Moles, small burrowing mammals, are found in the Southeastern United States, including states like Georgia. These subterranean creatures are recognized for their cylindrical bodies, powerful forelimbs, and adapted digging capabilities. While moles play a crucial role in soil aeration and pest control by feeding on insects and larvae, their burrowing activities can lead to challenges for homeowners. In the Southeast, mole tunnels can damage lawns and gardens, causing unsightly mounds and compromising the integrity of landscaping.

Windward Pest Services understands the concerns associated with mole infestations and provides professional solutions to address these issues effectively. Our services are designed to identify and manage mole populations, ensuring a well-maintained and pest-free environment for residents in the Southeast. By employing environmentally conscious methods, Windward Pest Services aims to control mole problems while maintaining the balance of the surrounding ecosystem.

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Types of Moles

The Southeastern United States is home to several species of moles, each exhibiting unique characteristics and adaptations. The Eastern Mole (Scalopus aquaticus) is a common resident, recognized for its velvety fur, spade-like hands, and cylindrical body. Another species, the Hairy-tailed Mole (Parascalops breweri), is distinguished by its long, bushy tail and strong digging abilities. While these moles contribute positively to soil health by consuming insects and larvae, their burrowing activities can pose challenges for homeowners.

Windward Pest Services is equipped to address mole infestations effectively, providing professional solutions tailored to the specific characteristics and behaviors of these subterranean mammals. Our services aim to ensure a well-maintained and pest-free environment for residents in the Southeast, employing environmentally conscious methods to manage mole-related concerns while preserving the natural balance of the ecosystem.

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Eastern Mole

(Scalopus Aquaticus)

Recognized for its velvety fur and powerful forelimbs, the Eastern Mole is a common species in the Southeast.

a Eastern Mole (Scalopus Aquaticus) with its mouth open

Hairy-tailed Mole

(Parascalops Breweri)

Distinguished by its long, bushy tail and adept digging abilities, the Hairy-tailed Mole is notable in the region.

a close up of a Hairy-tailed Mole (Parascalops breweri)

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q What types of moles are common in the Southeast?


Common moles include the Eastern Mole and the Hairy-tailed Mole.

Q Are moles harmful to humans in the Southeast?


While generally not harmful, moles can be a nuisance; professional services can address infestations and alleviate concerns.

Q Why do moles burrow in lawns and gardens in the Southeast?


Moles burrow to feed on insects and larvae, leading to tunnel systems and mounds; Windward Pest Services offers effective solutions for mole infestations.

Q Can moles pose risks to vegetation or gardens?


Moles primarily feed on insects and larvae, benefiting soil health; professional services can address potential issues related to mole presence in gardens.

Q How can I identify signs of a mole infestation in my lawn?


Signs include raised tunnels and mounds of soil; professional inspection can confirm the extent of a mole infestation.

Q Are moles associated with specific environments in the Southeast?


Moles thrive in various environments, adapting to different soil types; Windward Pest Services considers these factors in mole management.

Q Can mole infestations be prevented in lawns?


Windward Pest Services provides preventive measures, such as habitat modification, to minimize the likelihood of mole infestations.

Q Do moles carry diseases?


Moles do not pose health risks to humans; professional services can address concerns related to mole presence.

Q Are there eco-friendly methods for managing mole issues?


Windward Pest Services prioritizes environmentally conscious solutions to manage mole infestations, ensuring minimal impact on the environment.

Q How quickly can Windward Pest Services respond to mole-related concerns in the Southeast?


We prioritize prompt service, offering swift and efficient solutions to address mole infestations and alleviate concerns for homeowners in the Southeast.

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