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Birds, Mammals, and Reptiles

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Birds, Mammals, and Reptiles
Birds on Tree Fruits and Vines: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Wild birds are common, hungry visitors to backyard fruit and nut trees. Almonds and early ripening cherries are among the hardest hit, but most home fruit and nut crops are vulnerable. Learn how to keep these feathered friends out of your food supply.

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California Ground Squirrel: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
The California ground squirrel, Spermophilus beecheyi, is one of the most troublesome pests to homeowners and gardeners. It is found in nearly all regions of California except for the Owens Valley southward into the desert regions.

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Cliff Swallows: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Swallows, particularly cliff swallows, Hirundo pyrrhonota, often live in close proximity to people. While enjoyable to watch, cliff swallows nesting in colonies on buildings and other structures can become a nuisance.

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Coyotes: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Coyotes have a reputation for causing trouble that goes back thousands of years. They are still at it today, damaging livestock and irrigation equipment and even straying into suburban areas. Learn to recognize coyotes and where to turn for help.

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Deer: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Most people enjoy seeing deer in the wild. Unfortunately, however, deer can be very destructive to gardens, orchards, and landscaped areas, particularly in foothill and coastal districts where nearby woodlands provide cover.

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Feral Poultry: How to Construct a User-Friendly Trap
Feral poultry -- whether escaped domestic birds or their offspring born in the wild -- cause property damage and other hazards. Traps used for live-trapping mammals are ineffective against these birds. Learn how to build and use a simple, effective trap.

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House Mouse: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
The house mouse is one of the most troublesome rodents in the United States. They thrive under a variety of conditions; are found in and around homes and commercial structures as well as in open fields and agricultural lands.

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Lawns 'n' Dogs
If you feel you have to choose between your best friend and your lawn, you are not alone. This brief guide will help you have both a green lawn and a (ahem) relieved dog!

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Lizards: Pest Notes for Home and Garden
Although some lizards eat plants, most feed on insects. Lizards cause no measurable damage to plants in gardens and should be left alone.

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Moles: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Moles live underground in a network of shallow tunnels where they capture worms, insects, and other invertebrates. Their burrowing can dislodge plants and dry out their roots; in lawn areas the resulting mounds and ridges are unsightly and disfiguring.

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Opossum: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
The opossum (Didelphis virginiana) is the only native North American marsupial. It is about the size of a house cat, has coarse grayish fur, a pointed face, and hairless, rounded ears.

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Pocket Gophers: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Pocket gophers are burrowing rodents often invade yards and gardens, and feed on many garden crops, ornamental plants, vines, shrubs, and trees. A single gopher moving down a garden row can inflict considerable damage in a very short time.

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Rabbits: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Rabbits are enjoyed by many people but they can be destructive to gardens and landscaped areas. The black-tailed hare or jackrabbit, the desert cottontail, and the brush rabbit are widespread and cause the majority of problems in California.

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Raccoons: Pest Notes for the Home and Landscape
Raccoons are omnivorous, eating both plants and animals. In urban settings, in addition to feeding on backyard fruits, nuts, and vegetables, they scavenge from garbage cans, compost piles, and pet food left outside overnight.

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Rats: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Rats are some of the most troublesome and damaging rodents. They consume and contaminate food, damage structures and property, and transmit parasites and diseases. In California the most troublesome rats are the roof rat and the Norway rat.

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Rattlesnakes: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
The rattlesnake is California’s only native venomous snake. Six species are found in various areas of the state. These snakes are an important part of the ecosystem, feeding on rodents, birds, and other small animals.

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Skunks: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
There is cause for concern when skunks take up residence in an urban or suburban area because in California they are primary carriers of rabies.

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Tree Squirrels: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Squirrels sometimes cause damage around homes and gardens, where they feed on a variety of plants. Learn safe management and control methods for this clever pest.

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Voles (Meadow Mice): Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Voles are mouselike rodents somewhat similar in appearance to pocket gophers. The clearest signs of their presence are the aboveground runways that connect burrow openings. Most problems around homes and gardens occur during outbreaks of vole populations.

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Wildlife Pest Control Around Gardens and Homes, 2nd Ed.
From cliff swallows to rattlesnakes, bats to voles, deer to woodpeckers, this volume will help you identify, appraise, and monitor your wildlife pest situation.
DPR test material.

Publication Number:: 21385
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Wildlife Pest Control Around Homes and Gardens (Minor Damage)
From cliff swallows to rattlesnakes, bats to voles, deer to woodpeckers, this volume will help you identify, appraise, and monitor your wildlife pest situation.
DPR test material.

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Woodpeckers: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Woodpeckers come into conflict with people when they use human dwellings in their search of food, or as a surface for territorial/social drumming, or for nest construction. Such activities create disturbing noises and may cause structural damage.

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