Why are moles a nuisance?

Signs moles are in your property:

Moles are digging machines leaving mounds of dirt or surface tunnels that spread out like a spider web. Damaging gardens, flower beds, lawns and tree roots. Although moles are not prone to eating crop, they do however burrow underneath crops which can cause minor or major damage.


Moles: Moles mostly eat insects such as earthworms, beetle larvae, and grubs.  They will occasionally eat mice, frogs, and some carrion (dead animals).


Hairy-Tailed Mole (Parascalops Breweri)


Star-Nosed Mole (Condylura Cristata)


Eastern Mole (Scalopus Aquaticus)


Moles are active all year round! They can be 3.25-8.75 inches long.  Moles can dig up to 18 feet an hour and their tunnels can be 1-24 inches below ground.


Damage Control and Prevention Methods: Call C.R.N.A.C. The only effective method of removing moles, is by trapping.


Exclusion: Call C.R.N.A.C.

Zoonoses: No disease risk.


Make an appointment for mole removal with your wildlife and pest management professionals online or by phone today!

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