Here at our pest blog, we aim to provide you with valuable information and insights on various pests, their control methods, prevention tips, and everything you need to know to keep your home and surroundings pest-free.

Pests can be a nuisance and pose risks to your health and property. We understand the importance of effectively managing pest problems and maintaining a safe and comfortable environment for you and your loved ones. That’s why our blog is dedicated to offering practical guidance, expert advice, and the latest trends in pest control.

What can you expect from our pest blog?

  1. Comprehensive Pest Profiles: Learn about common pests such as ants, termites, mosquitoes, bedbugs, raccoons, squirrels, and more. We’ll provide detailed information about their habits, characteristics, potential risks, and effective control methods.
  2. Prevention and Control Tips: Discover proactive measures you can take to prevent pests from entering your home or garden. We’ll share practical tips, step-by-step guides, and DIY solutions to help you protect your property from infestations.
  3. Pest Control Techniques: Explore different pest control methods, both natural and chemical-based, and understand when it’s best to hire professional pest control services. We’ll discuss the pros and cons of each approach, ensuring you have the knowledge to make informed decisions.
  4. Seasonal Pest Updates: Stay informed about seasonal pests and their behavior. We’ll keep you updated on the specific challenges different pests present throughout the year, along with tips to address them effectively.
  5. Eco-Friendly Solutions: If you’re concerned about the environment and prefer eco-friendly pest control methods, we’ll highlight natural and sustainable approaches to pest management. You can learn how to minimize the use of chemicals while still effectively controlling pests.
  • What Are Mice Up To During The Summer

    What Are Mice Up To During The Summer

    Homeowners have a common misconception about mice: They infest people’s homes during the winter and then disappear during the hot season. This is not entirely true.  Mice in the summer have the natural tendency to forage for seeds and other food out in the fields and yards. But if they find a viable food source…

  • Intelligent Nocturnal Raccoons. Facts On Raccoons. 

    Intelligent Nocturnal Raccoons. Facts On Raccoons. 

    Raccoons are notorious wildlife pests. They break into your yard or house and wreak havoc on your property. Typically coming out at night, they sometimes venture out of their dens in the daytime searching for food.  You’ve probably tried different ways to keep them off your premises but to no avail. They’re smart creatures after…

  • Maryland Tick Prevention: Getting Rid of Ticks and Avoiding Lyme Disease

    Maryland Tick Prevention: Getting Rid of Ticks and Avoiding Lyme Disease

    It was just an innocent tick bite, right? Well, it’s not.What you think is just a rash might become a bigger problem if left untreated. A rash is a symptom of several tick-borne infections, such as tularemia, RockyMountain spotted fever (RMSF), southern tick-associated rash illness (STARI) and Lyme disease. The Lyme disease rash, called erythema…

  • How to Keep Pests Away This Summer

    How to Keep Pests Away This Summer

    Summer in Baltimore is a great time to enjoy the outdoors and having fun in the sun. However with the rise in the temperature and humidity it also makes the perfect playground for pests to have a great summer bothering you. Nothing ruins a mood faster than having ants and mosquitos crash a barbecue, playing…

  • Prevent Squirrels from Entering Your House This Summer

    Prevent Squirrels from Entering Your House This Summer

                 Every summer Baltimore natives are forced to deal with different kinds of pests that the warmer weather brings forth. However one of the biggest, problem making, pests are squirrels! While some may not think of a squirrel as an issue, they can be some of the most innovative and difficult pests to get…

  • Pest-Proofing Your Home and Garden This Spring

    Pest-Proofing Your Home and Garden This Spring

    “Spring showers bring May flowers,” they say, but for homeowners spring also brings pests. The Bug Barometer, a seasonal forecast of pest pressure and activity in the U.S. released biannually by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), predicts residual winter moisture and wet weather ahead will cause pest populations to spike this spring all the…

  • Eradicate These Common Myths About Rodents and Get Rid of Pests More Effectively

    Eradicate These Common Myths About Rodents and Get Rid of Pests More Effectively

    Rodents. You think you know them, but do you really? Or are you holding on to fictitious beliefs rather than facts? Comprising 40% of mammal species, rodents aren’t just composed of mice and rats; they also include squirrels, guinea pigs, hamsters, gophers, beavers, gerbils, porcupines, and chipmunks. (But since mice and rats are the most…

  • Starling Bird Rescue

    Starling Bird Rescue

    Animal removal can be tricky at times. Being able to pinpoint the location, identify the source of the noise and remove the animal is one of the harder aspects of wildlife control. Our wildlife experts use the latest in technology to help them.

  • What is sustainable animal removal?

    What is sustainable animal removal?

    How On The Fly Pest Solutions humanely removes animals in the Baltimore area. No, it’s not an oxymoron. Although animal removal and sustainability seem opposite of each other, the two can certainly live together… (see what we did there?) Man has been battling wild creatures over resources and living space since the beginning of time.…

  • Wildlife Rescue

    Wildlife Rescue

    Our emergency wildlife team responded to a fawn that had fallen through a covered window well. The mother deer patiently waited close by as our expert technicians safely removed the fawn and reunited him with his mother. Our technicians replaced the cracked cover with a new one to prevent similar incidences in the future.