mice bugging servicesWhat’s Bugging You? Mice

Damage: House mice contaminate food sources with their saliva and feces, damage many structural materials, including wood, fiberglass, insulation, etc., and may pose a fire hazard if chewing on electrical wiring.

Habitat: House mice live in and around homes, farms, commercial establishments, as well as in open fields and agricultural lands. The onset of cold weather each fall in temperate regions is said to cause mice to move into structures in search of shelter and food. The nest of a mouse is usually ball-shaped and consists of shredded fibrous material such as paper, burlap, and stems, leaves, twigs, etc. It may be lined with hairs, feathers and shredded cloth.

Breeding: Mice usually bear a litter of five to six young, following a 21 to 23-day gestation period. White-footed mice may have more than one litter per year, and house mice living indoors can have up to 10 litters per year. Young mice are weaned at about 21 days, and females can mate at about 35 to 49 days. Life span is usually short, ranging from four to 20 months. Mice do not hibernate, but white-footed mice may become completely inactive for a few days when winter weather is severe.

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