Click on any bug or pest to see more information about it, and what we can do about your pest control in Wiltshire and the surrounding areas. Bird Spiking Bird Spiking The two most common bird pests are pigeons and gulls Bird Netting Bird Netting The two most common bird pests are pigeons and gulls Birds Birds The two most common bird pests are pigeons and gulls Hornets Hornets European hornets are the most common you will encounter although in recent years the Asian giant hornet has been found in the U.K Flies Flies As with most pests there are many different species, from House flies, Cluster fly, Fruit fly, Filter fly, Blowfly, Horsefly and many many... Fleas Fleas There are two main flea species you will encounter. The Cat flea and the Dog flea. Both species will feed from humans Cockroaches Cockroaches Cockroaches breed quickly as many eggs are laid in egg case. It is important to act quickly to gain control Bees Bees Honey bees become a pest when taking up residence in buildings Bed Bugs Bed Bugs Bed Bugs are 4-5mm when adult, but will start off as nymphs about the size of a pin head. Rodent Control Rodent Control Brown Rats have always been a problem and if not controlled they will establish themselves and breed very quickly. Woodworm Woodworm Woodworm larvae feed on wood tunnelling through causing damage to structures and furniture. Stored Product Insects Stored Product Insects These come in many shapes and sizes and infest various products from grain, wheat, flour, cereal, dairy, meat,tobacco and even textiles. Squirrels Squirrels Grey Squirrels are considered a pest due to the amount of damage they cause to trees and roof voids! Spiders Spiders Spiders- Some may bite and cause allergic reactions. Rats Rats Brown Rats have always been a problem and if not controlled they will establish themselves and breed very quickly. Rabbits Rabbits Rabbits live in a network of burrows in gardens, under foundations of buildings, train track embankments and around bridges river banks Moths Moths Clothes moths will eat any natural products with high kerotine content as they feed and thrive from this protein, or rather the larvae do. Mites Mites There are many different type of mites, from flour mites, plaster mites, poultry mites. Moles Moles European Mole. Cylindrical body approx 14 cm long although females are typically smaller than males, very small eyes hidden behind fur, dark... Mice Mice Mice will gnaw on anything, squeeze through gaps of 6mm and leave droppings and urine trails everywhere they go. Foxes Foxes Foxes are becoming more of an issue in urban areas nowadays as with any pest where there is food they will thrive. Wasps Wasps Common Wasps will start with a queen building a ten cell nest and increase to many thousand wasps by the end of summer.