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Vole Control / Trapping

Vole Control

Vole Control

For vole trapping service call 860-510-6313.  

Along with Mole trapping we provide the addon service of vole trapping. Unlike moles voles are less territorial, catching 5+ is not all that uncommon when performing vole control service. Typically I provide vole control as an addon service when mole trapping.  Voles will create tunnels in the grass not under it, unless soil is soft like in mulch beds. Voles eat plants and seeds mostly and can destroy young shrubs and ornamental plants when they nibble on bark and roots.

In Connecticut, meadow voles are the most common vole I trap. Meadow voles do more damage than Pine Voles. Meadow voles eat a wide variety of crops and plants, with a preference for grasses. When vole populations are at a peek no plants are safe.  In late summer and fall, voles store seeds, and other plant base foods in their borough. Voles are all year long daytime and night. They construct a complex tunnel system with surface runways (as in the picture) along with multiple burrow entrances. A tunnel system can hold several adults and young. Voles are short lived and rarely live longer than one year. Breeding occurs during spring and summer. Liters are one to six voles and up to five litters per year. Females mature in 34 to 41 days.  One pair of voles can turn into 7-32  in one years time. 

Vole run, and vole trap

Vole run, and vole trap

Vole traps used during vole control

Vole trapping in Connecticut

Vole trapping equipment

The traps above are what I will commonly use for vole trapping when small children and pets are present. These are live catch traps. Vole control can be time consuming traps must be moved from hole to hole systematically.  Mouse snap traps are also used to great effect when performing mole control service.  Give us a call for all your trapping needs. 860-510-6313

Mole Trapping Hamden CT

Mole extermination Hamden