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There are many different types of mice present in the U.S.
The top 3 species considered to be a major pest in this country are the House Mouse, Field Mouse and White-Footed Mouse.
(Apodemus sylvaticus / Peromyscus maniculatus)
Field mice (also referred to as Deer Mice) rarely venture into inhabited buildings but in the winter months, they will enter sheds and other backyard structures where fruit and vegetables are stored.
Field mice are a big threat to businesses operating in farming and agriculture.
House mice are active all year round, which means you could find them invading your home or business at any time.
The White-footed Mouse can be found in eastern U.S. from mid-Maine south to North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Alabama; west to Montana, Colorado, and Arizona.
Homes located near forests and brushlands, or bordering agricultural lands, may be at risk from this rodent.
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