Mole Info: Moles live underground and surface only occasionally. Their cylindrical
bodies and powerful front claws are ideal for digging. They almost "swim" through dirt. Moles create
a complex labyrinth of interconnected chambers by burrowing both deep and close to the surface, where
they often leave visible ridges. Mole hills are places where the mole has pushed up earth above the
surface. They have very poor sight and feed mainly on worms and insect larvae that they find by the
sense of touch and smell. They do not eat roots or tulip bulbs. That is the work of voles.
Nuisance concerns:The primary problem with moles is the tunnels. These little animals can leave ridged tunnels
all over a lawn. They are not necessarily harmful, but can ruin your nice landscaping.