Pests In Wisconsin

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Bed Bugs, Spiders, Ants, Cockroaches, Mosquitoes, Ticks, Fleas, Mites, Stink Bugs, Box Elder Bugs, and More!



Bats, Birds, Raccoons, Skunks, Snakes, Fox, and More!


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Ewert Pest and Wildlife has been trusted since 2015 to remediate pest issues. Providing quality services with eco-friendly solutions in Northern Wisconsin. While offering humane wildlife solutions puts Ewert as one of the best in Northern Wisconsin. Doesnt Matter where you are, Appleton, Fond Du Lac, Green Bay, Lakewood, Manitowoc, Marinette, Oconto, Oshkosh, Shawano, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay or any where in between.


Wisconsin Insects

Insects in Wisconsin can be a health hazard to your family, and structure. This is why Ewert offers eco-friendly pest solutions to exterminate insects, and prevent them from coming back.

Bed Bugs

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Bed Bug in Wisconsin, what are Bed Bugs?
Bed bugs are small reddish-brown insects. They’re
about 3/16 inch long (size of an apple seed) and easily
visible to the naked eye. They are wingless, but are
fast crawlers. Their bodies are very flat with slender
legs and antennae. Nymphs (immature bed bugs)
resemble the adults–but are smaller and often lighter
in color. Bed bugs feed on the blood of humans
during the night or in darkness and crawl away to hide
in nearby cracks, crevices, recesses of furniture
(especially mattresses and head boards), clutter,
electronic equipment, and walls of the home during
the day


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Ants in Wisconsin can be a yard, in the house, or even biting pest. Their are five common ants in Wisconsin. 

  • The Field Ant.
  • The Pavement Ant.
  • The Pharaoh Ant.
  • The Thief Ant.
  • The Carpenter Ant.


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 Mosquitoes are a type of fly. In Wisconsin, there are many types of mosquitoes, but only some types can spread illnesses. Most people who get sick from a mosquito bite will become ill in the summer and early fall. This is when mosquitoes are most active and people are outdoors


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The northern and southern parts of Wisconsin have many spider species of which the northern widow and brown recluse are considered poisonous. The northern yellow sac could also hurt humans, though they are considered as mildly venomous. However, the deadly species do not dwell here in abundance, with the northern black widow being present in just 10 counties. The brown recluse thriving here is also present in minimum numbers.

Stinging Insects

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  • Wisconsin Yellow jackets live in large groups called colonies.
  • Nests provide shelter for thousands of yellow jackets.
  • Drones come from non-fertilized eggs. Since drones are males, they have no sting.
  • Female wasps will sting repeatedly to protect the colony.
  • Most wasps feed on insects, while bees rely on a diet of nectar or pollen.

Wisconsin Rodents

Mice, Rats, Voles, and More in Wisconsin. These critters can bring dangerous disease, and germs onto your property. They can even be dangerous to the integrity of your structure. 


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Mice in Wisconsin and Michigan fun facts.

  • Despite their tiny bodies, mice eat between 15 and 20 times a day.
  • A house mouse produces between 40 and 100 droppings per day.
  • Mice are good jumpers, climbers and swimmers.
  • Mice can live in a lab for up to two years, but usually only live for about 5 months in the wild, mostly because of predators, such as cats, snakes and foxes


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Wisconsin Norway Rat AKA The scientific name for a Norway rat is Rattus norvegicus. They are commonly referred to as “rats,” “brown rats,” “sewer rats,” and “wharf rats.”


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  • Most Common North American Species:
    • prairie vole (Microtus ochrogaster)
    • meadow vole (Microtus pennsylvanicus)
    • long-tailed vole (Microtus longicaudus)
    • pine vole (Microtus pinetorum)
    • montane vole (Microtus montanus)
    • Oregon vole (Microtus oregoni)
    • California vole (Microtus californicus)
  • Average Size: 4-9″ long (including the tail); 2 oz.
  • Average Lifespan in the Wild: 3-6 months
  • Identifying Features: round, stout body; grey or brown fur; short tail and legs; blunt nose; tiny eyes and fur-covered ears.


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Moles in Wisconsin are small mammals that are found all over the world. They are often thought of as garden pests, mainly because of their intricate tunnel systems. And though they spend most of the time underground, they are not blind

Wisconsin Wildlife 

Wisconsin Wildlife are exactlty that wild. These animals can be dangerous, smelly, and even create a health hazard for you. But they still deserve a second chance. This is why Ewert offers humane wildlife trapping and relocation. 


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In Wisconsin you will find the little brown bat and big brown bat as the biggest structure nuisance. Little brown bat varies in color from brown, reddish, to golden, although some albino specimens have been observed. Bats are grouped into the order Chiroptera, which means “hand wing.” This phrase refers to the fact that the wings of all bats are made up of a thin membrane stretched over elongated finger bones. On average, little brown bats weigh less than half an ounce and have a wingspan of 8 to 11 inches (20 to 28 centimeters). Females are typically larger than males.


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Some Birds In Wisconsin

  • Taxonomic Class: Aves (subclass Neornithes)
  • Number of Extant Species: Roughly 10,000
  • Size range: 2″-9″ tall
  • Identifying Features: Feathers; a pair of wings; two legs; a beak; strong, lightweight skeleton.


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Raccoons in Wisconsin can be a nuisance.

  • Scientific Name: Procyon lotor
  • Average Size: 12″ tall; 24-38″ long; 14-23 lbs.
  • Average Lifespan in the Wild: 2-3 years
  • Identifying Features: Gray fur with a black mask and 4-7 black rings around its tail; pointy snout with a black nose; dexterous front paws.


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Squirrels in Wisconsin are cute, but can become a nuisance quickly.

  • Tree Squirrel Classifications:
    • Large tree squirrels (fox, eastern grey, western gray, tassel-eared)
    • Pine squirrels (red, Douglas)
    • Flying squirrels (southern, northern)
  • Average Size: 8-20″ long; .33-1.5 lb in weight
  • Average Lifespan in the Wild: 6 years


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Wisconsin Species:

    • Striped skunk (Mephitis mephitis, most common)
    • Eastern spotted skunk (Spilogale putorius)
    • Hooded skunk (Mephitis macroura)
    • Hog-nosed skunk (Conepatus leuconotus)
  • Average Size: 20-30″ long (including the tail); 6-10 lbs.
  • Average Lifespan in the Wild: 2-4 years
  • Identifying Features: black and white fur; strong forefeet and long claws for digging.

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Pests of all sizes, shapes and weight in Wisconsin

Green Bay, WI and surrouding areas


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