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Gophers are small burrowing rodents native to many parts of North and Central America. These creatures have cheek pouches where they can store nuts and other vegetation in their mouths. Unlike similar rodents, gophers do not hibernate during the winter, meaning that they are active all year wrong. Gophers create their homes inside burrows in the ground that consist of a series of tunnels. These tunnels can be used for storing food or moving from one place to another.
A gopher burrow is identified by the large mound of dirt that sits above the tunnel. If you have come across one of these burrows on your property, you may have an issue with gophers. If you do, it is time to call the experts at Trutech to solve your problem the right way. Our team of licensed wildlife management specialists have the tools, knowledge, and skills that it takes to perform an effective gopher control or gopher removal on your property. At Trutech, we value the lives of all animals, big or small. That is why we only implement humane trapping and removal techniques. If you have a problem with gophers on your property, the time to solve this problem is now. Call in a team of experts and specialists at Trutech to perform humane and efficient gopher removal and gopher control services.
Our gopher removal and gopher control services are guaranteed to help you regain your peace of mind and your yard. At Trutech, we are confident that our specialists have what it takes to create a solution that works for you, your family and your property. Don’t wait too long to call Trutech- gopher tunnels can reach up to 6 feet deep!
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On average, pocket gophers are small creatures that weigh about half a pound and reach around 7 inches lengthwise. They are mostly brown in color and have typical rodent characteristics like small, beady eyes, tails, and protruding incisors. Gophers also have claws, which are curved and used for digging extensive tunnel systems, while their cheek pouches allow them to hoard food.
Gophers rarely leave their burrows to find food, although they do surface occasionally to eat plant bulbs, nuts, and fruits. The rodents typically prefer roots and pieces of plants that are accessible from underground, targeting crops like beets, turnips, and carrots.
Pocket gophers can live most anywhere soil is soft and easily excavated, and species are found in each region of North America. Even areas with seasonally cold climates support populations of gophers, as they adapt and burrow through snow. Gophers are rarely seen above ground. If sighted outside their tunnels, they are generally seeking food or digging new pathways. They rarely venture more than a few feet from the nearest tunnel entry.