Moles are surprisingly small mammals that "swim" underground. Typically with a high population of moles, it serves as a warning that there is a high population of soil pests.
Moles are carnivorous creatures that prefer to eat insects rather than eat your garden plants.
The tunnels moles dig can ruin your garden and lawn and make an easy access to your plants for other rodents.
Moles prefer moist, loamy soil and are most active in the early morning or evening in the spring and fall.
Surface tunnels or ridges are a telltale sign of a mole.
Moles dig at least ten inches underground.
If you have a persistent mole problem, the best solution is to trap it into a cage. Frankly, this is often times the only way to get rid of moles.
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