https://www.thedailyworld.com/news/moles-and-their-hills-how-to-get-rid-of-them/ DAN HAMMOCKTue Apr 17th, 2018 1:00amNEWS Not to make a mountain out of a mole hill, but moles really can do a number on lawns and gardens across Grays Harbor County. One notable and highly visible spot that perfectly highlights the damage these critters can do is on U.S. 101 in Cosmopolis, a chunk of property riddled with mole hills along the Chehalis River owned by Weyerhaeuser across the street from Advanced … [Read more...] about Moles and their hills: how to get rid of them
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Roof rats are invading California farms
http://www.freshplaza.com/article/191019/Roof-rats-are-invading-California-farms Destroying fruit, nuts and irrigation lines Roof rats, a common problem for city dwellers, are migrating to California farms and nibbling on everything from avocados to irrigation tubing. According to University of California scientists, last year's wet weather created a perfect environment for the quick-breeding rats to flourish. Ample rain helped produce an abundance of weeds and weed seeds, a good source … [Read more...] about Roof rats are invading California farms
Rodents dig up human remains in old Stamford cemetery
https://www.stamfordadvocate.com/local/article/Human-bones-dug-up-by-animals-in-old-Stamford-12734931.php By John Nickerson Updated 1:43 pm, Wednesday, March 7, 2018 A mound of fresh dirt in the foreground is where police found human bone fragments earlier this week in a near-forgotten cemetery in Springdale. Photo: John Nickerson / Staff Photo: John Nickerson / Staff IMAGE 1 OF 3 A mound of fresh dirt in the foreground is where police found human bone fragments earlier this week in a … [Read more...] about Rodents dig up human remains in old Stamford cemetery
How to Identify Slug or Snail Damage
http://www.allaboutslugs.com/how-to-identify-slug-or-snail-damage/ “What’s eating my plants?” That’s the call we got one spring morning after our young friend Marcie ventured out to check her garden. The sun was shining, dew sparkled on the grass and all was right with the world. Everything, that is, except her row of new lettuce seedlings. Last week they had looked so promising – little green gems that were sprouting new leaves and growing vigorously despite the rainy weather. Now, instead of … [Read more...] about How to Identify Slug or Snail Damage
Critter of the Week: 13-lined ground squirrel
http://www.devilslakejournal.com/news/20170305/critter-of-week-13-lined-ground-squirrel By FRANCIS SKALICKY, Missouri Department of Conservation Species: Thirteen-lined ground squirrel Scientific name: Spermophilus tridecemlineatus Nicknames: Striped gopher Claim to fame: In spring, groundhogs are the mammals that get most of the attention when they arouse from hibernation. However, they're not the only mammals ending their "winter sleep." Thirteen-lined ground squirrels are … [Read more...] about Critter of the Week: 13-lined ground squirrel
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Are rodents worse in winter?
http://www.bendbulletin.com/lifestyle/4946687-151/are-rodents-worse-in-winter By Mike LaFollette / Angie’s List Published Jan 3, 2017 at 12:02AM Winter’s return means more time inside, but you’re not the only one seeking shelter. As temperatures drop, mice and rats head indoors in search of food and warmth. “There isn’t a home in this world that doesn’t have mice,” says Robin Wilkes, owner of Critter Control of Indianapolis. “Everyone has at least a few mice coming in and out, or living … [Read more...] about Are rodents worse in winter?