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Control of domestic rats and mice [by] Bayard F. Bjornson and Charles V. Wright.

Bayard F. Bjornson

Control of domestic rats and mice [by] Bayard F. Bjornson and Charles V. Wright.

[Rev.]

by Bayard F. Bjornson

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Bureau of State Services, Communicable Disease Center in Atlanta .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mice -- control,
  • Rat control

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesTraining guide: rodent control series
    ContributionsWright, Charles V.,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTX325 B56 1960
    The Physical Object
    Pagination26p.
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17520085M

    SELECTED REFERENCES GENERAL Mallis A. Handbook of pest control. MacNair Dorland Co., New York, pp. Metcalf, C.L., Flint, W.P., and Metcalf, R.L. Control of domestic rats and mice [by] Bayard F. Bjornson and Charles V. Wright. by Bjornson, Bayard F Call Number: Oak Street Facility [request only] B55C.

    Identification of Rats and Mice In order to control rats and mice, one must first be able to identify the species and the degree of infestation. The three commensal rodents are the Norway rat (Rattus norv egicus), the roof or black rat (Rattus rattus), and the house mouse (Mus musculus) (see Fig. 1). Norway rats burrow under foundations, floors. However, in some cases, domestic rats may survive and establish populations under natural or semi-natural conditions. Domestic rats in semi-natural conditions. Albino rats in an outdoor pen in Missouri, USA: Boice () released ten domestic rats (5 males, 5 females) in a large, fully-enclosed outdoor pen and studied them for two years. He.

    Here we take a closer look at the differences between mice and rats and effective pest management strategies for each type of rodent. All About Mice. Mice are generally smaller than rats, about centimeters in length and weighing between 10 and 30 grams. Mice can be gray, brown, or white in color, and they have long whiskers.   In addition to rats, plague can also exist in mice, ground squirrels, voles, chipmunks and rabbits. What usually happens is the host animal dies and the fleas seek another warm body to live on.


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Control of domestic rats and mice [by] Bayard F. Bjornson and Charles V. Wright by Bayard F. Bjornson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Control of domestic rats and mice [by] Bayard F. Bjornson and Charles V. Wright. [Bayard F Bjornson; Charles V Wright; Communicable Disease Center (U.S.)]. As one booklet in a series on rodent control, this training guide has been developed to assist administrators, rodent-control operators, and others responsible for rodent-control operations in the training of employees in this field.

Topics covered include rodents and human welfare, description and habits of domestic rats and mice, rodent-borne diseases, control of rodent populations Author: Bayard F.

Bjornson. Author(s): Bjornson,Bayard F; Wright,Charles V; Communicable Disease Center (U.S.) Title(s): Control of domestic rats and mice [by] Bayard F. Bjornson and Charles V. Wright. Author(s): Bjornson,Bayard F; Wright,Charles V; Communicable Disease Center (U.S.) Title(s): Control of domestic rats and mice [by] Bayard F.

Bjornson and Charles V. Wright. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Atlanta, U. Communicable Disease Center [] Description: 25 p. illus. Language: English LCCN: MeSH: Rodent. CONTROL OF DOMESTIC RATS AND MICE por Bayard F.

Bjornson y Charles V. Wright Departamento de Salud, Educación y Bienestar de los Estados Unidos de América Servicio de Salud Pública Centro de Enfermedades Trasmisibles Atlanta, Georgia Previa autorización del Servicio de Salud Pública, el material original ha sido tra.

Publisher: Atlanta, U. Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare, Public Health Service, Bureau of State Services, Communicable Disease Center. Rats and mice frequently gnaw on their surroundings.

Their teeth grow 4½ to 5½ inches per year and only gnawing keeps them short and sharp. Rats and mice are active mostly at night. Rats show greatest activity the first half of the night, if food is abundant. Mice usually are active at night both right after dark and between midnight and dawn.

mice or rats, the steps you must take to get rid of them are similar: 1. Remove the attraction (food and habitat) 2. Cut off access into the house (similar to weatherproofing) 3.

Trap Mice generally are easier to deal with than rats and can often be gotten rid of by just removing food sources and plugging up obvious holes.

Rats. Harbourage reduction can also result in rapid control of rats, if they have nowhere to hide, they will soon depart, providing the food source is not too easily accessible.

Rats need water too, ensure there is no easily available water ie: dripping tap. Unlike mice, rats cannot survive without regular water supply. Controlling the Rat-A Community Effort is also available in Portable Document Format (PDF).

Rats like to live where people live. They quickly adjust to the neighborhood. Rats can thrive on just an ounce of food and water daily, so when they enter a neighborhood and gain access to meat, fish. Mice, rats, and other rodents threaten food production and act as reservoirs for disease throughout the world.

In Asia alone, the rice loss every year caused by rodents could feed about Control of domestic rats and mice (Atlanta, U. Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare, Public Health Service, Bureau of State Services, Communicable Disease Center, []), by Bayard F.

Bjornson and Charles V. Wright (page images at HathiTrust) The normal development of the mammary gland of the male and female albino mouse / (Columbia, Mo. Although both mice and rats are known to walk around in dirty places, rats, being the larger of the two, tend to have greasy, dirty fur that leaves smudge marks on walls and along baseboards.

Mice and rats seek a warm and secluded place to set up their nests, find food and give birth to their young. Rodent Inspections, Rodent Exclusion, and Sanitation measures are critical in rodent control measures. We offer traps and mice for both mice control and for rat control programs. Using Rodent Baits.

When baiting initially, try not to disturb their original habitats or they may run to another area. Rats can bite sleeping children while trying to get bits of food that wasn’t washed off; Rats and mice start fires by gnawing matches and electrical wires.

The Norway Rat, roof rat, and house mouse are the mouse are the most persistent rodent populations in need of control. Norway Rats. Norway rats are most common along the sea and coasts and. It will get rid of the rats by making it difficult for them to enter the home or structure.

Rats are easier to exclude than mice because rats a typically larger. Mice can enter an opening as small as 3/8" wide. All openings greater that 1/4" should be sealed to exclude mice.

For rats, all openings greater that 1/2" should be sealed. Mouse vs Rat Differences Between Rats and Mice Mice.

Size: House mice measure 12 to 20 cm in length, including the tail, and weigh 12 to 30 grams.; Color: They may be white, brown or grey in color.; Head: Their snouts are triangular and feature long whiskers.; Tails: Mice have large, floppy ears and long, thin, hairy tails.; These rodents can be found throughout the world in a variety of.

The easiest distinguishing feature is the small size of the house mouse at cm long. However, a mouse can be confused with a young rat.

A mature mouse can be distinguished from a young rat by its larger ears and longer tail compared to its body length than the rat. Start studying Rats and Mice. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

Rats and mice move in because they are seeking food, shelter and breeding sites. By denying them these things, we can make the first and most important move towards getting rid of them.

Tidy up. Long grass, weeds, overgrown gardens, timber, sheet metal, cluttered sheds and junk piles provide the perfect environment for rats and mice to Size: KB. "Prepared and printedrevised andreprinted ".In contrast to the common domestic rat, the Dumbo rat's ears are lower down and its body is much stockier.

It has very short, fine fur and it can be found in a variety of colors; the most common of which are white, grey, light grey and light brown.Guiding principles in the Humane Control of Rats and Mice Scope It is often necessary to control rats and mice when they come into conflict with human interests.

It is a good principle, whether controlling using lethal or non-lethal means, to do so humanely: that is to prevent unnecessary suffering. The ideal is to control.