By Barnes Wildlife Control, May 25 2017 07:05PM
Moles in your Yard? :
The owner of a large home in Riverside thought she might have a Coyote problem, so Jack set up some of our signature motion-capture cameras. These are a sure-fire way to catch pests and invasive animals in action. While he was there, she asked about moles who were tearing up her garden.
Another company had charged the Riverside homeowner $2,000.00 and had not caught one mole. Barnes Wildlife Control is owned and operated by people who know the animals, their habits, and the best way to catch them. Jack used the cameras to watch the movements of the moles. This allowed him to strategically place traps inside their underground tunnels. In just two days, he caught two moles. Barnes Wildlife Control charged the client $175 for this service.
The best way to get rid of moles is to simply trap them and release them elsewhere. Moles eat worms which are impossible to get rid of--and you don't want poison in your garden. Grubs, however, can be treated for, and that is one less food source for the moles in your nice garden.