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Vertebrate Pests

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Vertebrate Pests of Orchard Crops

Photo Gallery
These photos of some of the major pests are viewed courtesy of University of California research and extension personnel and programs, including the UC Statewide IPM Program. Photo information, including the photographer, is displayed when the larger image is viewed.

Vertebrate Pests of Orchard Crops

California ground squirrel. photo by JKClark. UC  IPM © UC Regents
California ground squirrel. photo by JKClark. UC IPM © UC Regents
Eastern Fox Squirrel in a walnut orchard. photo by JK Clark © UC Regents
Eastern Fox Squirrel in a walnut orchard. photo by JK Clark © UC Regents
Bark chewed off a branch by eastern fox squirrel. photo by JKClark. UC  IPM © UC Regents
Bark chewed off a branch by eastern fox squirrel. photo by JKClark. UC IPM © UC Regents
Vole, Meadow Mouse. photo by JKClark UC  IPM © UC Regents
Vole, Meadow Mouse. photo by JKClark UC IPM © UC Regents
Burrow and crown of tree damaged by a pocket gopher. JKClark UC  IPM © UC Regents
Burrow and crown of tree damaged by a pocket gopher. JKClark UC IPM © UC Regents
Crows in the branches of a  tree. photo by JKClark UC  IPM © UC Regents
Crows in the branches of a tree. photo by JKClark UC IPM © UC Regents
 

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