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Posts tagged with: mice

  • pest control
The pest control industry has its fair share of myths associated with it. While some of them are based partly on facts, some of them are outright false and outrageous. Here are 10 of the most common pest control myths...
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  • Fall Wildlife Prevention
Fall is one of the busiest times of the year for wildlife. Cooler temperatures trigger these animals to prepare for winter by finding a warm place to shelter and stocking up their food supplies to last them through the cold...
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  • Overwintering Pests
Cooler weather brings with it the onset of overwintering pests in your home. Overwintering pests are those whose activities allow them to survive the cold temperatures.  Animals overwinter by finding a warm place to call home, in many cases inside your...
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  • Squirrel eating nut in snow
The colder weather of the winter months drives many pests to seek shelter, food, and water inside our homes. The most common of these pests are rodents. Raccoons, rats, mice, and squirrels are the most frequent winter visitors to our...
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  • A squirrel eating nuts in the snow in winter forest
When the weather cools off and winter sets in, most animals hibernate until spring. Unfortunately for us, there are several pests that don’t hibernate – and instead make their way into our homes in search of shelter, food, water, and...
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  • A piece of cheese in front of a mouse hole in the wall
As the weather cools off many animals will start looking for ways into your home – searching for food, water, and warm shelter for the winter. This is especially true for rodents – both mice and rats. Can you tell...
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  • A brown mouse in the midst of fallen brown leaves and twigs
Just when you thought bug season was over, an influx of new pests start making their way inside your home. Fall is an active time of year for several pests that are searching for food, water, and warmth as the...
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