Deer mice can be found in many parts of the United States with the exception of the Southeastern states. Deer mice are regular in rustic and semirural territories. Since they are known bearers of Hantavirus, these mice are conceivably to a great degree risky. Hantavirus Aspiratory Disorder (HPS) can be spread when mouse droppings, pee or remains are irritated. The HPS gets to be airborne and is breathed in by individuals in the region. Deer mouse droppings may be found in mouse runways: close pantries, drawers and other sustenance stockpiling territories. The droppings are smooth with pointed closures and measure 3 t0 6 mm long and are hard to recognize from house mouse droppings, which are not known not noteworthy transporters of Hantavirus. The evacuation of these droppings can lessen the spread of mouse-borne ailments.

Most extreme consideration must be taken when taking care of mouse droppings. The utilization of affirmed facemasks with HEPA cartridges and gloves is exceptionally prudent. It is suggested that the droppings, body and the adjoining zone be splashed with disinfectant before clearing. It is best not to vacuum the droppings in light of the fact that this may build the arrival of Hantavirus into the air.

Deer mice measure 12 to 28 cm from nose to tail. They measure 15 to 32 grams. Deer mice are named for their hide's striking similitude to the hue of deer hide. Their grayish-cocoa bodies steadily brighten at the paunch and legs. The most telling trademark is their bicolored tail which is dim and base is light. Numerous individuals allude to deer mice as "field mice."

Deer mice are visually impaired, pink and smooth during childbirth. They measure 1 to 3 grams and start to change shading inside of 24 hours. On the third day after conception, the ears develop. Eyes open inside of two weeks and youthful are weaned at four weeks. New hide shows faintly blue tinge, which blurs as they become more established and vanishes totally when deer mice are prepared for sexual multiplication.