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Autumn has arrived!

Posted by on Oct 1, 2021 in BH postcode, Bournemouth, Christchurch, Dorset, mole catching specialists, Mole problem, mole removal, mole trapping, mole tunnels, Molehills, moles, pest control, Poole, Ringwood, Verwood | Comments Off on Autumn has arrived!

Now the Autumn equinox is with us, the days will slowly get shorter and the nights longer and normal life, in general, tends to slow down a little. This of course is not the case for animals and insects, the rush in on to feed up before possible hibernation, or to find suitable homes ready for the inevitable cold weather that will eventually arrive in the winter. In our countryside, gardens and other suitable locations, moles are still very much active and always on the lookout for fresh feeding grounds, rich in insects and worms to feed on, to sustain them through the coming months. They...

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Posted by on Sep 13, 2018 in Ants, BH postcode, birds, Bournemouth, Christchurch, fleas, mice, mole, mole control, mole garden invasions, mole invasion, mole population, Mole problem, mole removal, mole sensors, mole trapping, mole trapping specialist, mole tunnels, Molehills, moles, pest control, pest control problem, pest prevention, Poole, professional mole catcher, Rabbits, Rats, Ringwood, squirrels, Verwood, Wasp Control, Wasp Removal, Wasps | 0 comments

What a summer! The weather has been very hot to say the least and many people have enjoyed the sun and reaped its benefits. Nature has had to adapt to the very dry conditions to preserve valuable moisture, none more so than the mole. A very hard-working animal that few have ever seen, but its results are everywhere – MOLEHILLS! As the ground dried out, these industrious creatures were forced to new areas to feed on their primary source of food, worms. Molehills started to appear everywhere very soon in the season as the heatwave took hold and the ground became parched. It is generally...

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Posted by on Feb 18, 2018 in BH postcode, Bournemouth, Broadstone, Christchurch, Corfe Mullen, cranborne, Ferndown, Fordingbridge, mole, mole activity, mole catching expert, mole control, mole prevention, Mole problem, mole removal, mole runs, mole trapping, mole tunnels, Molehills, moles, Poole, Ringwood, Verwood, Wareham, West Moors, Wimborne | 0 comments

The weather may be damp, cold, wet or warm, it does not matter to the mole, everywhere you look at the moment there is evidence that the mole has already been there! There has been a population explosion again with more to come and more and more areas are falling victim to this industrious creature causing damage, grief and possible expense. Molehills can be found just about anywhere, from grass roadside verges, paddocks, playing fields, golf courses, gardens, fields and even on roundabouts on busy roads. In towns including Ferndown, West Moors, Verwood, Christchurch and in the centre of...

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Posted by on Feb 1, 2017 in BH postcode, Bournemouth, Christchurch, mice, Mole problem, mole tunnels, pest control, pest prevention, Proofing, Rats, Ringwood, Rodents, Verwood | 0 comments

They just keep coming! It seems many rodents, including mice and rats, are desperate to enjoy the dry and warm interiors of properties and are employing all sorts of methods to gain entry, not only from ground level, but higher up as well. Rats and mice are very good at climbing and can jump as well, so with enough help and cover from foliage, trees, shrubs and bushes, gaining height is not a problem. Once inside a property, access is quickly gained to cavities, floor voids, roof spaces, lofts and any other suitable areas for nesting. As well as being extremely agile, rats can dig very well...

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Posted by on Aug 2, 2016 in BH postcode, Bournemouth, Christchurch, Insects, mole, mole activity, mole control, Mole problem, mole removal, mole trapping, mole tunnels, Molehills, moles, pest control, Poole, Ringwood, rodent, Verwood | 0 comments

The better weather encourages us to spend more time outside in the fresh air enjoying our respective gardens. Moles feel this way too, although with a different way of enjoying the food that our gardens produce! It is the insects, worms and other foods that are in our gardens that the moles are searching for with their endless tunnelling. Freshly dug ground and mown grass stimulate worms and insect activity providing new larders for the moles to harvest. This is done through a network of mole tunnels that the food drops into and is quickly eaten. Plants are not a target or food source, but...

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