Ohio and the rest of the Northeastern US had a more mild winter than anyone expected. Less snow fell, the temperatures were warmer than usual, and spring came relatively early. Sounds like a pretty good deal, huh? Don’t get us wrong, we’re all for a warm winter and an early spring, but--you saw this coming--there’s a catch. When spring comes early, hibernators and migrators start coming out early. Including the ones we’re less than happy to see. By the time June rolls around in Ohio, we end up with even more pests than usual. Here’s a rundown on these early birds that have quickly established themselves as this season’s antagonists, and how you can get a headstart on keeping them out.