Why Do I Have Moles In My Lawn

mole digging up lawn

Have you started seeing raised tunnels in your lawn? Have piles of dirt, like tiny volcanoes, started appearing in your yard. If so, you have moles. But, we probably don't need to tell you that. It doesn't take more than a few seconds to bring up a thousand pictures of "mole damage" on your smartphone. You know you have moles. The question is, why? Continue

Do Moles Hibernate In Winter?

Let's talk about moles. No, not the beauty mark kind that is considered pretty on the face of a pretty girl, but the animal kind that can make your yard look less than pretty if it is allowed to set up housekeeping underneath your property. Moles are destructive creatures that feed on grubs, insects, and earthworms (which are good for your soil). To do this, they tunnel underneath the ground, which damages lawns and landscapes. Continue

What Do Moles Like To Eat

mole digging tunnel

There are many pests that can invade your yard and damage your landscaping and lawn, but none do the job as perfectly as the mole. Moles are insectivores, choosing to feed on mostly insects. They are commonly confused with rodents like mice and voles. Moles are generally around 6-8 inches long; they have soft brown to dark gray fur and long snouts that protrude about an inch. The most distinguishing feature of moles, however, is their oversized front feet that have paddle shaped hands and large… Continue

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