Deer mice feed on seeds, nuts, and insects. They produce two to four litters a year, each litter generally containing five or more offspring. The lifespan of a deer mouse ranges between 2 to 24 months.
What Do They Look Like?
- Round and slender.
- 7-10 cm. long.
Where Do They Live?
- Make their nests in hollow logs, tree holes, and under piles of rocks.
How Do I Deal With Them?
The best way to deal with deer mice is to prevent them from entering your home by rat proofing all openings with a solid material that they can’t chew through, such as concrete. If they have already scurried into your home, call U.S Pest for a FREE inspection!