The pocket gopher is a rodent that is well adapted for its life underground. It has very small eyes and ears and large claws on its powerful front legs and is tan to grey-brown in color. The most common problem associated with gophers is the numerous mounds they deposit. They feed on roots or tubers of garden, ornamental or crop plants.
House mice are extremely prolific breeders. At 35 days of age they mature and carry embryos for 18 to 21 days. The average litter size is about six. They eat about the same kinds of food as do human beings, including meats…