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Voles Removal in Topeka, KS

  • Voles are mouse like rodents somewhat similar in appearance to pocket gophers. They have a compact, heavy body, short legs, a short furred tail, small eyes, and partially hidden ears.
  • Voles spend considerable time above ground; they spend most of their time below ground in their burrow system. The clearest signs of their presence are the well-traveled above ground runways that connect burrow openings.  You can locate the runways by pulling back overhanging ground cover.  They thrive in a range of different habitats, all of which have dense ground cover.
  • Voles are active at all times of the year, day and night, and they do not hibernate.
  • Under favorable conditions, their populations can increase rapidly.
  • Voles can breed anytime of the year, having 8-10 liters per year with 6 young each. Peak times for breeding is spring and summer.
  • Voles are mostly herbivorous, feeding on a variety of grasses, plants, bulbs, and tubers. They eat bark and roots of trees usually in fall or winter.  They store seeds and other plant matter in underground chambers.
  • Voles cause damage by feeding on a wide range of garden plants, including artichoke, beets, Brussel sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, lettuce, spinach, sweet potato, tomato, and turnips. They can also damage turf and other landscape plants.  Voles will gnaw on the bark of fruit trees which over time will kill the tree.
  • Trap placement is crucial. Voles seldom stray from their runways. 
  • Bury dead voles or place them in plastic bags in the trash. They carry infectious pathogens or parasites; don’t handle them without rubber gloves.

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