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Critter Librarylittle critter control

In this section, we encourage you to learn a bit about the little critters that surround you and how to control them in the most humane and caring way.

 

 

mice little critter control

mice little critter control

Mice can carry a wide variety of diseases transmissible to humans. A very real problem with the infestation of mice is the Hantavirus which has been a threat in the arid southwestern part of the country.

learn about mice control»

 

rat little critter control

rat little critter control

Food contamination by their urine and feces is one of the major problems humans face with rats. Rats contaminate huge percentages of agricultural produce each year and have been known to contaminate food such as popcorn.

 

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wild rabbit little critter control

wild rabbit little critter control

These little critters can do considerable damage to flowers, vegetables, trees and shrubs any time of the year, especially in places such as suburban yards, rural fields and tree plantations.

 

learn about rabbit control»

 

deer little critter control

deer little critter control

Do you love watching deer? Yes, they are beautiful creatures but they can also cause extensive damage by feeding on plants and rubbing antlers against trees. Your own home landscape may become the major source of food for these critters around your area.

 

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squirrel little critter

squirrel little critter control

Squirrels have become a plague on birdfeeders throughout the country.  Havahart® brings you many tips to help control these little critters and offers a variety of repellents and traps that are both humane and effective.

 

learn about squirrel control»

 

raccoon little critter control

raccoon little critter control

Raccoons are at the very top of the list of critters out to destroy your vegetable garden. If you do not have a garden, then perhaps raccoons may find their way to your trash cans, curbside garbage or bird feeders.

 

learn about raccoon control»

 

skunk little critter control

skunk little critter control

Skunks provide more of a benefit than people think. They eat many insect pests that cause damage to your lawn and garden. Problems arise when they make homes in and around your home and when they spray.

 

learn about skunk control»

 

feral cat little critters control

feral cats little critter control

Stray or feral cats are a growing issue in the United States. Conservationists argue that feral cats contribute greatly to the killing of songbirds and other endangered birds, with estimates that bird loss is at 100 million a year due to predation.

 

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chipmunks littler critter control

chipmunks littler critter control

Chipmunks are cute little critters and members of the rodent family. They are usually inoffensive yet can become quite a nuisance. Chipmunks can ruin landscapes by digging holes around your lawn and gardens.

 

learn about chipmunk control»

 

 

groundhog little critter control

groundhog little critter control

Groundhogs can remove 700 pounds of soil to complete a 20 to 25-foot-long burrow with multiple chambers which pose a serious threat to agricultural and residential developments.

 

learn about groundhog control»

 

 

armadillo littler critter control

armadillo little critter control

Armadillos are known for their unique armored shell.  Armadillos are prolific diggers and use their sharp claws for digging dens and for food such as grubs.

 

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stray dog little critter control

muskrat little critter control

Muskrats live in wetlands and are very good swimmers, using their tail for propulsion in the water. Extensive burrow systems are dug in the ground adjacent to the water with an underwater entrance.

 

learn about muskrat control»

 

opossum little critter control

opossum little critter control

Opossums are opportunistic omnivores with a very broad range of diet. Their unspecialized biology, flexible diet and reproductive strategy make them successful colonizers and survivors in unsettled times.

 

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Vole Control

groundhog little critter control

Voles, also known as meadow mice, are often mistaken for the typical house mouse.  Gray in color, the most notable difference is the vole's much shorter tail.

 

learn about vole control»

 

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