Moles are subterranean animals related to shrews.
They tunnel below the soil surface feeding on worms and other
soil invertebrates. Damage is done by the moles extruding the
soil dug out of the tunnels into "mole hills" These
are often considered unsightly in park areas and intolerable on
sporting surfaces such as golf courses. More importantly, in agriculture,
the soild from mole hills can lead to dangerous fermentation in
silage. Moles are solitary most of the year, coming together for
copulation in the spring. The females tend their young for approximately
5 weeks before their offspring return to a solitary life.
Pied Piper Pest Solutions offer
an effective mole control service using traps, as pictured below.
We are qualified members of the
Guild of British Molecatchers.
Please contact us if you require any assistance.