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Chipmunk Removal in Topeka, KS

  • Chipmunks are small, ground-dwelling members of the squirrel (Sciurid) family known for their burrowing habits and love of nuts. Average size 2-6” long with a 3” tail.  They are less than one (1) pound in weight.
  • Despite the size of the chipmunk can cause significant damage to homes, yards, and farms. Chipmunks will build trenches in yards, gardens, and fields.
  • A chipmunk is shades of brown/yellow/grey fur with white and black stripes down the back.
  • Chipmunks will stay where there is plenty of ground cover. This includes logs, trees, stumps, shrubs, and rocks.  Chipmunks are partial to woodland or brush land.
  • Chipmunks dig extensive burrow systems directly underneath or next to manmade cover. They dig shallow burrows in which they seek refuge while foraging during the day.  They build more complex burrows – this is where they nest, store food, and spend the winter months. Chipmunks will excavate as deep as 3 feet into the earth.  Chipmunks like to live alone in their dens.
  • A chipmunk does not venture more than 1/3 of a mile from their burrows.
  • Chipmunks are omnivores – foods that are found on the ground.
  • Their diets consist of nuts, seeds, grains, berries, corn, insects, mushrooms and bulbs.
  • Chipmunks are active in the daytime hours. They are busy stockpiling nuts and seeds for the winter.  They gather 165+ acorns per day.
  • Chipmunks will stay in their burrows during the winter, only waking to eat.
  • Breeding occurs twice a year – once in the spring and once in the summer. They give birth to 4-5 babies. They have two (2) litters per year each consisting of 4-5 babies.

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