Omaha Pest Control Wishes You Happy New Year!
We also want to reassure you that we will be here for the unexpected moments in the upcoming 2015 calendar year.
Most of the pests in Nebraska and Iowa are in hibernation or a period of deep-sleep, or torpor. that allows animals to survive winter extremes. Reducing metabolic and lowering body temperature enables survival through cold periods when food is scarce or has little energy value. It takes a lot more effort for other mammals, birds and insects to make the necessary adaptations to survive harsh weather. In many species, insects adapt to the cold by dying off; it’s the larval stage of the species that goes through winter. Insects that do over-winter as adults usually enter a hibernation-like state.
That’s enough information about our lingering nuisances. We want you to know that Omaha Pest Control is thankful for your business and will be here for you in future times of need.