands its footprint in Canada with acquisitions of Excel Pest Control (New Brunswick) and Cabot Pest Control (Newfoundland).

x