Where Do House Flies Go during the Winter?

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Flies die during the winter onset. Since the common housefly only has a life cycle of 20-30 days, most of the time they won't even be around once the summer is over. Flies do not do well in cold weather hence most flies survive in maggot or pupae form until the weather is warm enough for them to starting hatching and mating again.
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Most of them die. They just hide in sheltered places. Those that survive reproduce and produce large numbers the following year.
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Adult house flies spend the winter in homes or other protected sites but
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The adult flies die off at the end of summer and their eggs, larvae or pupae overwinter, waiting for spring to hatch into new adults. There can be more than one generation in a summer
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There aren't may house sparrows around here (England) anyway, but they seem to nestle inside gutters and lofts / attics during the winter. People find them annoying because they always
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