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What You Think You Know
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Moles dig tunnels every day ... they're ruining
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An adult star-nosed mole might not be the ugliest little creature you've ever seen, but it's got a face only a mother can love. It is about the size of a hamster. Its range stretches from James Bay in the north, down through eastern Canada and the United States, to as far south as Georgia. It is rarely seen, however, because it is the only species of mole that lives in swamps and marshes.

 

Unless you're a pest-removal specialist or someone who comes in frequent contact with moles -- folks like groundskeepers, landscapers, gardeners and flower lovers -- you probably have many misconceptions about moles.

Here are a few facts about moles -- and there are seven varieties of these pests in North America -- you might not know about these annoying little animals that tunnel through yards, landscapes, gardens and flowerbeds. People have many misconceptions

"Moles are rodents ..." Moles are actually insectivores, not rodents. They are from the same family as the anteater.

"Moles eat flowers and vegetables ..." The mole's primary food source is earthworm, and its diet is restricted to ground invertebrates such as grubs, millipedes, ants and the like.

"Moles are blind ..." Moles have extremely tiny eyes that are basically a thin membrane behind their snout. These "eyes" allow them only to sense light and little else.

"Moles are territorial and live alone ..." Moles generally do not get along with one another. In fact, they will often fight to the death if another mole infringes upon their territory (obviously this is not true during mating season). But they do sometimes share tunnels, in a sense, like highways.

"Moles eat two to three times their body weight
per day ..."
Most lab and field tests will show that while moles do have a voracious appetite, they only eat 70 to 100 percent of their body weight each day.

"Moles are eating my plant bulbs and roots" ...
Moles are almost entirely carnivorous; however, it is true that moles can indirectly kill plants. They do this in two ways:

  • The tunnels created by moles will often be used by other small animals. Voles, in particular, will travel in these tunnels and eat away at roots and tubers.

  • A good location for grubs and worms is among the roots of a hedge, flower, or other type of plant. The mole will scrape the dirt away from the roots in search of food,  thereby removing the plants’ source of nourishment.

"Moles are nocturnal
(active only during the night)" ...
People often first notice mole hills in the morning. But moles are not necessarily more or less active at any time during the day or night. Research suggests moles sleep and work in "shifts," as long as four hours at a time, and especially during quiet periods of the mornings and evenings. It is vibrations on the ground --created by people and pets walking, for example -- that usually causes them to stop their digging.

 

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"I have had mole hills on my lawn for 5 years. I have tried many methods to eliminate this problem and nothing worked.  This winter I would wake up each morning to a fresh mound, even the rain did not slow them down.  In early February I applied Mole Scram and mole activity was stopped immediately!  The product was simple to use and the directions were easy to follow.  It’s now the end of March - No moles and the lawn looks FANTASTIC!! I intend to continue to use Mole Scram twice a year and have recommended the product to my friends and family."

– Jon Redd of Poulsbo, WA

 

Mole Control Library

What You Should Know
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What You Think You Know
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What You Should Know
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What You Should Know
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