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Return to Paradise (Do or Die)
Trafalgar Square is bereft of its vast flocks of pigeons and house mice disappear altogether. Sewer rats fare no better. "The reason we've got rats is because ... that glue a building together - partitions, insulation - materials that insects destroy by nesting in them. House sparrows, pigeons and other birds that nest inside city buildings are usually accompanied by insects ...
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Turning the tide: the eradication of invasive species
Thevenard Island, Western Australia (p. 213) D. ... Jones, and S. Harris Eradication of Norway rats (Rattus norvegicus) and house mouse (Mus musculus) from Browns Island (Motukorea), Hauraki Gulf, New ... J. Forsell, and E. N. Flint Direct and indirect effects of house mice on declining populations of a small seabird, the ashy storm ...
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northern saw whet owl
It feeds at night, dining mostly on deer mice. The northern saw whet owl is the smallest owl found in Illinois. It is only ... programs Quick Facts about saw whet owls: Diet: Deer mice make up most of the saw whet's diet. They also eat house mice, voles and small birds (particularly during migration times). Be ...
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ITEC Faculty
Cramer, K. L. and J. A. Chapman. 1990. Reproduction of three species of pocket mice (Perognathus) in the Bonneville Basin, Utah. Great Basin Nat. 50:361-365. Cramer, K. L ... :283-285. Cramer, K. L. 1988. Constant sex ratios of progeny in nutritionally stressed wild house mice. Southwest. Nat. 33:255-261. Carroll, S. P. and K. L. Cramer. 1985. Age differences ...
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Mice
Telling Mice Apart The house ... the house mouse's belly is light brown or buff.(4) The Life of the House Mouse The earliest record of house mice ... . In many cases of hantavirus syndrome, deer mice have been the carrier. House mice have not been identified as carriers.(5) ...
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Western Harvest Mice in Kansas
Weight: 0.4 - 0.6 ounces Comments: Western harvest mice resemble house mice and are sometimes seen when hay is harvested. They ... less than a year in the wild. Distribution: Western harvest mice range from southern Mexico through the western half of the ... in prairies and uncultivated croplands in Kansas. Food: Western harvest mice feed on seeds of grasses and wildflowers, young plants and ...
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Our Stolen Future: The womb mate effect in mice
Saal, F, and F. Bronson. 1980. Sexual characteristics of adult female mice are correlated with their blood testosterone levels during prenatal development. Science 208:597 ... 1984. The intrauterine position phenomenon: effects on physiology, aggressive behavior and population dynamics in house mice. in Biological Perspectives on Aggression, K. Flannelly, R. Blanchard and D. Blanchard (eds ...
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Controlling Voles (Meadow Mice)
Mice) Controlling Voles (Meadow Mice) Printer Friendly Version (PDF) Voles, also known as meadow mice, short-tailed mice, and orchard mice, can be serious pests of gardens, crops and orchards. Voles are often confused with house mice ... they can measure five to eight inches long, including the tail. Voles differ from house mice in that they are larger and have shorter tails and smaller ears. Voles ...
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Mice
Mice Naturally Healthy Earth Friendly Living "You must be the change you ... Yahoo Cultural Creatives Ring Dog Fun Directory Green Stores Suggestions Mice! Mice! Mice! By L.K. I found field mice in my garage a few months ago. I love having ... around the house. Those little creatures do not really deserve that. Catching and releasing is more humane. When you catch one, you will find that the mice are ...
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Mice
Mice Mice Deer Mouse (Peromyscus maniculatus) House Mouse (Mus musculus) Meadow Jumping Mouse (Zapus hudsonius) White-footed Mouse (Peromyscus leucopus) Woodland Jumping Mouse (Napaeozapus insignis)
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