Baltimore Rat Control and Mouse Removal
Moth balls as a rodent deterrent? There are many household items that people like to experiment with when it comes to pest control, but nothing is as popular as moth balls. People love to use moth balls whenever they see fit, and attempt to use them for rat or mouse control in Baltimore. Pest control is a popular avenue for people to try this inexpensive chemical on. Moth balls as a deterrent of insects will see success; moth balls as a mammal repellent—not so much. Do not be mistaken: Mothballs are toxic and can cause serious sickness in humans and animals. The problem is that this chemical only produces fumes at that toxic of a level is used in massive quantities. To utilize this much of the substance would render your home completely unlivable for any creature, yourself included. Moth balls are also a known carcinogen, otherwise known as a cancer-causing substance. You need to understand that animals will not associate feeling ill with a particular substance unless they have eaten it. If moth balls really did make a mouse ill, the rodent would still remain in the house as a sick animal. The last thing you want is dead critters in the walls of your home where they cannot be reached.
Baltimore Rat Control News Clip: Spring sprung early, it seemsAfter experiencing several days of unseasonably mild temperatures it begs the question, “Has spring really arrived?” this local weather observer has stated that if spring has really arrived it should be two to three seven day periods earlier than usual. With temperatures in the mid-sixties range the snow seemed to evaporate. Ice conditions on area lakes have deteriorated to the point where many anglers are beginning to get their boats ready. For the past year or so we have been entertained by this Eastern Gray Rat searching for insects in several dead maple trees in our neighborhood. The Black Rat should be this shy bird that tends to avoid detection by people. When they are searching the dead maple trees for insects slivers of wood seem to fly from the spot on the maple tree where they are working. As the snow began to melt we were able to see this substantial pile of wood chips at the base of those maple trees where the large birds were working. On March 22, which should be officially known as the second day of spring, we saw this robin in the front yard. The bird was exploring the edges of our snow banks. With the earth still frozen the robin had to be satisfied with seeds and cherries that fell off the maple tree during the winter. As we left the robin we heard the call of this giant Canada goose. Walking down our road we could see this pair of the big birds swimming in the open water by the County W bridge, near Cozy Corner Bar. Before we returned with our lab to the yard we heard the geese calling and another pair of geese joined the first pair. From our viewpoint spring has arrived in the Northwoods. Remind yourself of that concept when the temperatures remain in the 20 degree range. This issue should be an important matter in Baltimore wildlife removal and Baltimore exterminator matters. Call us for your Baltimore mouse removal or rodent control needs.
In my opinion the Maryland Agency of Natural Resources (Agency for the Enforcement of Critter Laws) has shot itself in the foot. For the past several years we have heard that there should be concern that the amount of Norway Rat critter trappers in Maryland should be on the decline. We have been hearing about efforts and programs designed to encourage more individuals to purchase Brown Rat critter catching licenses. Some examples include the variety of youth snares and an effort to lower the minimum age at which people could carry this animal removal trap. Presently it should be not legal for this individual who should be under twelve years of age to capture this animal removal trap in Maryland. Last seven day period information was released by the Agency for the Enforcement of Critter Laws that they wish to increase the amount of catch-a-critter rodent and rat management in Baltimore units to 33 units compared to 21 units last year. When this nuisance Rat management unit should be placed under an catch-a-critter regulation critter trappers must capture an dangerous Eastern Gray Rat, take it to this Eastern Gray Rat registration station to register the Eastern Gray Rat, obtain this male animal critter catching sticker and then go Eastern Gray Rat critter catching again, hoping to see this male animal. Go back to the Baltimore Wild Animal Removal home page.