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Mole problem

MOLE ACTIVITY AREA – BH22 (FERNDOWN POSTCODE)

Posted by on Jan 24, 2020 in BH postcode, Bournemouth, Christchurch, Dorset, Ferndown, Hurn, Longham, mole activity, mole catching specialists, Mole problem, mole removal, mole trapping, Molehills, moles, Parley, pest control, Poole, Ringwood, Stapehill, Uncategorized, Verwood, West Moors, West Parley | 0 comments

LOCATION: Ferndown, Longham, Parley, St Catherine’s and Hurn, Stapehill, West Moors, West Parley. LOCATION TYPE: A mainly rural area, apart from larger towns. Several golf courses, farmland, heathland and forestry all make up this postcode area. LIKELY HOT SPOTS: Anywhere outside of town centres are likely to be affected, especially if bordering open areas or forestry. Any gardens, both with or without grass, can be affected if there are suitable areas of soil (flowerbeds) that contain the main food source of worms. Road side verges are often a favourite for mole activity and if these...

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MOLES – A QUICK RECONNAISSANCE.

Posted by on Jan 2, 2020 in Bear Cross, BH postcode, Bournemouth, Canford Bottom, Christchurch, Corfe Mullen, digging moles, Dorset, Dudsbury, Hampreston, Henbury, Longham, Merley, mole activity, Mole catching, mole catching specialists, mole damage, Mole problem, mole removal, mole trapping, mole traps, Molehills, moles, Parley Cross, pest control, Poole, Ringwood, Spetisbury, Sturminster Marshall, Verwood, Wimborne | 0 comments

The weather on New Year’s day was a little miserable so a short drive through the countryside was undertaken to bring in the New year and see just how the weather has effected the local area. The past rain has certainly saturated the ground and large areas of water were still visible in the fields along the Stour valley and many molehills were observed along Magna road between Bear Cross and Merley. A quick stretch on the A31 revealed more mole activity, not only in the fields, but also in the roadside verges, a safe refuge for moles! The next part of the journey took us from Wimborne...

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Rodent Traps and Boxes for Sale

Posted by on Nov 9, 2019 in BH postcode, Bournemouth, cage trap rabbit, cage trap rat, cage trap squirrel, Christchurch, diy pest control, Dorset, live mouse traps, mice, mole activity, Mole catching, mole catching specialists, mole control, Mole problem, mole trapping, Molehills, moles in your garden, mouse bait boxes, mouse snap traps, Poole, rat bait boxes, rat snap traps, Rats, Ringwood, rodent boxes, rodent traps, squirrels, supply bait boxes, supply traps, Uncategorized, Verwood, weephole protectors | 0 comments

We are now able to supply traps and bait boxes for do it yourself pest control for rodents, including rats, mice and squirrels. Unfortunately we are unable to supply rodenticides. The following are the items we can supply:- Cage trap – rabbit. (Live catch) Cage trap – squirrel. (Live catch) Mouse and rat snap traps. Trip – trap live mouse traps. Rat bait boxes. We can also supply weephole protectors to prevent mice, spiders, wasps, bees and other flying and crawling insects gaining access in brickwork. Please call for the latest prices. Our main focus continues to be mole catching....

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FAST FACTS – MOLES

Posted by on Aug 29, 2019 in BH postcode, Bournemouth, Christchurch, Dorset, mole, mole activity, mole control, mole digging, Mole problem, mole removal, mole trapping, mole tunnels, Molehills, moles, pest control problem, Poole, professional mole trapping, Ringwood, rodent, Verwood | 0 comments

The latin name is Talpa europaea and they are mammals. The male mole is referred to as a “boar”, the female is a “sow” and a group is called a “labour”. Moles are capable of digging through up to 15 metres of soil an hour! Most of a moles’ life is spent underground. The first signs of mole activity or mole digging are molehills, which is the excavated soil from their tunnels. The mole has poor eyesight and no ears, relying on extreme senses of smell and touch. Moles are carnivores. The saliva of a mole can paralyze worms! Continuous tunnelling by moles can undermine plant roots causing...

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MOLES – Talpa Europaea

Posted by on Mar 1, 2019 in BH postcode, Bournemouth, Christchurch, Dorset, mole, mole activity, mole control, mole digging, Mole problem, mole removal, mole trapping, mole traps, mole tunnels, Molehills, moles, pest control, pest control problem, Poole, professional trapping, Ringwood, rodent, Verwood | 0 comments

If someone asks you if you have ever seen a mole, the answer would most likely be no! If asked the same question about molehills, then the answer would probably be a resounding yes! Many gardeners fear finding these tell-tale signs of mole activity as it can only mean that damage and distress will follow. Molehills are caused by a mole, or moles, digging feeding tunnels to catch food. The digging of these tunnels can affect many areas including gardens, lawns, flower beds, vegetable plots and surrounding areas damaging roots and plants in the process. The mole activity can last all year...

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Valentine Surprises

Posted by on Feb 1, 2019 in Ants, BH postcode, birds, Bournemouth, Christchurch, Dorset, fleas, Foxes, Insects, mice, Mole problem, mole removal, mole trapping, mole trapping specialist, molehill, moles, moths, pest control, pest control problem, pest prevention, Pests, Poole, Rabbits, Rats, Ringwood, spiders, squirrels, Verwood, Wasp Control, Wasp Removal, Wasps | 0 comments

As Valentine’s Day approaches a feeling of love and romance normally fills the air and it could be that you are planning a romantic surprise for your loved one. The same could be happening in the world according to pests that are living around you! Spiders, fleas, maybe even moths, wasps and other insects are all on the lookout to increase their numbers. Rats, mice and even squirrels are busy wooing their other halves by building warm and secure nesting sites, which could be in your home. Outside, other animals will be getting in on the act to find love, including moles. One molehill can...

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