How To Get Rid Of MolesMole Removal Services Provided By Trapper J
How Do I Get Rid of Moles in Louisiana?
If you have a nuisance mole removal problem in Louisiana, the best solution to remove the moles from your property is through mole trapping. The use of mole traps to trap moles is the most effective way to eliminate mole removal problems. All of the mole traps used by Trapper J in Louisiana are environmentally friendly and can be used for humane mole trapping.
You spend too much time and money on your landscaping and garden to have it destroyed by moles, mole hills, mole tunnels, let our Mole Removal service help. We trap moles, we get rid of moles for you, and we remove moles off of your property so you can go back to enjoying your beautiful lawn, flower beds or garden. Trapper J knows how to get rid of moles!
Moles are small subterranean mammals that typically spend their entire life underground. They have tiny or invisible eyes and ears as they are relatively unnecessary for their underground lifestyle. Moles have large oversized forehands that are specifically designed for digging. Moles can be found across North America and are a common pest problem. Moles primarily consume earth worms and grubs in the soil along with any other underground invertebrates and occasionally various types of nuts. Moles contain a toxin in their saliva which helps paralyze their prey once they capture it. This diet makes manicured lawns and landscapes a large target for mole activity. Well watered lawns and loose moist soils of flowerbeds are a hotspot for worm and grub activity. This abundance of food sources will continually attract moles to your property.
Moles create elaborate underground tunnel systems which are not only highways for moles but also serve as feeding tunnels to collect worms and grubs. These underground tunnels are an eyesore throughout your lawn and flowerbeds and commonly travel under concrete driveways, sidewalks, and foundations which can undermine these structures and even create future washouts from erosion. Moles do not feed on vegetation but their excessive digging can commonly damage the roots of grass, flowers, and shrubs. Moles will continue to reproduce and if left uncontrolled and the problem will continue to escalate and require professional mole removal. If your lawn is under attack from moles, Trapper J can provide the mole removal service that you need to protect your property. We can provide intensive mole trapping to eliminate the current population followed by ongoing mole control programs that will continually control future mole invasions and protect your landscaping from their persistent damaging effects. For more information on mole removal and to learn how to get rid of moles please call Jerry at (318)439-0202.
How To Identify Mole Mounds?
Mole mounds tend to be symmetrical and appear conical-shaped or volcano-like. The mounds of moles take such shapes because when these burrowing insectivores are excavating, dirt is pushed straight up consequently causing the conical-shaped mounds. The size of the mounds of moles can vary, but often can be distinguished by a centered hole at the very top. Also, if you look around the edges of the mound, you will usually see or find dirt clogs scattered around the the base of the mounds. Last, it is important to understand that moles feed on things like earth worms and grubs. Therefore, their mounds and raised ridges will often be found near the foundations of homes, driveways, lawn borders and other solid objects where the ground is likely moist and populated by the food they prey on; earth worms and grubs.
What Exactly Is A Mole?
A ground mole is a mammal that is in the Talpidae family, along with shrew moles, desmans, gophers and other insectivorous mammals. These small animals have stout bodies, light brown to gray silky fur, basic poorly developed eyes, long tough muzzles and strong feet for burrowing, since they live in tunnels underground. They may have poor eyesight but excellent hearing and a good sense smell. They average in size from four to nine inches in length. Ground moles can reside in many areas although they are commonly found in Europe, South Africa, Asia and North America. Ground moles’ strong feet have curved six-finger claws that are used to make their way through burrows and tunnels under the earth. It is pretty easy to spot their tunnel entrances by the mounds of dirt, most commonly known as mole mounds.
Where Do We Provide Mole Removal Service?
Trapper J, a North Louisiana Nuisance Wildlife Animal Removal specialist is the most professional and humane mole removal and control service available in Monroe, West Monroe, Ruston, Bastrop, Alexandria, and Pineville in the North and Central Louisiana area.
Primarily serving the North and Central Louisiana Parishes of Allen, Beauregard, Bienville, Catahoula, Concordia, Caldwell, Claiborne, East Carroll, Franklin, Grant, Jackson, La Salle, Lincoln, Madison, Morehouse, Natchitoches, Ouachita, Rapides, Richland, Sabine, Tensas, Union, Vernon, West Carroll, Winn and surrounding communities.
We also provide mole removal service the North and Central louisiana cities and towns of Alexandria, Arcadia, Bastrop, Colfax, Columbia, Oakdale, Farmerville, Harrisonburg, Homer, Jena, Jonesboro, Kinder, Lake Providence, De Ridder, Oak Grove, Oberlin, Marksville, Monroe, Natchitoches, Rayville, Ruston, Saint Joseph, Tallulah, Vidalia, West Monroe, Winnfield, Winnsboro.
The Best Choice For Louisiana Mole Removal
Choose Professional, Experienced, Licensed Mole Removal Specialist, Trapper J. – Jerry D Robbins, renowned animal control specialist, affordably captures moles that are a nuisance to you, your family and your home, property or office. We will meet or beat our competitors pricing! We pride ourselves on being thorough, professional and affordable!