Why moles are so active in June and July

Moles are a nuisance year-round but especially in June and July. The babies are typically born in the Spring and in the early summer the babies tend to start to move around looking for food like the larger moles. It means more tracks and runs in your yard.

Smaller moles are more vulnerable and can be captured by cats and dogs fairly easy and if you have a pet that roams around the backyard chances are you have seen a little one turn up in recent years.

Larger moles are a little more elusive and tend to go down deeper in warmer months if the ground is very dry to find food. But rain will bring moles closer to the surface to find grub worms.

If moles are tearing up your yard contact us today allen@nashvillemoles.com for a free estimate.

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