Flying Squirrel

Flying Squirrels usually live in wooded areas and make their nests in trees. They usually enter homes in the late fall as the evening temperatures drop to nest for the winter. Their playful nature and nocturnal habits are what gives them away as homeowners either hear them scurrying around in the attic or coming and going after midnight.

 

 

Gray Squirrel

Gray Squirrels usually live in wooded areas and make their nests in trees. They usually enter homes in the late fall as the evening temperatures drop to nest for the winter. Their playful nature and early rising are what gives them away as homeowners either hear them scurrying around in the attic or coming and going at dawn.

 

 

House Mice

The house mouse is the most common rodent pest in most parts of the world. It can breed rapidly and adapt quickly to changing conditions.

 

 

Little Brown Bat

Bats are the only mammal that can fly and unlike birds, use both legs and wings to fly.

 

 

Norway Rats

These rats have smaller eyes and ears and shorter tails.

 

 

Opossum

Opossums are the only marsupial found in North America and have a repulsive musk-like odor.

 

 

Raccoon

Raccoons have extremely dense underfur and very sensitive fore paws. They have shown the ability to remember tasks up to three years later. They also have shown the ability to adapt to the urban environment.

 

 

Roof Rats

Roof rats get their name from their tendency to be found in the upper parts of buildings. Ranging in size from 6 to 8 inches in length, not including their tails, they have very poor vision and are color blind. They do have extremely strong senses of hearing, smell, touch and taste. 

 

Snakes

Snakes are usually just passing through. If you are not familiar with them, you should leave them to a professional to be sure they haven't taken up residency.