When the weather begins to warm up in spring, it signals to many insects that it is time to emerge from their dormant winter cycle. These insects will move outside, starting new populations and looking for new nest sites. Pests will often be found in locations never used before, in addition to reinfestations of old nesting locations.
Most pest populations are actively growing, gathering food and tending to their young during this time of year. But pests may move inside to escape hot, dry summer conditions, or if there is a sudden weather change.
Pest populations will be at their peak at this time of year. Wasps, hornets and ants can add hundreds, even thousands of new individuals to their colonies. Pests will begin moving inside as weather becomes cooler.
Many pests take shelter inside structures during cold weather months. Some will remain active all winter while others lay dormant until warm, sunny days return.
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