What do moles look like?
The adult mole has a cylindrical shaped body that is covered in dark, short, dense, velvet-like fur. Their eyes and ears are very small and under-developed and their nose is narrow and pointed. Moles have short limbs that are very powerful; their front feet are much larger than their hind feet, their front feet have long claws that they use for digging through dirt and soil. Adults range in length from 6-7 inches, including their tail.
Are moles dangerous?
Moles are not dangerous to people, but they are a great danger to property- specifically lawns and landscape. The digging of their tunnels and foraging for food sources cause significant damage to the roots of grass and other plants. Also, their raised tunnels, and entrances and exits can cause your lawn to appear unsightly.
Why do I have a mole problem?
Moles typically invade healthy lawns with loose soil that allow them to easily dig for their favorite foods- insects and worms. Homes and properties that are located near golf courses, fields, wooded areas, and parks tend to have issues with moles on their properties.
Can I control moles?
The most effective way to find and eliminate moles on your property is with the help of a professional. At Arrow Pest Control our wildlife control experts have the equipment, knowledge, and patience needed to humanely eliminate a mole infestation from your property. If moles have decided to invade your New Jersey lawn, contact the dedicated pest professionals at Arrow Pest Control today, to find out more about our wildlife control program!
How do I make my property less attractive to moles?
Preventing problems with moles on your property is very difficult since they seek out lawns that are green and healthy. The best defense against these damaging pests is to seek help from the professionals at Arrow Pest Control as soon you notice their tunnels on your New Jersey property.
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