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Blue Ridge Wildlife & Fisheries Management, LLC has provided rodent control, mole removal, mole control, and mole pest control in Staunton, VA since 2008.
The Eastern Mole can adapt to human environments easily and usually by choice. In human environments Eastern Moles can adapt easily due to the abundance of food and shelter. Urban landscapes provide attractive feeding areas, such as flower gardens, healthy green lawns, and vegetable gardens. Healthy lawns and gardens attract sub-surface or ground insects that the Eastern Mole is attracted to. Grubs are not the whole issue of their presence, because earthworms are their primary food source. Beetles, ants, and other insect larvae are on the menu as well. Killing these insects will only counteract your efforts for a healthy yard or garden. These insects provide the natural aeration to your landscape that gives you a healthy yard. These urban feeding areas also have close or nearby shelters that the Eastern Mole can build a chamber under to sleep in or raise a family. Any side walk, stone wall, stepping stone, log pile, or just an old rotting stump will provide enough cover for their chamber. The sub-surface tunnels and mounds of dirt are evidence of a healthy landscape. Trapping and removal of the Eastern Mole is the only control answer to keeping a healthy yard or landscape free of sub-surface tunnels and dirt mounds.
There is a science to mole removal. Setting traps in the middle of the yard or killing the grubs are not an effective means of ridding your landscape of Eastern Moles. Trap and pesticide placement is the key to effective Eastern Mole removal. Knowing their biological habits and the use of sub-surface traps and pesticides will solve or control most mole problems. Intensive trapping or placing 12 to 24 traps, on average, in a landscape for 1 to 2 weeks straight is our method with spot trapping and pesticide treatments as needed throughout the season.
If you need mole control, mole removal, mole pest control, to get rid of moles, or to get rid of a mole infestation in Staunton, Staunton City, Fishersville, Bridgewater, Broadway, Dayton, Elkton, Grottoes, Stuarts Draft, Verona, Lexington, Luray, Shenandoah, and Stanley in Augusta County, Bath County, Highland County, Page County, Rockingham County, and Rockbridge County, VA. Blue Ridge Wildlife & Fisheries Management, LLC is here to help you. Please Contact Us to help solve your mole problem.
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PO Box 21208 Roanoke, VA 24018
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