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Bonita Springs Wildlife Control

Bonita Springs is full of wildlife! Many Florida animals, such as raccoons, squirrels, and of course rats & mice are much more common in cities and suburbs than "out in the woods". These animals often come into conflict with people. If you're having a Bonita Springs wild animal problem that you need resolved, give me a holler at 239-829-5372.



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Bonita Springs Wildlife News: Rat Biology

Habitat
Brown rat has replaced the black ones in majority of the areas where humans are residing. Furthermore change in the structure and material of the building favored brown rats over the black rats as far as burrowing was concerned. Since brown rats are in habit of eating a huge variety of stuff they have evolved in such a Bonita Springs pest control way that their bodies have started resisting extreme weathers. If humans are not their browns rats enjoy damper environment more for instance river banks.

Life Cycle
Throughout the year brown rats have the tendency to breed if the breeding conditions are suitable for the female and the male. A female ends up breeding 5 litters a year. The pregnancy period is for 21 days only. Rats end up being sexually active approximately after 5 weeks so that means Bonita Springs animal control rats population if climate supports can be very dense in an areas once they started residing in it.

Rats end up creating a huge problem for the local people as majority of the Bonita Springs exterminator repellents available at store are not working perfectly and secondly they become accustomed to the potent smell so quickly that repellents are no more repellents. The secondly option than people are left with is the killing part and that in itself is a problem