Mice Found Inside BWI AirportJanay Rickwalder
Monday, December 10, 2012
With winter weather creeping in, rodents and other
small pests will make their way inside homes and structures for
protection from the cold. In fact, the
Baltimore Sun reported that mice have already made
themselves at home in the interior of the BWI airport.
Last Friday, passengers waiting for a Southwest flight in
Concourse B watched as many mice foraged for dinner. Since
summer, the side of the terminal facing the runways has been open
during a $100 million construction project, which has created
access points for the rodents to easily find a way inside.
According to the article, a pest control company has set
hundreds of traps inside walls and vents, and also has traps
outside the terminal near trash compactors and access points.