138 search results for rodents

Looking ahead to fall – and rodent season
https://www.clarkpest.com/commercial-pest-control/looking-ahead-to-fall-and-rodent-season
. Rodents will be seeking new sources of food, water, and shelter to replace existing supplies, which have dwinded due to summer’s excessive heat and dry conditions. Park says that rodents have begun, has seen evidence of rodents chewing on plastic water bottles in distribution centers or grocery stores. “Rodents will rub up against a case of bottled water, and through the vibration, know liquid is inside,” he says. Cooler evening temperatures are also prompting rodents, especially mice
The Case for Maintaining A Complete Rodent Management Tool Box
https://www.clarkpest.com/commercial-pest-control/the-case-for-maintaining-a-complete-rodent-management-tool-box
protect the food supply consumers around the world enjoy from rodents. The crux of the proposed, industry and consumers at risk. “Rodents must be controlled to maintain a safe food supply and protect, to a rodent infestation. “Rodents reproduce quickly and in large numbers, and if pest, weeks for a permit to be granted.” To control rodents – a notoriously difficult pest to manage, manage rodents with just trapping and exclusion.” How are pest management professionals demonstrating
There Is a Mouse in the House
Mice can be a big problem during the winter months. We at Clark Pest Control have provided a list of signs that you have mouse in your house.
https://www.clarkpest.com/blog/there-is-a-mouse-in-the-house
Did you know that rodents will invade approximately 21 million homes this winter? That statistic, – that these furry little intruders have no intention of taking the winter off! Rodents, especially house mice, are the most active of winter pests. Like many pests, rodents seek warmer digs in the winter, preferably with an abundant supply of food, water and nesting materials. Rodents are a crafty bunch, – to enter your home. Rodents only need an opening of ¼- to ½-inch to gain access to your home. And, unlike
Taming Nuisance Wildlife Around Your Home
https://www.clarkpest.com/blog/taming-nuisance-wildlife-around-your-home
, and depleting food and water sources make rodents along with nuisance wildlife including squirrels, raccoons, , rodents and nuisance wildlife are not only difficult and costly to eradicate, but they can also pose, Rodents, raccoons and squirrels often find their way into homes via uncapped chimneys, broken vents, for rodents and nuisance wildlife (and other pests). Make sure they are covered and positioned away from your home. Cut Back Vegetation Pests of all varieties, including rodents and small wildlife
Rodent Control-Two confirmed cases of plague in dead squirrels
The Tri-County Health departments were called to investigate two squirrels found in the area of Third Street and Hillside Drive in Castle Rock Colora
https://www.clarkpest.com/blog/rodent-control-two-confirmed-cases-of-plague-in-dead-squirrels
The Tri-County Health departments were called to investigate two squirrels found in the area of Third Street and Hillside Drive in Castle Rock Colorado. They have confirmed that these two animals indeed had the plague. If you see any dead or sick looking rodents of any kind, you should stay, are being warned to protect themselves and their pets from exposure to rodents that may carry fleas, by fleas that live on rodents such as prairie dogs, squirrels and rabbits. Infected rodents become sick
Mice-The Most Problematic Rodent
https://www.clarkpest.com/blog/mice-the-most-problematic-rodent
was the Norway rat at 48percent, followed by the roof rat at 38 percent. Let’s face it: rodents, been stored in the garage. Even though rodents are crafty, don’t despair. There are preventive measures that you and your neighbors can take to keep rodents out. By partnering with Clark Pest Control on a comprehensive rodent management initiative, together we can prevent rodents (and other pests, the Clark Man to help keep unwanted rodents out of your house this year: • Seal vents and access points
2 days till Christmas..oh forget it, its Christmas Eve!! - Pest Tips
So tonight is the big night
https://www.clarkpest.com/blog/2-days-till-christmas-pest-tips
So tonight is the big night, weather you are hosting a holiday party or attending one, be sure to keep things tidy to avoid unwanted holiday visitors! What can be lurking around your tree? It is the season for Ants, Termites and Rodents, these 3 Grinches want to ruin your Christmas so take a stand by doing the following: Rodents: Make sure all access points are sealed up, primarily around plumbing that comes into the house. All doors are fitted with door sweeps Excess card board
Lodi pest controller set to start helping in Haiti
Source Sacbee.com Published Friday APR.30 2010 A 12-person delegation of pest control experts – including Terry Clark of Lodi-based Clark Pest Cont
https://www.clarkpest.com/blog/lodi-pest-controller-set-to-start-helping-in-haiti
in Haiti continue to grapple with homelessness. "There are still a lot of food sources for rodents, months without any control, the rodents are breeding and multiplying … and with the rainy season
Spring is here, and so are pests!
https://www.clarkpest.com/blog/spring-is-here-and-so-are-pests!
the following: Ants Mosquitoes Rodents Aphids and whiteflies Fleas and ticks Cockroaches, playground equipment, and patio furniture. While rodents are a year-round pest, their activity levels, , or to food preparation or eating areas (e.g., your kitchen), rodents can pose a threat to the structural integrity of your home. Rodents are a leading a cause of electrical fires in homes because
Oil Spill Workers vs. Black Widows and Brown Recluse Spiders
Black widow spiders brown recluse spiders Fire ants poisonous plants and snake bites are the stuff of nightmares and just a few of the man
https://www.clarkpest.com/blog/oil-spill-workers-vs-black-widows-and-brown-recluse-spiders-
Snakes, Insects, and Rodents Poisonous Plants Drowning Personal Protective
Get A Free QuoteNo matter what pest is bugging you, Clark can help!
Same-day Solutions.

Click Here.