MOLE TRAPPING DIRECTORY • WILDLIFE CONTROL • WILDLIFE REMOVAL
Learn everything you need to know about the nasty tunnel digging wildlife animal called "mole". Explore the mole animal's physical appearance, behavior, strengths, weaknesses, daily activity, diet, breeding habits, mole species and other interesting tidbits of information on the burrowing wildlife animal mole.
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The history of Mole Trapper in the United States can roughly be traced before World War II. There are professional trapper of moles that can be found in major states and cities in the country. However, right after the war, towns and villages focused more on other important necessities in life. The trapper services for the mole seem to have been taken for granted. It soon faded into the background, as professional trappers look for better paying occupations and in-demand jobs.
Several decades after WWII, with the United States experiencing massive growth and economic development, the 'Traditional Mole Trapper' said to have become extinct. However not the wildlife animal "mole".
Most of the ancient trapping methods were soon forgotten, along with several old techniques. Gone were the old traps. The modern era however has brought new mole trappers and mole trapping procedures, reinventing the 'traditional mole trapper'. Throughout the years, it is continually improving to keep up with the latest technologies as well adapt to various new discoveries about the evolving behaviors and species of the mole. To put it in perspective, the old methods still became a guide and work hand-in-hand with the latest and best mole trapper in the market. Not withstanding with our new navigation system using 'space-age' satellite technology that helps us drive our trucks to get to your home faster.
We understand how home owners and people in general think about the phrases mole trapping, wildlife control, lawn pest removal and getting rid of moles. Some people may have even tried their own removal methods, which 'they think would work'.
We've heard all sorts of things from chemicals to sonic mole deterrents. Not all of these work and not all are safe. I have a client last year who lost the liner on the pole to lawn damage caused by a single mole. He tried the deterrent methods, but didn't work. He then replaced the pool liners only to see more tunnels near his pool once again. When I inspected the area, the home owner placed four sonic deterrents around the pool. The tunnel system dug by the mole however is a foot away from the deterrent and it was under the pool. When I set-up the mole trapper, I caught the mole the next day. The home owner was relieved and thought how could he have saved the pool from damages and how could he have save in expenses - if he have called a professional mole trapper in the first place.
An individual mole wildlife animal is capable of destroying your lawn, turf, garden or the general grass lands of your property. Moles live a solitary life, but maintains a certain territorial range. The damages to a yard can pile up and the next thing you knew, you have a whole landscape filled with mounds and mole hills. Before you lose hope and become frustrated with ineffective ways to remove the wildlife animal, you may want to get in touch first with a professional mole trapper.
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