Yosemite Visitor Dies of Rodent Borne Illness Associated Press – 1 hr 54 mins ago In this photo from Sunday Oct. 23, 2011, tents are seen in Curry Village in Yosemite National Park, Calif. A man died and a woman became seriously ill after contracting a rare rodent-borne disease that might have been linked to
From the Seattle Times... Jeff Babcock, owner of Zoka Coffee Roaster & Tea, has spent the past month learning a painful and public lesson in bureaucratic process. On Sept. 9, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration posted on its website a warning letter to Zoka, saying it had found evidence of rodent and insect
Pest controllers in the Puget Sound are fielding an increased number of calls as rodents leave their traditional burrows in favour of cosy wall cavities and ceiling insulation to combat the colder-than-usual winter nights. Stop Bugging Me Pest Control said at least six people were contacting the firm each day for advice on treatment for mice and rat invasions.
Rodents, namely mice and rats are creatures that create a lot of disturbance for homes, restaurants, offices, apartments and even in your home. They can be a hazard for a number of reasons. Rats and mice can destroy insulation and create holes in your foundation devaluing your home. Rats can chew through wires causing fire hazards. And all rodents, rats, mice and