Mice are common in all parts. Th house mice is a dusty grey in colour and measure overall from 110 to 150 mm (4 ½” -6″), with large ears and long tails.
The deer mouse is pale grey to reddish brown in colour and has a bi-coloured tail, white below and dark above.
Mice are nibblers and thus tend to make small holes or other slight damage in many places rather than a lot of damage at one place. The mouse has keen sense of touch, smell, and hearing. They can run, climb, jump and swim very well.
The house mouse is considered one of the major structural pests, causing serious economic loss, health hazards and an unsanitary environment.
House mice, eat about the same food as humans, including cereals, seeds, fruits and vegetables and are especially fond of sweet liquids. Because they nibble, thy may feed as often as 15 to 20 times each day consuming only a small amount of food each time. Deer mice feed on seeds, nuts, and insects.