Warmer winters, combined with the fact that Delta, Tsawwassen in particular, receives almost 40% less rain than downtown Vancouver and boasts an extra 15 days of sunshine are climactic factors that contribute to an increase in pest invasions. Many pests have historically been limited by cold winters.
North and South Delta are already diverse areas with a variety of rodents, insects, birds and wildlife that can become pests. With South Delta’s rapidly changing landscape due to industrial, commercial and residential construction, local critters are forced out of their habitats. Where are they going to go? The nature of the area with farmlands, dykes, Burns Bog, Ferry Terminal, Vancouver Landfill and massive Delta Port contribute to the relative isolation from the rest of Greater Vancouver and creates a unique ecosystem. The community, surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, Fraser River, Delta Slough and Mud Bay, is highly susceptible to invasions of unwanted and unwelcomed local critters. These pest problems can cause anxiety, stress and a sense of urgency. Our team offers peace of mind and expert care with fast and discreet service.