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Orkin is ready for mosquito season

April 22, 2016

Are you prepared for mosquito season this year?

Summer is almost here! That means picnics, baseball games, barbecues and all the fun of enjoying the great outdoors with your family. There’s one thing no one likes about being outdoors, though: mosquitoes! They not only are a nuisance, but they also pose potentially serious health risks. Fortunately, the experts at Orkin study the science of mosquitoes and other pests closely in order to better tailor plans that help keep them out of your home this summer.

Orkin uses the latest technology and unparalleled training to develop an effective treatment that's right for your needs. To learn more about pest control based in science or to schedule an inspection, visit orkin.com or call 1-800-800-ORKIN.

The Orkin Summer Scientist Bug Catching Kits are fun for the whole family! Each pack includes:

2 Bug Catcher Craft Kits: These awesome DIY bug catcher kits will let your family’s personality shine through while also learning about nature and the world around us. The kits include a variety of foam ladybugs, dragonflies and more!

2 Bug Nets: Explore the great outdoors with these fun mesh insect nets. They can be used to collect and study butterflies, ladybugs, caterpillars and many other backyard creatures.

2 See-Through Bug Jars: Reveal the wonders of your backyard with these clear bug jars. Each transparent plastic box has a magnifying lid for better insect viewing. Young explorers love discovering worms, butterflies, ants and insects. These containers allow them to make homes for their new discoveries.

2 Magic Color Scratch Little Garden Critters: Scratch faces, designs and more on these Magic Color Scratch Little Garden Critters! A perfect kids' activity for critter lovers, simply scratch away the black coating to reveal vibrant rainbow colors. Includes butterflies, frogs, turtles and more.

Glow-in-the-Dark Creepy Crawlers: Turn off the lights and let them glow! These vinyl glow-in-the-dark bugs are lots of fun for all ages.

Enter to Win

Each household is only eligible to win Summer Scientist Bug Catching Kit via blog reviews and giveaways. Only one entrant per mailing address per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.

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The prize will be sent via FedEx or USPS. No P.O. Boxes please. This is a sponsored post. All prizes will be provided by Orkin.

Go Back

I didn't know that male mosquitoes fed on plant nectar!

I did not know that bug spray begins to wear off as soon as applied.

The most surprising thing I learned is that adult mosquitos are attracted to smells, such as perfumes, & scented soaps & lotions!

I learned that adult mosquitos are attracted to smells such as perfumes.

Mosquitoes are attracted to adults more than children.

I learned that mosquitoes bite adults more than kids because adults have CO2. Thank you for the chance :)

I learned that blue lights don't attract as many mosquitoes. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

I learner that mosquito are attracted to adults

Mosquitos prefer adults over children!

I had no idea mosquitos were attracted to smells!



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