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Voles are small rodents that are often referred to as “field mice”. Voles are found across the United States, especially in rural areas. These rodents are only about 3-9 inches long when they are fully grown. Voles will dig complicated tunnels underneath your yard or garden, potentially destroying the plants that are growing there. Voles are always looking for plants to eat, so they may be tempted to venture near your property in search of vegetation to eat.
Voles are not necessarily dangerous to humans. However, their droppings and carcasses have been known to carry certain diseases that can be harmful to humans if not handled properly. To avoid potentially harmful diseases or infections, you need to call a Trutech specialist to conduct a vole removal properly. Our licensed specialists have the tools and knowledge that it takes to solve your vole problem quickly. And, our humane vole removal and vole control techniques ensure that no animals are harmed as they are removed from your property.
Don’t wait until your yard has been destroyed by voles to try to solve your problem. When you call Trutech about your vole issue, you can rest assured that your problems are in the best hands. Give us a call today to learn about our environmentally sensitive vole removal methods and a knowledgeable team of specialists.
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Voles are small, stocky, and resemble field mice. Species vary in length but are between four and eight inches long on average. They have short tails and legs, thick fur, and small eyes. Their fur is either brown or gray.
As omnivores, vole diets most often consist of plants, grass, seeds, and bulbs. The pests also eat bark from trees, and some species prey on insects. Crop fields and gardens are at high risk of becoming infested with voles.
Voles are adaptable when it comes to their living environment, though they prefer to have some kind of coverage in the form of tall grass. As such, lawns, farms, gardens, fields, and meadows are common nesting grounds.