Why Scorpions Get Inside
Bark Scorpions enter homes throughout greater Phoenix AZ Valley. They haven’t just adapted well to living in human environments… They THRIVE in them!
Scorpion populations have actually GROWN with development and the human population growth in the Phoenix Valley. Homes and neighborhoods provide the moisture and food resources for them to thrive.
Everyday Bark Scorpions enter homes in the greater Phoenix AZ Valley. Scorpions are always on the lookout for sheltered areas that protect against water loss during daylight, then they’ll come out to eat or mate at night. Landscaping and buildings provide cracks and crevices perfect for scorpions to shelter in and hunt from!
Ideal sheltering areas for Bark Scorpions are dark, cool, or moist, and have a little air flow. Bark scorpions usually find ideal sheltering areas in:
- Cracks and crevices around buildings (ESPECIALLY in block wall fences).
- Under concrete slab sidewalks and patios.
- In concrete expansion joints.
- In cracks and crevices provided by pretty ROCKED or bricked walls on home exteriors.
- Under piles of leaves, wood, building materials or other debris.
- Under bark of trees.
- Under or in cracks of landscaping rocks and features.
- And in exteriors weep areas.
Scorpion frequently enter homes through tiny cracks and crevices during their late night hunting activities, or as soon as the sun comes up for shelter. Scorpion home invasions are a direct result of unprotected, or under protected, homes providing ideal shelter and food sources.
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