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Mice are nocturnal creatures and are rarely seen by humans. This can make the job of identification quite difficult. They often forage for food at night or during dusk, when most employees and customers have left for the day. If people do catch a sight of a mouse invader, it may only be for a split second and not long enough to identify the species.
Luckily, Rentokil’s rodent experts have the expertise and know-how to help with mouse identification, which will help to establish the right control method for your business.
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There are some mouse species that are more commonly found indoors than others. There are certain characteristics you can look for, to help to identify the mice in your property. Alternatively, you may wish to learn more about the common signs of mice, which can also help to confirm if you do actually have a problem.
There are many different types of mice present in the U.S. The top 3 species considered to be major pests in this country are the house mouse, field mouse and white-footed mouse.
Deer mice are pests that prefer to live in wooded areas. They will, however, venture into homes, sheds and other buildings located in or around wooded areas. They can be destructive to wood structures as well as carriers of a number of potential health concerns.
House mice are active all year round, which means you could find them invading your business at any time.
The White-footed mouse can be found in the U.S. from mid-Maine south to North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Alabama and west to Montana, Colorado, and Arizona.