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Hawaii’s Feral Cat Problem

Hawaii’s Feral Cat Problem

Feral Cats - A Big Problem in Hawaii Another invasive species to our islands is feral cats. These are the estimates (made over varying periods of time) that are difficult to confirm: Oahu – 350,000 (said to be an underestimate); Maui – 20,000 to 500,000; Big Island –...

Bees and Hawaii

Bees and Hawaii

Here in Hawaii we are fortunate to have about 70 species of native bees as well as some additional 19 species that have been introduced over time

Hawaii Silverfish Pest

Hawaii Silverfish Pest

Silverfish – while completely harmless in regard to carrying bacteria and disease – are nothing more than obnoxious indoor pests that can destroy our possessions if they go unnoticed.

Rat Lung Disease In Hawaii

Rat Lung Disease In Hawaii

the onslaught of rat lungworm disease in our islands in the past years and how important it is to wash all produce before consuming

Hawaii Coqui Frog Problem

Hawaii Coqui Frog Problem

In 2018, coqui frogs were found on Molokai, and since last September a half dozen have been caught in the Kapahi area of Kauai. So now, the coqui is on the Big Island, Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and Molokai.

Big Island Hawaii Beetle Problems Affecting Kona Coffee

Big Island Hawaii Beetle Problems Affecting Kona Coffee

In past years, the Big Island has experienced two particular beetle infestations to a greater degree than the other islands. These two beetles are the coffee berry borer and the longhorn beetle, both very damaging to the famous Kona Coffee industry.

Big Mahalo To Our Customers

Big Mahalo To Our Customers

As I watch Aloha Pest Solutions and Aloha Termite Kauai continue to thrive, I recognize that our successes are an accumulation of everyone’s hard work, long hours, and customers that believe in our Service with Aloha. With this in mind, I want to take a moment to thank my staff and all of the rest of you, our customers.

What’s an Exterminator?

What’s an Exterminator?

Today, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Federal Department of Agriculture (FDA) play a huge role in regulating and approving pest control treatments that are greener, safer, and tested before approved.

Drywood Termite Treatment in Hawaii

Drywood Termite Treatment in Hawaii

Drywood termites are the ones that don’t live underground and don’t need an external water source to survive because they generate their own moisture through the digestion of the wood they consume