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Pest Control Liverpool, Pest Control Wirral, Pest Control Chester, Ellesmere Port, Pest Control Birkenhead, Bebington, Wallasey, Runcorn, Pest Control Warrington
MerseyPest News/Blog
Rodent Bait
10/31/2012 1:05:31 PM
Re stocked for winter. The days are definately getting colder and there are certainly many more rodents coming inside.

The photo shows loose grain bait in the 20kg sacks, rat blocks, mouse blocks and storm blocks in the 3kg tubs.

Phone Recourse Pest Control for rodent control in Wirral, Ellesmere Port and Chester.

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Live Capture Trap
10/30/2012 8:39:45 AM
A live capture trap in a roof space. The trap is pre baited with peanut butter and the trap is left open and tied so it can't be set off. This increases the capture rate as animals are cautious the first time entering a trap. After a week the trap will be re baited and set to catch. The next time the animal enters it won't be cautious of the trap and will be caught.

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Tamper Resistant Boxes
10/28/2012 7:44:47 AM
These are pictures of tamper resistant boxes used to control mice infestations. They have been taken out of an outbuilding which was found to have mouse droppings in. All the baits in all the bait boxes has been almost completely eaten. The boxes will be refilled and put back into the outbuilding. In this particular case the door is very poorly fitting. Bristle strip needs to be fitted to prevent mice getting in again.

Phone Recourse Pest Control for rodent control in Wirral, Chester, Ellesmere Port and Runcorn.

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southport plane
10/27/2012 10:26:25 PM
A little photo of the plane model in the middle of the roundabout on Shore Road, Southport.

Click here for more info on the plane and why its there.
angle shades
10/25/2012 5:47:25 PM
A nice interesting moth I found on my drive today. Its an angle shades moth (Phlogophora meticulosa). It is a common UK moth that flies at night and rests in the day on fences and trees. In this case on a red brick on my drive. I'm sure it'd make a tasty meal for a passing sparrow!

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mouse trap2
10/24/2012 5:24:26 PM
Mouse Trap
10/24/2012 5:08:48 PM
Mice can be treated for in many ways. One method is by using break back traps. They have many advantages.

1.) The dead rodent is removed from the property. Sometimes when baits are used the rodent can die in a hard to reach area and cause unpleasant smells.

2.) The type of mouse can be identified which helps in understanding the infestation.

3.) There is no poison left on site so no risk of accidental poisoning or secondary poisoning. Non target species can either eat the bait directly or eat rodents that have died from the poison.

4.) Foods that the mice are eating in a premise can be used as baits.

5.) Traps can be used without bait when the mice have well used runs between their feeding areas.

This is a photo of a field mouse that has been caught today in a customers house. She specified that she didn't want any poison on site because both her cats and her dog eats mice. The traps were left down for a few days with a small smear of peanut butter on the trap plates. The traps have been left in till next week to ensure there are no more mice. The next step is for her to proof her house to prevent further mouse ingress.

Phone Recourse Pest Control for mouse control in Wirral, Ellemsere Port, Chester and Runcorn.

0800 206 1905
Field Mouse
10/21/2012 10:41:08 PM
A picture of a field mouse I caught today. In this particular case it is thought the family cat brought it in.

It took over half an hour chasing the field mouse around the room trying to guide it into a shoe box with a hole cut in it.

If it was a house mouse it would have had to be caught on glue boards and disposed of. 

This field mouse has been given a second chance.

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Mouse Activity
10/21/2012 9:48:42 AM
We are now moving firmly into the rodent season. Over the last 3 weeks I've had almost as many call outs for mice as I've had for wasps. The colder nights and less food in the environment are bringing mice scavenging indoors.

This is a photo of tamper resistant mouse boxes with a rodenticide bait inserted on a spike inside each box. Each bait has got a different amount of rodent damage on it, some are almost entirely eaten with only a residue left in the box. This amount of bait eaten indicates more than one mouse.

Phone Recourse Pest Control for rodent treatments.

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Runcorn Bridge
10/20/2012 5:13:19 PM
A photo of the Runcorn Bridge. Always nice to take a few snap shots whilst on different parts of my patch.

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