In the United States, there is an invisible enemy. That enemy lurks in the cracks of our homes, behind the walls. It eats away at our homes one milimeter at a time. That enemy? The termite. These tiny warriors may seem innocuous based on their size, but they can do a lot of damage. They can truly cause a lot of havoc on a home and can be a real nuisance. They cannot be dealt with effectively without the help of a pest control company.
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Its nest is made of grass, dead leaves and plant fibers, and has a dome that makes it look somewhat like a Dutch oven, thus the name. The entrance is curiously in the side, not the front. Interestingly, here is another reference to a kitchen — a flock of ovenbirds is called a ‘stew’! Not all ovenbirds use the same nesting materials. For example, the ovenbird of Mexico like to use mud to make their nest, which will also resemble a Dutch oven.
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Ovenbirds build their nests right on the ground. They pull the old broken wing or injured leg trick to lure predators away should one venture too close to their home. We live in a wooded area with lots of different birds around. The first time I ever saw an ovenbird was when I happened to come across a curious little ‘pocket’ of dead leaves and grass.
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The male ovenbirds are definitely not monogamous. They will have up to 3 mates at the same time. These birds prefer to live and forage in dry forests and have a huge range. They can be found in Canada, the U.S., Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, South America, Greenland and England.
As you are preparing your home for the upcoming fall and winter seasons, you can help avoid problems with termites and carpenter ants. For assistance from your local pest control professionals, contact Ross Environmental Solutions today.