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Learn more about the rodents that may be infesting your home, buildings, yard and fields and how to control them in the safest and most efficient way.
One sign of a mouse infestation is mouse droppings - even a small infestation can produce literally thousands of droppings in a short period of time!
Sometimes referred to as a "super rat," these large rats can reach 16 inches in length, including the tail. Favorite foods of this basement dweller include bacon and shrimp!
Moles are unique in appearance, having webbed feet they use for "swimming" in the soil. One species, the star-nosed mole, has 22 tentacle-like projections around its mouth.
Deer Mice can transmit a wide variety of diseases to humans. One serious and often fatal disease transmitted by the deer mouse is Hantavirus.
When roof rats inhabit upper areas of office buildings and homes, they often gnaw on wires, possibly leading to fires, outages, and production down-time.
Gophers present a more serious problem than moles, because of their inadvertent destruction of underground utility cables, water lines, sprinkler systems and irrigation pipes.
Earning its nickname "packrat," this furry, giant hamster-like rodent is particularly fond of shiny objects, and will drop whatever it's carrying to take the trinket instead.
Voles can have up to 17 litters and 80 pups in a year. However, voles have many predators, and most voles only survive a few months in the wild.