Did you know insect populations are actually on a decline? One of the main factors is actually light pollution from artificial lights — ranging from street lights to vehicle headlights to everything in-between. Moths mistake outdoor light bulbs for the moon. Dung beetles wrestle with lack of starlight which they rely upon for navigation. Fireflies, which use their bioluminescent signals for mating, struggle with courtship. While other factors come into play, such as habitat loss, climate change and invasive species, artificial light pollution can affect every aspect of an insect’s life.
Happy Thanksgiving! What are you thankful for this year? Here are a few things our staff at Blue Chip is thankful for:
Joe H: I’m thankful for my wife, kids and grandkids!
Cory: I’m thankful for my family, of course, but also thankful for paychecks!
Scott R: I’m thankful to be owning my first home!
Nate: I’m thankful that my daughter not only graduated from college this year but will be moving to Colorado to pursue her master’s degree!
Denk: I’m thankful to have found a place where I can truly utilize my skills as a member of the Blue Chip family.
Christian: So far I’m thankful for a mild winter! (Editor’s note: Spoken like a true technician! Ha!)
And as for us at Blue Chip? As a whole, not a day goes by that we aren’t so incredibly thankful for all our wonderful & loyal customers, our hardworking & dedicated staff and our reputation for professionalism — all of which have helped us grow to become one of the top pest control companies in the nation.
‘Tis the season? You betcha! Here’s your guide to pest-proofing during the holiday season.
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Squirrel x 15 = YIKES! Did you know Blue Chip offers wildlife control? If any of these squirrels (or their 15 babies!) invade your home or business, let us know!