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Warren’s World – Summer Time Good and Bad

Warren’s World – Summer Time Good and Bad

What a last couple of months we’ve had. June started off fantastic then tailed off to wind and rain, in fact Christmas day last year was warmer than June 29th. From a pest controllers point of view, the hotter the […]

Warren’s World of Wildlife – Ants in Your Pants

Warren’s World of Wildlife – Ants in Your Pants

Ants in Your Pants It’s that time of the year again when Ants make a reappearance. No, I don’t mean Adam and the Antz are doing a Spring tour, I’m on about the insects, usually black that find their way […]

Warren’s World of Wildlife – Dawn Chorus

Warren’s World of Wildlife – Dawn Chorus

  I love this time of year when at last our part of the world starts to Spring back into life and we all come out of our self imposed hibernation against the cold and long dark nights. The Snowdrops […]

Warren’s World of Wildlife – Honeybees

Warren’s World of Wildlife – Honeybees

When I Say Honey, U Say Bee! For most pest controllers, one of the worst jobs is having to destroy a Honey Bee colony. I mean how can you call a honey bee a pest when they produce honey, nectar […]

Warren’s World of Wildlife – Robins Ponds and Berries

Warren’s World of Wildlife – Robins Ponds and Berries

When it’s gets to this time of year, obviously there’s not as much wildlife about but the bare branches in trees makes what’s still here much easier to spot. And there’s only one bird to start with at Christmas time, […]

Warren’s World of Wildlife – Feeding the birds and Hedgehogs

Warren’s World of Wildlife – Feeding the birds and Hedgehogs

Confessions of a Pest Controller – Warren’s World of Wildlife Feeding the Birds and Hedgehogs Due to the popularity of Warren’s article in the last issue, we will be doing a few more seasonal articles with him, principally focussing on […]

Warren – Confessions of a Pest Controller

Warren – Confessions of a Pest Controller

Confessions of a Pest Controller “I have a genuine love of nature, I was brought up in a real Kes environment. There weren’t many other kids about so I just ran wild in the woods where I also developed an […]