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Trapping Deer Mice in USFS Facilities

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Published on Aug 16, 2012

This video, produced for use by the United State Forest Service Region 5 in California, provides information on trapping deer mice indoors. Aerosolized deer mouse urine, feces and saliva may transmit hantavirus to humans, so it is important to safely trap and remove mice from buildings. The video discusses how to identify signs of mouse activity indoors; the types of traps; proper trap baiting, setting, placement, and disposal.

This video was produced by the Vector-Borne Disease Section, California Department of Public Health.

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