Category Archives: Moles, Voles, Shrews

Top 3 Most Dreaded Spring Time Yard Pests

Spring is in the air!  That is a good thing, but it also means that in addition to the wonderful new buds and blossoms the dreaded animal pests that become active when the weather warms are on the move.  Below … Continue reading

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3 Worst Spring Time Lawn Problems

The joy of seeing the snow melt away and your grass reappear can be spoiled by some of the common lawn problems that show up in the spring. Here’s what to look for, and a few solutions to help bring … Continue reading

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Protect Your Yard from Voles

Mice aren’t the only rodent problem you can have around the house. When voles start digging their tunnels, they can destroy large patches of your lawn as well as your vegetable or flower gardens. They are sneaky pests that you … Continue reading

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Winter Rodent Behavior

Winter Rodent Behavior Rodents may not be the most complicated of creatures, but understanding their behavior is the first step in dealing with them effectively. How they act when the cold weather of winter sets in is important if you … Continue reading

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Top Strategies for Getting Rid of Moles

  Moles are a subterranean species of rodent that are found across most of North America, Europe, and Asia. Many different species of the mole exist, but they all share the common behavior of digging tunnels under the ground on … Continue reading

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Why Predator Urines Work to Repel Animals of Prey

The Journal of Chemical Ecology, Vol. 20, No. 7 Included in a 1994 edition of The Journal of Chemical Ecology, Vol. 20, No. 7, there is a research article called “Why Are Predator Urines Aversive to Prey?” The following is … Continue reading

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