Identify A Pest


Moles are not nocturnal and most spend their entire life underground made possible by their unique Hemoglobin that allows them to recycle oxygen. They have a six fingered paw with two thumbs that is perfect for digging dirt. These rodents have poor eye sight and are often blind however, have excellent hearing and very fast reflexes.

They will not eat your plants or bulbs as they’re carnivores but can however damage lawns and gardens as soil from burrowing can smother grass and disrupt lawn irrigation systems. They may kill small plants by shifting the soil beneath them and expose roots of trees and shrubs with all their tunnels. These rodents are solitary animals, and it is likely that only one or two are responsible for the damage to your lawn or garden!

Did You Know?

Moles have a six fingered paw with two thumbs perfect for digging dirt!

What You Need to Know About Moles

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Moles are a small mammal, about 16 centimetres long from nose to tail. It has velvety grey fur, large scoop-shaped front paws for digging, a slim pointed nose, tiny eyes and a short hairless tail.

Most moles spend their entire life underground. They live in forests, open woodlands, meadows, pastures and fields. And are also found in urban settings such as parks, cemeteries and residential yards. Its preferred habitat is stone-free sand and sandy loam soil with a cover of woody plants.

Moles breed between March and May with a gestation period of approximately 30 days.
Their litters are usually 2 to 7 young and babies are born blind and hairless. Baby moles leave the nest in search of their own territories at about 35 days. Moles live on average 4 to 6 years.

Little Critters Can Be A Nuisance

Have a problem with Moles?

We always try to find the most humane and least stressful options in removing the nuisance animals. Sometimes different animals, pests or situations may require different solutions. We are always prepared for whatever wildlife or pest issue you have.