Content tagged "rodents"

IPM Action Plan for Rodents

Pest Management In and Around Structures Updated: January 26, 2017

Mice and rats are common problems in and around schools. Rodents cause fires by gnawing on electrical wires, transmit pathogens, and are associated with...

Urban IPM Webinars & Events

Pest Management In and Around Structures Updated: November 07, 2014

Learn how to keep bugs and other pests from invading your home, your school or other structure with these nifty webinar recordings. These and other webinars...

Rodent Exclusion Methods

Wildlife Damage Management Updated: June 04, 2013

Rodent-Proof Construction | Rodent Entry Points | Rodent Exclusion Methods | Rodent-Proof Construction | Rodent-Proof Resources | ICWDM | Wildlife Species...

Rodent Entry Points

Wildlife Damage Management Updated: June 04, 2013

Rodent-Proof Construction | Rodent Entry Points | Rodent Exclusion Methods | Rodent-Proof Construction | Rodent-Proof Resources | ICWDM | Wildlife Species...

Kangaroo Rats

Wildlife Damage Management Updated: June 04, 2013

Kangaroo Rats | Kangaroo Rat Overview | Kangaroo Rat Damage Assessment | Kangaroo Rat Damage Management | Kangaroo Rat ResourcesĀ | ICWDM | Wildlife Species...

Kangaroo Rat Damage Management

Wildlife Damage Management Updated: June 04, 2013

Kangaroo Rats | Kangaroo Rat Overview | Kangaroo Rat Damage Assessment | Kangaroo Rat Damage Management | Kangaroo Rat Resources | ICWDM | Wildlife Species...

Are traps the best way to kill rats/mice in and around my house?

Yes, trapping can be effective in controlling rat and miceĀ infestations. Trapping is most effective when the problem is localized, such as in a home or when...

How do I know if I have rats/mice in my house if I don't see them?

Here are some signs to look for:If you think you have a rodent infestation, go to the links listed under related content for helpful information on how to...

Should I get a cat to help with my mouse/rat infestation around my house?

Although cats and other predators may kill rodents, they usually don't reduce populations enough to effectively control them, especially if there is a...

Will foam insulation prevent mice/rats from coming in my house?

No. Rodents can chew through foam. Also, unless the foam is UV light stabilized, it will breakdown in sunlight, dry rot, and degrade so that the problem can...

Bumblefoot in Companion Rodents

Companion Animals Updated: November 05, 2011

Pododermatitis, more commonly known as bumblefoot, is a condition that affects many companion rodents, including rats, hamsters, and guinea pigs....

Barkstripping

Wildlife Damage Management Updated: August 09, 2010

Figure 1. Fox squirrel, Sciurus niger Bark stripping can occur for a variety of reasons. This page is dedicated to providing clues to help you identify and...

Cotton Rats

Wildlife Damage Management Updated: February 19, 2008

Cotton Rats | Cotton Rat Overview | Cotton Rat Damage Assessment | Cotton Rat Damage Management | Cotton Rat Resources | Cotton Rat Acknowledgments | ICWDM |...

Nutria

Wildlife Damage Management Updated: February 19, 2008

Nutria | Nutria Overview | Nutria Damage Assessment | Nutria Damage Management | Nutria Resources | Nutria Acknowledgments | ICWDM | Wildlife Species...

Rodent Proof Construction

Wildlife Damage Management Updated: February 19, 2008

Rex O. Baker. Professor and Research Project Leader. Horticulture/Plant & Soil Science. California State Polytechnic University. Pomona, California 91768 ...

Roof Rats

Wildlife Damage Management Updated: February 19, 2008

Roof Rats | Roof Rat Overview | Roof Rat Damage Assessment | Roof Rat Damage Management | Roof Rat Resources | Roof Rat Acknowledgments | ICWDM | Wildlife...

Mountain Beavers

Wildlife Damage Management Updated: February 19, 2008

Mountain Beavers | Mountain Beaver Overview | Mountain Beaver Damage Assessment | Mountain Beaver Damage Management | Mountain Beaver Resources | Mountain...

Pocket Gophers

Wildlife Damage Management Updated: February 19, 2008

Pocket Gophers | Pocket Gopher Overview | Pocket Gopher Damage Assessment | Pocket Gopher Damage Management | Pocket Gopher Resources | Pocket Gopher...

White-footed and Deer Mice

Wildlife Damage Management Updated: February 19, 2008

White-footed and Deer Mice | White-footed and Deer Mice Overview | White-footed and Deer Mice Damage Assessment | White-footed and Deer Mice Damage...

Muskrat Damage Management

Wildlife Damage Management Updated: February 18, 2008

Muskrats | Muskrat Overview | Muskrat Damage Assessment | Muskrat Damage Management | Muskrat Resources | Muskrat Acknowledgments | ICWDM | Wildlife...

Pocket Gopher Damage Assessment

Wildlife Damage Management Updated: February 14, 2008

Pocket Gophers | Pocket Gopher Overview | Pocket Gopher Damage Assessment | Pocket Gopher Damage Management | Pocket Gopher Resources | Pocket Gopher...

Rodent-Proof Resources

Wildlife Damage Management Updated: February 04, 2008

Rodent-Proof Construction | Rodent Entry Points | Rodent Exclusion Methods | Rodent-Proof Construction | Rodent-Proof Resources | ICWDM | Wildlife Species...

Rodent-Proof Construction

Wildlife Damage Management Updated: February 04, 2008

Rodent-Proof Construction | Rodent Entry Points | Rodent Exclusion Methods | Rodent-Proof Construction | Rodent-Proof Resources | ICWDM | Wildlife Species...

Woodrat Damage Management

Wildlife Damage Management Updated: February 04, 2008

Woodrats | Woodrat Overview | Woodrat Damage Assessment | Woodrat Damage Management | Woodrat Resources | Woodrat Acknowledgments | ICWDM | Wildlife Species...

Roof Rat Damage Management

Wildlife Damage Management Updated: February 04, 2008

Roof Rats | Roof Rat Overview | Roof Rat Damage Assessment | Roof Rat Damage Management | Roof Rat Resources | Roof Rat Acknowledgments | ICWDM | Wildlife...

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