Search results for: “managing opossum damage”

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    Opossums are omnivores that can become a nuisance when they eat pet food, fruit on trees, pecans, seeds in bird feeders, and garbage in trash cans. They also carry murine...
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    Opossums are omnivores that can become a nuisance when they eat pet food, fruit on trees, pecans, seeds in bird feeders and garbage in trash cans. They also carry murine...
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    This publication discusses rabies, a disease that skunks can transmit. It also discusses the damage that skunks can cause. Suggestions for environmental and mechanical control are given, as well as...
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    Moles can cause damage to crops and livestock. This leaflet explains the proper way to set shocker loop traps and harpoon traps. Cultural controls and habitat modifications are discussed. Moles...
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    Armadillos are beneficial because they eat insects and other invertebrates, but they can damage lawns, gardens, and structural foundations. They also are believed to transmit leprosy to humans. This publication...
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    Beavers are important because their dams stabilize creek flow, slow runoff, and create ponds. However, these same dams can negatively alter the flow of creeks. Damage prevention, control and various...
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    This publication discusses badger damage and control methods....
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    Raccoons can cause much damage to attics, roofs, hen houses, gardens, orchards, lawns, pets, and people. This publication describes how to control raccoons and prevent raccoon infestations.
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    This publication discusses rabies, a diseases that skunks can transmit, and the damage that skunks can cause. Suggestions for environmental and mechanical control are given, as well as instructions on...
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    Raccoons can cause much damage to attics, roofs, hen houses, gardens, orchards, lawns, pets and people. This leaflet describes how to control raccoons and prevent raccoon infestations. (2 pages.)