Mole Removal

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With most of its time spent below the ground, Moles (Talpa europaea), a member of the Talpidae family, can’t be seen as often like other wildlife animals. An interesting characteristic of moles: they eat soil insects as their main food source.

Known as insectivores, moles staple food are the insects they encounter underground. They usually like all types of worms from earthworms and grub worms, with their body mass mostly made up of the high protein they get from the worms that they eat every day. Building tunnels require lots of sweat and strength, so the worms they eat provide the needed energy and muscle for all those digging. Solitary and territorial, one mole can do as much damage to your property’s backyard, garden or lawn.

Common Problems

Most home owners, who have wildlife removal problems with moles, think that since these mammals love to dig and seek grub worms, the solution to drive them away is to apply chemical pesticides that will eliminate their staple food (the grub worms). On the contrary, this mole-removal-strategy will not push away the mole; it will increase its digging activity further more (which meant bigger soil damage). Since the pesticide you apply will most likely kill all the ground insects including the earthworms, larvae and grub worms – the mole will dig tunnels in frantic and panic mode. So when the time comes for the animal to give up and move into the next backyard, the mole has significantly created a lot of tunnel underground and ultimately damaged your soil.

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