These stocky, burrowing rats arrived in North America by accident when settlers where traveling by boat from Europe. Norway rats will eat just about anything, but prefer cereal grains, nuts, meats and fish. These rats are nocturnal, mostly coming out at night and have poor eyesight, forcing them to use their keen sense of smell to locate food.
What Do Norway Rats Look Like?
- Course fur.
- Brown or reddish gray with white belly.
How Do I Deal With Norway Rats?
Norway Rats are capable of causing structural damage to homes when burrowing and also carry diseases. If you find them sneaking around your home, make sure to call U.S. Pest! We offer a FREE inspection to help determine the best solution for resolving your pest problem.