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Other Critters

 

Indiana bat

Bats

house mouse

House Mice

Rats

     

mole damage

Moles

Voles

chipmunk

Chipmunks

     

gray squirrel

Squirrels

Woodchucks (Groundhogs)

raccoon

Raccoons

     

porcupine in tree

Porcupine

skunk

Skunks

deer in field

Deer

     

Canada Geese with young

Canada Geese

turkeys in field

Turkeys

woodpecker

Woodpeckers

     

sparrow in tree

Starlings, Crows and Sparrows

northern ringneck snake

Snakes

slug

Slugs and Snails

     

Spiders

   

 

Not sure what's causing your damage? Try Internet Center for Wildlife Damage Management. It includes sections for identifying wildlife from damage and scat and much more—Cornell University, Clemson University, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Utah State University

 

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[Photos, left to right: (bats) U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; (mice); (rats); (moles); (voles) USDA Forest Service - North Central Research Station Archive, USDA Forest Service, Bugwood.org; (chipmunk) David Cappaert, Michigan State University, Bugwood.org; (squirrels) Joseph LaForest, University of Georgia, Bugwood.org; (woodchuck) Gilles Gonthier; (raccoon) Ricky Layson, Ricky Layson Photography, Bugwood.org; (porcupine) Joseph O'Brien, USDA Forest Service, Bugwood.org; (skunk) Alfred Viola, Northeastern University, Bugwood.org; (deer) David Cappaert, Michigan State University, Bugwood.org; (Canada geese) Chris Evans, River to River CWMA, Bugwood.org; (turkeys) Paul Bolstad, University of Minnesota, Bugwood.org; (woodpeckers) Johnny N. Dell, Bugwood.org; (sparrows, crows, starlings) Terry Spivey, USDA Forest Service, Bugwood.org; (snakes) Chris Evans, River to River CWMA, Bugwood.org; (slugs and snails) Joseph Berger, Bugwood.org; (spiders) Lesley Ingram, Bugwood.org]

 
It is the policy of the State of Maine to minimize reliance on pesticides. The Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry and the Maine IPM Council encourage everyone to practice integrated pest management and to use pesticides only as a last resort. The mention of pesticides in the fact sheets linked to these pages does not imply an endorsement of any product. Be sure that any product used is currently registered and follow all label directions.