Advantage Wildlife Solutions removes nuisance moles in Staunton, Harrisonburg, and Charlottesville Virginia, and the surrounding communities. If you have nuisance moles in your yard, call Advantage Wildlife Solutions and find out how we can help.
Moles live underground and inhabit lawns, golf courses, cemeteries, and parks. The three species shown above are all native to western Virginia. Soil type, moisture content, and food availability all effect mole activity. In general moles prefer loose sandy-loam soils where digging is easy, and tend to avoid heavy clay and gravelly soils where digging is more difficult. The Star-nosed mole prefers a wetter environment than both the Eastern and Hairy-tailed moles.
Moles are usually 4-8 inches long, have brownish-gray fur, and short powerful front feet that they use for digging. The moles diet is made up of earthworms, grubs, snails, slugs, and insects. Moles cause very little damage to plants while feeding, but may dislodge plants and bulbs while tunneling in search of food. Moles can consume an amount of food equal to 60-100% of their body weight daily, and one mole can dig up to 150 feet of new tunnels every day.
Advantage Wildlife Solutions offers an annual mole control package to help control mole problems. It is important to understand that moles are attracted to the habitat found in your yard, and as long as the habitat is not modified other moles will be attracted to it as well.
Advantage Wildlife Solutions
PO Box 257
Shenandoah VA 22849
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