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Damage Prevention and Control Methods

D-51 MOLES PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF WILDLIFE DAMAGE — 1994 Cooperative Extension Division Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources University of Nebraska - Lincoln United States Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Animal Damage Control Great Plains ...


Moles Hairy-tailed Mole Parascalops breweri Star-nosed Mole Condylura cristata Contributors: Mary Bunch, Mark Ford and David Webster DESCRIPTION Taxonomy and Basic Description Three species of moles occur in South Carolina.

Figure 2. Mole hill and tunnels Figure 1. Eastern mole ...

Three species of moles occur in Pennsylvania; the eastern mole, the hairy-tailed mole, and the star-nosed mole. All Pennsylvania moles have a hairless, pointed snout extend

Controlling the Eastern Mole - FSA-9095

Moles leave surface tunnels that appear meandering. a site. This in turn increases invertebrates that feed on biomass. Such rich sites can maintain a population of several moles.

Moles, Voles, or Both?? Jessica Hyatt, Horticulture, Wayne County

A quarterly newsletter for home gardening enthusiasts Summer 2007 Moles, Voles, or Both?? 1 Rain Gardens & Storm Water 3 Conserving Water in the Landscape 3 The How’s & What’s of Vegetable Gardening 4 Plant Spotlight 6 Pest Outlook 6 Calendar of Events 7 Monthly Garden Tips 5 Inside this ...

Wildlife Conflicts Management

1 Wildlife Conflicts Management Department of Entomology MOLES Judy Loven, USDA-APHIS Wildlife Services There are two species of moles in Indiana. The Eastern mole (Scalopus aquaticus) is the most numerous and widespread, and is responsible for most of the complaints concerning mole damage to ...

Mole Control

Mole Control Correct identification is vital to mole damage control. Both species of Michigan moles have large shovel-like front feet with long claws.


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, Fisheries and Wildlife State Specialist, School of Natural ...

moles over large areas is difficult, if not impossible. For the homeowner, problems with moles usually can be managed with minimal effort and persistence.

Townsend's Mole

Why are Townsend's Moles at risk? T ownsend's Mole is one ofCanada's rarest small mammals. The only place it occurs in Canada is in British Columbia, where its very restricted range falls within the most heavily populated region ofthe province - the Lower Mainland.