Garlic is just one product that will keep lizards away from a house. Residents should place the garlic cloves around the doors or other areas where the lizards enter the home. More »

Although house lizards are generally harmless, a lizard in the home that is not kept as a pet is likely an unwanted house guest. Pets, repellents, the reduction of insects in your home, home repair and flypaper are neede... More »

Clean up any existing hiding places, and lay down moth balls to prevent incursions by bats. To find existing bat roosts, look for signs of their entry points, locate the points, install exclusion netting, and seal up the... More »

Mothballs are not an effective deterrent for lizards. A better solution for keeping the lizard population at bay is to remove objects that provide a hiding place or food supply. More »

The most effective method of keeping lizards away is to make the area less hospitable. Commercially available chemical and electric repellents sometimes work, but these are potentially harmful to children and pets. More »

Most lizards require a male and female pairing to mate; the male excretes an odor from a gland on the tail to which the female is attracted. Male lizards will mount female lizards to complete the mating process. More »

The blue-tailed lizard eats small worms and insects, including earthworms, caterpillars, beetles, crickets, grasshoppers, spiders, slugs, other lizards and small mice. Female lizards also eat their own eggs if they do no... More »