Welcome to Pest Animal Removal San Bernardino! We are a wildlife removal company servicing San Bernardino, CA. When do we work? 24/7 - around the clock. Most of the wildlife you’ll encounter is nocturnal, and we know that those pests won’t take the day off. We won’t either. We’ll answer our phones 24/7, and our staff are informative and polite, even in the middle of the night. We can usually offer you a same-day / emergency appointment for those desperate situations, and for when you can resolve the problem yourself, we’ll give you all the information you need over the phone for free. Our telephone staff and locally working technicians are super friendly, and we’re all fully insured and licensed to do the job. We like to do things the human way too, without the need to resort to poisons or fumigants. We are not exterminators - that’s not what we do. We use exclusion devices and, at a push, live cage traps to ensure those pesky critters are taken away the right way. You’ll find that our prices are competitive, and we work with only the best tools in the industry. We’ve been dong what we do for over a decade, so we know the right and wrong ways to do things, and we’ve built up quite the portfolio of tricks and hacks over the years. For a free quote today, or just some free advice, give us a call! Call us now at 909-342-6844 for your San Bernardino wildlife control needs.
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If you are on a mission to trap San Bernardino mice, there are definitely plenty of strategic advice you can find to
make the job easier. On the hand, if your desire is to simply remove a house mouse one way or another,
going by the simple principle of using snap traps would be a simple solution. However, since trapping
and releasing live mice is also acceptable, you can do that with putting in just a little more extra
effort. Whichever method of removing California mice from your home you choose, a thorough inspection of your
space and the situation is an initial and most important step.
Before you actually get into trapping mice, the best thing for you to do would be to assess the situation. You should try to determine the exact number of mice you have in your home. Pay attention to the possible presence of the rat baby nest. If you discover a nest of live mice babies in your San Bernardino home, the advice would be to trap the mother alive and remove the family together. The next important step for you to take would be to inspect your home for any holes and gaps that mice might use to get inside. The rule is, any gap or hole wider than an inch is a possible mouse entry point. Since trapping and releasing mice while simultaneously allowing more mice to enter your home is pointless, you should repair and seal these soft spots in your California home before you start trapping.
When it comes to trapping mice, there are some specific California mice behaviors you should consider first. Unlike other critter pests and wild animals, you can't really count on mice to leave traces of specific moving patterns. You can, however, note some clues that might tell you which spots in your home mice use to move around and hide. The presence of mouse feces and urine is a reliable sign that the animals will go back to that spot, or at least move around within the area. For example, if you find mice traces behind your fridge or china cabinet, these are good spots to place your traps. Logically thinking, these are also the spots San Bernardino mice will use to hide and move around without being noticed.
The next step is to choose and place a right type of trap. What some people recommend is to set a snap trap and place it inside of a paper bag. This way, you have a chance of trapping the California mouse and you also can remove a live mouse from your home if you spot it in time. If you only have a single mouse to trap and you want to release it afterward, there are several ideas for you to do that effectively. For those who have the time to monitor mice and traps constantly, some claim simply placing the bait inside of a paper bag and waiting for the mouse to get inside would be enough. You can pick up the bag along with the mouse inside and release far from your home. This is also a quite sanitary solution because you will not get in contact with either the animal or its feces or urine. The next type of humane traps people often use on mice is simple tall glasses or other narrow, tall dishes with the bait placed inside. Place the bait inside a tall glass, for example, and use a metal string or any other type of a thin tool to create a climbing tool for the mouse. Once the San Bernardino animal gets inside the trap, it will remain live and unharmed, without the possibility of escaping.