Both Deer and House Mice breed year round indoors and out. As cold weather sets in, mice outdoors probe the exterior perimeter of buildings at night seeking shelter for the winter. Outdoors, they feed on insects, grains, and bird seed. They follow pipes, holes in the foundation, and any other opening they can find to enter a building. Once inside, they forage for food, such as dead insects, kitchen scraps, and pantry items, primarily at night. Once established indoors, they investigate their territory multiple times a night looking for food.
Pest bird problems include the Common Starling, Pigeon, and English or House Sparrow. They can become an unsightly nuisance at your home or commercial property. Their droppings ruin surfaces and may harbor human diseases.