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Nuisance Wildlife Rangers provides Mole Removal and Mole Control throughout Central Florida including Tampa, Ft. Myers, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, West Palm Beach, Port St. Lucie and the surrounding areas. Mole Control is a service that is usually not effective when handled by typical pest control companies. The removal of Moles must be done aggressively to get rid of Moles and prevent them from returning. We specialize in Mole Removal, Mole Trapping, and complete Mole Control solutions.

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    Moles are very destructive to lawns and can damage a yard in a very short time. These pests dig very extensive tunnels to help them find food without coming in contact with predators. Their diets consist of beetles, earthworms, grubs, and other types of yard born insects.


    Moles can be very difficult to remove and should be handled by a professional wildlife removal company, such as Nuisance Wildlife Rangers. Like many other types of nuisance wildlife, the best way to remove a Mole is through a very aggressive and extensive trapping program. After the Mole is removed from your property, the next step is to treat the lawn to get rid of any insects that might bring other Moles onto your property.

    There are many types of chemicals available on the market designed to treat Mole problems, but very few actually work to completely remove Moles. Mole trapping is the only way to effectively remove Moles from your property. Nuisance Wildlife Rangers are specially equipped and expertly trained to handle Mole Removal as well as well as many other types of Wildlife Removal.

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    For avid gardeners, the presence of moles in the garden is bad news. Funny enough, moles neither eat plants nor fruits. Instead, their diet consists of earthworms, beetles, white grubs, and larvae. Hence, in gardens, they dig up tunnels to bring out worms and grubs. Unfortunately, their burrowing actions affect the root system of garden crops, leading to their demise. Visit to learn more about how to remove moles.

    But that’s not all. As excellent burrowers, their actions also disfigure the landscape of the garden, lawn, and entire yard. How? As they dig, they move out the dirt to the end of the tunnels to form molehills. These molehills are scattered around the yard, usually about 6 feet apart from one another.

    Nuisance Wildlife Rangers is a professional wildlife company that offers a wide variety of wildlife removal – including mole control. If you’re struggling with a mole infestation, read on to learn some of the most effective strategies we’ve implemented for clients like you.

    • Remove food sources

    As noted earlier, moles love to eat worms, grubs, beetles, and larvae. Hence, the presence of these animals attracts moles. Now, here comes the dilemma. Some of these insects and worms are also important for the health of your garden. For instance, worms and grubs help loosen the soil, improving aeration and water flow.

    So, what can you do? One good strategy is to introduce alternate beneficial species that feed on grubs but are not as tasty to moles. Nematodes are a perfect example. Note that this strategy is slow.

    If you desire faster results, applying an insecticide is the way to go. But note that this may impact the overall health of your garden.

    • Reduce moisture

    Plants in the garden need water to survive. But over-watering also attracts earthworms and grubs, which in turn attracts moles. That’s why you need to avoid over-watering. Also, avoid over-watering your lawn so you don’t attract moles to your property.

    • Apply a repellent

    Moles have very poor eyesight. But what they lack in eyesight, they compensate for it with an extremely developed sense of smell. Hence, moles find it hard to adapt to areas with a discomforting smell. That’s why repellents sometimes work.

    An effective natural repellent can be made by mixing three parts of castor oil with one part of dish soap. Use the resulting mixture to soak the tunnels and entrances of the mole. Because moles dislike this smell, they are forced to leave.

    Note that repellents have to be continuously reapplied to sustain their efficacy.

    • Dig a trench

    Moles mostly move around through their tunnels. If you can make it impossible for them to dig into your garden, you can keep them out. Here’s how to do that.

    Dig a trench around two feet deep and six inches wide around your garden. Then fill the trench with rocks or gravel, or you can line with it hardware cloth or wire mesh. As the mole approaches your garden, it encounters this barrier and is unable to get through it.

    • Keep a clean yard

    Moles are very shy creatures. They like to travel alone in the dark, and they rely on tall grasses, fallen leaves, woodpiles, and organic debris to conceal their activities. That’s why you need to clear it off from your garden. Also, ensure that you trim your lawn regularly.

