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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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FLOODING AND ITS EFFECTS ON PEST CONTROL IN DORSET

Posted by on Dec 30, 2013 in Ants, Bicton, birds, Bournemouth, Canford, Christchurch, Dorset, Ferndown, Fordingbridge, Holdenhurst, Ibsley, Iford, Insects, Longham, mice, moles, Parley, pest control, Pest control Bournemouth, Pest Control Ferndown, pest control Verwood, pest prevention, Poole, Rabbits, rat, Rats, Ringwood, Rodents, Sopley, squirrels, Sturminster Marshall, Throop, Tuckton, Verwood, Wasps, West Moors, Wimborne | 0 comments

With all the past heavy rain over the last couple of months and with still more to come, our local rivers will be swollen and in most cases flooding. The effects will be varied but any towns or villages within range of a watercourse will almost certainly be affected by a migration of animals fleeing the rising water levels and this is when pest control  and pest prevention become very important in Dorset. As the water levels rise above river or stream banks, many natural habitats will be lost and the occupants will need to find other suitable accommodation somewhere close by on higher ground...

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