Mole Removal Mounds ViewMoles and their tunnels are very annoying for property owners in Mounds View, MN. They wreck beautiful lawns and can be nuisance to many people. You can try to deal with moles yourself, or you can hire a professional removal service such as Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., to expertly eliminate the presence of moles on your property. Professionals are often advised for removing moles because we have developed tricks that capture and remove moles quickly and humanely. If you have a mole problem in your yard in Mounds View, contact us today for expert mole removal services.

Moles and What They Do

Moles are tiny creatures that spend most of their lives underground. Their powerful front arms make them able to dig up to 80 of tunnels in just a few hours. This means that should you go away for a weekend up at the cabin, moles could have a whole network of tunnels carved out when you get home Sunday evening. They also breed rapidly, which means you could have a healthy family of them before you know it. Contrary to popular belief, moles do not eat grass. They actually eat earthworms and grubs that they find while tunneling through yards. These tunnels are in fact used as traps, so that when a worm falls into the tunnel, the mole captures it. However, when a mole tunnels and creates ridges in yards, the displacement of earth can lead to dying grass, which is often why people think that moles eat grass. If there is a mole problem occurring on your Mounds View property, contact the professionals at Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc.

Dos and Don’ts Before We Come

Should you call professionals to remove moles from your property, there are a few tips that would do you well to remember. First and foremost, do not push down mole tunnels prior to our arrival at your house. This is very important because those tunnels help us remove moles. Also, do not use dynamite as a certain Bill Murray character would be inclined to do. This doesn’t solve anything. Another thing to keep in mind is that watering your lawn regularly moistens the soil and attracts worms, which in turn attracts moles. Reduce your watering and you will reduce the likelihood of moles.

Mounds View Animal Removal

Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., is thoroughly experienced at all types of wildlife removal from suburban properties around Minnesota. If you have moles or another type of pesky animal causing havoc on your property, contact us for efficient and humane removal services in Mounds View today.

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