    • Trapping

    In some instances, trapping and relocation is the best way for getting moles out of your garden. A live trap should always be used. Worms and peanut butter make for good baits. Once the mole is captured, it should be taken at least 5 miles away from the capture site and released.

    Note that trapping a mole requires an adequate understanding of mole behavior, mainly possessed by professionals. That’s why you might need a wildlife removal expert.

    Our professionals at Nuisance Wildlife Rangers will not only help remove nuisance moles from your garden but will also put measures in place to ensure they never return.

    How to Protect Your Yard from Mole Damage

    Moles are small tunneling mammals that are often confused with rats. These rodent-like animals are really not rodents, they are insectivores and spend their lifetime digging up grubs and feeding on them.

    Moles are drawn to insects and bugs, and if you have a lot of pests in your garden, you’ll almost certainly encounter moles or mole tunnels. Moles are notorious for creating intricate underground networks of tunnels and mounds, quickly destroying or causing damage to plants, grass, and trees in your yard. If you have a mole problem, you’re at the right place, keep reading to find out how to protect your garden from these notorious diggers.

    Eliminate grubs

    Grubs are a favourite food of moles. Moles will relocate in search of better food sources if you remove the grubs and other insects from your yard. The use of helpful nematodes or milky spores to destroy grubs is recommended for controlling the amount of grubs in your yard. Use a pesticide if you want quick results. If you can successfully get rid of the moles’ food source, then you can get rid of the moles!

    Keep your lawn tidy

    Moles prefer to stay hidden. As a result, removing their shelter is a wonderful strategy to urge them to seek shelter elsewhere. Avoid covering gardens with thick layers of mulch and remove any wood piles or mounds of plant matter. Excess wetness attracts insects and offers a great environment for moles, so you may want to reduce your watering. And lastly, keep your lawn maintained and your garden beds in good shape.

    Use a repellent

    A mole repellent can be an effective treatment for an infestation in some instances. Castor oil, for example, will not kill moles, but it will induce digestive problems in those that come into contact with it, making your grass less interesting to them. Because both moles and gophers dislike the smell and taste of castor oil, using a castor oil-based repellent is a good approach to keep them away. Mix 3 parts castor oil and 1 part dish soap to produce your homemade mole repellent. Add 4 tablespoons of this mixture to a gallon of water and cover the tunnels in your yard with a general amount of the mixture. Also do the same to the edges of your lawn.

    You can also buy mole repellents in liquid or granule form and use a spreader to apply them to your lawn. If you pick this option, make sure you carefully follow all instructions on the label.

    Castor oil-based repellents are available in liquid and granular form at home and garden retailers. Once they dissolve in the soil, they emit a noxious odour that repels moles. To use, sprinkle them on the soil where tunnels or cone-shaped mounds emerge, then water the lawn with a garden hose or wait for rain.

    Block them out with a fence

    Moles and gophers also can be deterred by physical barriers. Installing fences around flower beds and garden beds is a good idea. To make sure that your fence is strong, use durable metal sheets or wire mesh. Each barrier should be bent at the bottom and buried beneath the soil surface, with the bent part pointing away from plants and garden beds.

    You can also try scaring moles and gophers away with electronic, or vibration devices, these do not really produce good results because the moles will learn to ignore them. Or if you have a cat or a dog, they can try to scare moles away.

    Trap and remove moles

    Trapping is a foolproof method of getting rid of moles. The Nuisance Wildlife Rangers team will evaluate your yard, determine the most active mole pathways. We will then proceed to strategically set the traps with the appropriate bait to attract and trap the animals. This strategy will not only eliminate your current mole problem, it will also prevent moles from coming back in the future because we specialise in mole removal, mole trapping, and complete mole control solutions. Our professionals at Nuisance Wildlife Rangers will not only help remove nuisance moles from your garden but will also put measures in place to ensure they never return.

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