NEW YORK—Two years into the City’s deer impact management plan on Staten Island, a survey conducted by White Buffalo, Inc and verified by NYC Parks estimates the borough’s deer population has dropped by 8 perce […]
NEW YORK—On Monday, May 8th, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the expansion of WildlifeNYC, an education campaign launched last October to teach New Yorkers how to live responsibly alongside the wild a […]
This is such a nice idea the WildlifeNYC has been brought in front of NYC residents for giving education to the animals. It’s nice to keep pets at home as our part of the family, even I, do like this the most, I too have 2 dogs at my home to whom I treat like family. But last month I faced some problem with ticks near my garden area and they are harming my dog ears, I used some DIY techniques like washed them with lemon oil but after a few days they still occurred. So after discussing the problem with one my friend, he suggested me to contact pest Exterminator Brooklyn NY who can solve all the issues of pest
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