1. Tunnels and Mounds
The presence of moles is normally indicated by a network of subsurface runway tunnels in the turf and a collection of earth pushed up to form mounds. This is where the moles are hanging out.
Our bait mimics a mole's natural food source, which attracts moles and stops them from continuing to destroy your lawn.
Stop letting your lawn get ruined by digging moles and voles.
Don't let their cute faces fool you! Moles and voles are far from innocent when it comes to tearing up your lawn looking for food.
Moles create tunnels underground and leave mounds all over your lawn. Their diet consists of grubs, earthworms, centipedes, millipedes, insect larvae, and many other insects, which they find underground in the tunnels they dig.
Moles and voles are active all year long.
James did an excellent and thorough job finding and treating for moles in our yard. He was very professional and friendly. It was a pleasure to meet him.
Moles are not fully blind, but they might as well be! Both moles and voles spend the majority of their lives underground, where there is not enough light underground for them to develop keen eyesight.
Because they don't fully develop eyesight, they are colorblind and can only see very small amounts of light and movement.
Moles rely heavily on their sense of smell and their fur and whiskers as other sensory tools to find food, while voles use their small bodies and sharp claws to help them navigate through the underground tunnels.