They nest in elevated areas like roofs, trees, and upper floors of buildings. They construct nests using materials like leaves, twigs, and paper.
They can be found in a variety of environments, including sewers, buildings, and outdoor burrows. They are adaptable and can thrive in urban and rural settings.
They create burrows in the ground, which can cause damage to lawns, gardens, and foundations. They may also nest in structures.
They create extensive tunnel systems in the soil, which can disrupt plant roots and cause damage to gardens, lawns, and agricultural crops.
They create extensive burrow systems with multiple entrances, which can cause damage to lawns, gardens, and agricultural fields.
They can be found in homes, buildings, and outdoor areas. House mice build nests in hidden, sheltered spaces using materials like paper, fabric, and insulation.
They are highly adaptable and can thrive in various environments, including urban areas. They create dens in natural cavities, tree hollows, or structures.
They build nests, called dreys, in trees using leaves, twigs, and other materials. They are also known to nest in attics and other sheltered spaces.