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They have tunnels thought your lawn. They are digging under your deck and patio. What is causing this mess?
The woodchuck (commonly referred to as a ground hog) habitats include forested areas, decks, sheds, patio slabs, gardens, rock walls, and open farmlands surrounded by wooded and/ or brushy areas. They are excellent diggers and can dig under decks, sheds, patio slabs and rock walls. Woodchucks are often considered nuisance wildlife to humans and vast amounts of damage are credited to the woodchuck. The burrows and tunnels create problems for landowners
The most common complaint associated with mole problems is their tunneling habit. They cause mole damage when they tunnel beneath the earth and build extensive tunnel networks. Mole tunnels that are close to the earth’s surface are typically feeding tunnels, identifiable by the resulting areas of raised ground.
Voles are commonly known as meadow or field mice. Accumulated vole damage is apparent when populations are high. Vole damage includes girdling and gnawing of trees, vegetable gardens destroyed by eating of highly nutritious roots, damage to lawns by extensive tunnel and runway systems, along with tearing up mulch in flowerbeds.
No matter what animal is digging in your yard or property, call 1-800-CRITTER for help with your wildlife nuisance problem.