Need Mole Control?

MolesAre looking for professional mole control? Moles are actually beneficial, for landscapes everywhere but like all things in life – everything in moderation. When you have a very active mole or multiple moles under a lawn, they can wreck what was once a beautiful sight. If you want the destructive moles out of your property, the time is now and the company of choice is Wild Animal Management Inc. We have been removing moles from Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN properties for over 35 years, we know what is effective and which methods to use in your specific circumstance.

Moles in Winter

Moles do not hibernate. They just dig deeper, finding warmth where the frozen temperatures cannot reach. They have all they need, as they already spend most of their entire life under ground. They have worms, which also do not hibernate and space, not to mention a whole season without fearing man. So, if you have moles on your property causing issues now (in the autumn) don’t think they will be put on pause for the winter. Their tunnel system will grow deeper and more extensive and come next year – what was one mole, can turn into 4 or even 6. And the young moles are then ready to reproduce the next winter.

Benefits of Moles

Nope, that’s not a typo. Moles have their benefits. They aerate the soil, eat ants, worms, and other pesky bugs. In moderation, they are actually helping your landscape and its health.

Issues Because of Moles

Mole Yard DamageJust because they have their benefits, doesn’t mean their presences is perfect. They create unsightly mounds of dirt, may kill plants and grass because the holes they tunnel can cut through roots. Which can make your yard look hideous.

Another major issue that comes to mind (because I have dealt with this personally, in my own yard). Moles and dogs don’t usually get along. Your poor, loving, best friend is just having fun or perhaps protecting their yard. But the results can be unnerving, to say the least. They often dig up all of the tunnels close to the surface or get a hint of where the nest is, deep below the ground and dig an unusually large whole to get to it. You would think that a dog encounter would scare them off the property by itself, from experience – that’s hardly the case. It just means more tunnels, more holes and more digging.

Effective Mole Control St. Paul and Minneapolis MN

If you’re noticing your dog digging like never before, you can feel the earth move under your feet or have mounds of soil piled everywhere, you likely have a mole problem. Which is very common in Minnesota. Our professional mole removal experts can effectively remove moles that are causing you problems. This is a tricky matter, so it is imperative you seek someone who can deliver results.

Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. has helped countless property owners with their mole issues. Contact us today at  (763)785-1414!

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To Our Valued Clients,

Our employees and our customers are our top priority, and we are doing everything we can to ensure the health and safety of each.

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