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FLOODING AND ITS EFFECTS ON PEST CONTROL IN DORSET

Posted by on Dec 30, 2013 in Ants, Bicton, birds, Bournemouth, Canford, Christchurch, Dorset, Ferndown, Fordingbridge, Holdenhurst, Ibsley, Iford, Insects, Longham, mice, moles, Parley, pest control, Pest control Bournemouth, Pest Control Ferndown, pest control Verwood, pest prevention, Poole, Rabbits, rat, Rats, Ringwood, Rodents, Sopley, squirrels, Sturminster Marshall, Throop, Tuckton, Verwood, Wasps, West Moors, Wimborne | 0 comments

With all the past heavy rain over the last couple of months and with still more to come, our local rivers will be swollen and in most cases flooding. The effects will be varied but any towns or villages within range of a watercourse will almost certainly be affected by a migration of animals fleeing the rising water levels and this is when pest control  and pest prevention become very important in Dorset. As the water levels rise above river or stream banks, many natural habitats will be lost and the occupants will need to find other suitable accommodation somewhere close by on higher ground...

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Pest Control and Wasp Control Dorset

Posted by on Aug 18, 2012 in Ants, birds, Bournemouth, Christchurch, Dorset, Ferndown, fleas, Foxes, mice, mole control, mole removal, moles, pest control, pest management, pest prevention, Pest Removal, Poole, Rabbits, Rats, Ringwood, Rodents, squirrels, Verwood, Wasp Control, Wasp Removal, Wasps, West Moors, Wimborne | 0 comments

The county of Dorset is located in the south of England and its coastline forms part of the Jurassic coastline with Devon. It is an area with no motorways and contains stunning scenery and award winning beaches. It is a very popular area for tourism as it is full of historical interest from many periods including the Roman and Saxon eras. The eastern part of the county contains the larger towns of Verwood, Ferndown, West Moors, Wimborne, Bournemouth Christchurch and Poole. Dorset still retains a lot of the lowland heath and woodland and is rich in wildlife of many native and migrant species...

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Pest Control and Wasp Control West Moors

Posted by on Jul 19, 2012 in Ants, birds, Bournemouth, Christchurch, Dorset, Ferndown, fleas, Fox, mice, moles, pest control, pest prevention, Poole, Rabbits, Rats, Ringwood, squirrels, Verwood, Wasp, Wasp Control, Wasp Removal, Wasps, West Moors, West Parley, Wimborne | 0 comments

History suggests that a settlement in Dorset was named La More in 1364 which later became Mours in 1407 and in the 1500’s became Le Moure then in the 1600’s became Moores. Today it is known as West Moors. The word moor is derived from the word moure meaning marsh and this would have been a good description of the area during this period. It was an area of heathland and marsh which drained into the nearby Moors River and few people lived in the area. In 1867 the railway arrived and with it a goods yard and links to Wimborne and Salisbury and an expanding population. It was not until 1907 that...

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Pest Control and Wasp Control Wimborne Minster

Posted by on Apr 25, 2012 in Ants, birds, Bournemouth, Christchurch, fleas, Insects, mice, moles, pest control, Pest Control News, pest prevention, Pest Problems, Pests, Poole, Rabbits, rat, Rats, Ringwood, Rodents, squirrels, Verwood, Wasp, Wasp Control, Wasp Removal, Wasps, Wimborne, Wimborne Minster | 0 comments

The town of Wimborne Minster is located on the confluence of the River Allen and the River Stour.  The flood plain itself has protected the town from further development to the east due to its tendancy to flooding.  The surrounding areas are mainly farmland and open fields. Most of the buildings in Wimborne are dated between the 15th to 18th century and form the main hub of the town around the Corn Market which used to be where stocks were located for punishment.  The history of the Minster (parish church) itself can be traced bak for over 1300 years!  The population for Wimborne was...

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