Pest I.D.

Mole

They will feed on insect they come across in the soil but earth worms make up most of their diet. They are very territorial and do not share their runs with any other mole.

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Opossum

Opossums are the largest marsupials in the western hemisphere. Opossums are cat sized animals. They are omnivores and tend to be nocturnal under most circumstances.

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Skunk

The adult can range in size from 20-28 inch inlength and weighs between 4-10 lbs. They are omnivores and have very few natural enemies. They breed in February – April and give birth in May – July.

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Chipmunk

The adult chipmunk is 5 to 6 inches and weighs about 3 ounces. They eat nuts, seeds, berries and insects. They typically have their first of two litters in early spring.

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BATS

They adult range in size from 8-10 inches and only weigh about ¼ of an ounce. They are nocturnal and feed on insects. They use Echolocate to find their prey.

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Squirrel

On average, an adult squirrel is about 10” from head to tail and weighs about 1 lb. They feed on nuts seeds, berries and plant buds/bark. The first litter is born in late February or March. They give birth to about 3-4 on average.

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Rat

These rodents are not commonly found in homes, but are a major concern in urban and industrial areas. They can do significant damage to food products as well as destroying property. These pests are carriers of disease and are a serious health threat. They can enter a home through a hole the size of a quarter, and can flatten their body to an opening the size of their head.

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Vole

A Vole is very similar in size and color as a House mouse.  They are also called a Field mouse.  Most people realize they have them when they see their run on the surface of the grass or broom sized holes in the planter beds or along the foundation.

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Starlings / Sparrows

Both birds are found worldwide. Breeding can occur anytime of the year but most occurs between March and November.

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Raccoon

The raccoon is a stocky mammal about 2 to 3 feet long and can weigh approx. 10 to 30 lbs. It is distinctively marked, with a prominent black “mask” over the eyes and a heavily furred, ringed tail. It is salt-and-pepper gray and black in color. They are also called Coons.

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Pigeon

Pigeons are large plump birds that are blueish grey to black in color. Most people associate this bird with city buildings or a city park (think of Home Alone 2 with the lady in Central Park feeding the birds). Some people also call them Rock Doves.

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Mouse

These pests are some of the most common found in and around homes. They are generally 2” to 3.5” in length head and body only. They are light brown to gray in color with small eyes and large ears. Deer mice will generally have a white patch on their underside, and will be a little larger in size. Mouse droppings are generally 1/8 inch to 1/4 inch in length with pointed ends.

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