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13th European Vertebrate Pest Management Conference

Summary of the 2023 European Vertebrate Pest Management Conference, focusing on topics covering a wide range of disciplines and taxa, … Continued

Associations between rat infestations and mental health vary by gender, race, and income in Chicago

This study examines associations between residential rat sightings and mental health in Chicago. The study examined how this relationship varied … Continued

Increased rat-borne zoonotic disease hazard in greener urban areas

Study investigating how urban greenness is associated with rat-borne zoonotic pathogen prevalence and diversity.Translation is done to human disease hazard.

Basic urban services fail to neutralise environmental determinants of ‘rattiness’, a composite metric of rat abundance

Study investigating whether basic urban services (BUS) – trash collection, rodenticide application and health community agent visits – affect rat … Continued

Herbal rodent repellent: a dependable and dynamic approach in defiance of synthetic repellent

This article promotes herbal rodent repellents due to the various reported toxic effects of synthetic rodenticides on human health and … Continued

Exposure and resistance to anticoagulant rodenticides in invasive and endemic Chadian urban rodent species to develop a rational management strategy

Access resource > Authors: Ali Barka Mahamat, Karine Groud, Soudy Imar Djibrine, Sionfoungo Daouda Soro, Isabelle Fourel, Antoine Rached, Nolan … Continued

Anticoagulant Rodenticides in Nocturnal Birds of Prey: A European Perspective

This review shows how anticoagulant rodenticides (ARs) have influenced wild nocturnal birds of prey in Europe in the last decades, … Continued

Silent killers? The widespread exposure of predatory nocturnal birds to anticoagulant rodenticides

Study assessing the presence of anticoagulant rodenticides (ARs) in predator populations. Access resource > Authors: Raylene Cooke, Pam Whiteley, Clare … Continued

Vegetation cover and food availability shapes the foraging activity of rodent pests in and around maize fields

Study using the giving-up-density and landscape of fear to monitor foraging activity of rodent pests changes in and around maize … Continued

Rodents in Agriculture: A Broad Perspective

Article reviewing examples and details of rodents management methods, both lethal and non-lethal. Author: Gary Witmer

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