Field Mice Control

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Often confused with the mouse, the field-mouse really exists on her own scientific name of Apodemus. This small rodent has larger ears than mice, its eyes and hind legs are taller. They can multiply very rapidly because of their high reproduction rate.

Capital Wildlife Control’s technicians have been specially trained to spot and identify entrance points of field mice. The strategic and systematic elimination of all field-mouse is the least expensive and the most efficient method to solve an infestation problem. Making sure to block all possible access points is pertinent. Poisoning and trapping mice can do harm to humans and their pets. Plus, these methods don’t bring real long-term solutions and do not limit reproduction; worse, they leave dead field mice in the walls and in the attics. Our elimination technique without poison is built on decades of research and proven results, making Capital Wildlife Control one of the leaders in animal wildlife control.
Capital Wildlife Control’s wildlife elimination and control strategy is reliable, sure, and humane. Our intervention includes the identification and the cleaning of all contaminated materials that can pose serious health risks. Capital Wildlife Control’s technician will help you choose the best cleaning techniques to disinfect attics or insulation, depending on the level of contamination. Return quickly to a normal life again in a safe and sane environment for your family.
  • The field-mouse lives only 18 to 20 months at the most. Few of them survive from one summer to the next.
  • The field-mouse is very agile, it can make very large jumps (up to 80 cm).
  • The field-mouse climbs on the trees.
  • Field-mouse droppings are larger than those of mice (3 to 5 mm long).
  • The female gives birth to 4 to 6 babies per years.
  • Every year, it's causing damage to crops, eating corn, wheat and oats.