Dengo Wildlife Control will Trap, Remove, Manage, and Control most species of Nuisance Wildlife including Rock Chucks. So... if you want to know how to get rid of Rock Chucks, please read on!
Rock Chuck, Wood Chuck, Yellow Bellied Marmot, Ground Hog, Whistle Pig. These are all subspecies or nick names of the Marmot. What we call a Rock Chuck is a Yellow Bellied Marmot.
Rock Chucks will drop their pups in late May or early June. Pups will stay confined to the burrow for about a month after birth. Most litter sizes are from 3 to 4. Rock Chucks are herbivores and they particularly prize you favorite flowers and just ripe tomatoes! No your eyes weren't playing tricks on you, Rock Chuck do climb trees!
They seem to get into some rather unusual places. We have even removed them from HVAC Systems. Common problems with Rock Chucks are:
- Digging under and undermining Foundations
- Invading Crawl Spaces
- Undermining Concrete Pads
- Flea and Parasite transfer
- Gnawing Decorative Trim and Posts
- Home Invasion
- Entering HVAC Systems (contaminating ductwork)
- Eating Flowing Plants
- Lawn and Garden Damage
- Living under Decks
- Using Decks and Patios as Toilets
- Degrading the integrity of Ditches, Canal Banks & Earthen Dams
- Crop Damage
Burrowing Rodents are no joke. Take a look at this informative article (click here) to see how a "harmless" burrowing rodent can cause a big problem in a short time.
Our normal Service Area for Rock Chuck Control is a 50 mile radius of our office in East Boise. For Rock Chuck issues outside our normal Service Area, please see our National Directory for a Provider in your area.
Don't be ruined by Rock Chucks. Call the experts at Dengo Wildlife Control.