Pest ID
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Easily recognizable by their well-know ringed tail and masked face, raccoons are common throughout North America. However, they are very common in urban areas and less common in most rural areas. They are primarily nocturnal, so most of their mischief

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Opossums look like giant rats, with pointed snouts and skinny, hairless tails. Adult opossums average just 10-14 lbs and do not have a very long lifespan. Rarely do they live more than two years. Opossums are nocturnal and omnivores, so

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Skunks are furry little animals that you can smell from a distance away once they have sprayed. Skunk spray is very difficult to remove and can linger for a very long time, especially if a home gets sprayed. Skunks spray

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Feral pigeons are responsible for untold millions of dollars of damage each year. The uric acid in their feces is highly corrosive. Also, debris from roosting flocks can build up, backing up gutters and drains thus causing damage to roofs

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Hibernating during the winter months, Big brown bats often roost in different locations in the summer months. Winter roosts tend to be natural subterranean locations such as caves and underground mines where temperatures remain stable.

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Chipmunks are small rodents. They are approximately 7-9.8 inches in length. They tend to look smaller than squirrels, having less mass, and a smaller tail. They are usually brownish-reddish in color and have stripes down their backs and face.

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The common squirrels of this area are the gray squirrel (shown here), the red squirrel, the fox squirrel and the flying squirrel. Squirrels are rodents and are usually about 7-9.8 inches in length. Squirrels are identified by their bushy tail

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