I am having a problem with mosquitoes, who deals with them? Where can I get mosquito fish?
I found an injured bird, who deals with them?
I am interested in learning more about mushrooms/would like someone to identify mushrooms?
Where do I go if I have found a tick and want it tested for Lyme Disease?
I have bats in my home, what should I do?
For information on Bat Management around the home see the USGS page on bat management. There are also several bat conservation organizations. If you are still interested in exterminating them, call a professional pest control company.
I have a swarm/nest of bees, who can help me?
The Sonoma County Beekeepers Association maintains a " Swarm List" of beekeepers who will remove unwanted hives from your property.
Who deals with dead animals on road/my premises?
Where do I go to have a bug/spider identified?
I have a TRAP in my tree. Why is the trap there?
What can I do about the mice/rats in my home/area?
What to do about gopher/mole problem in my yard or garden?
Moles are insectivores, and do not feed on plants. Gophers do feed on plants. For more information, look at the UC IPM site on Gopher Control or contact the UC Cooperative Extension’s.
I would like to have a plant identified? I would like to determine the cause of a plant problem?
Bring in a sample of the plant for possible identification by the UC Cooperative Extension’s Master Gardeners.
How do I find out what pesticide is being used nearby?
Sonoma County Agricultural Commissioner's Office has a Records Request form (PDF: 225kB) for you to fill out and submit to our department. Records for much of the pesticides used are available at our office.
What/Where is Sudden Oak Death (SOD)?
What can I do to get rid of yellow-jackets?
I have a noise/smell complaint?
Most agricultural smells and noises are generally considered “normal” operating practices. The County of Sonoma has adopted a “Right to Farm” ordinance that states, “normal agricultural operations will not be considered a nuisance”. We recommend initiating a dialogue with the grower you are concerned with. Most growers are willing to explain their practices and make efforts to reduce the effects of their activities on their neighbors.