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"Specializing in the Removal of Unwanted Wildlife"

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Vole Damage & Control

 

Dengo Wildlife Control will trap, remove, control and manage most species of Nuisance Wildlife including Voles. So... if you want to know how to get rid of Voles, please read on!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Voles are an important prey species and just about everything eats them. It is common where Voles are plentiful, to have other Nuisance Wildlife issues such as skunks and badgers tearing up the lawns, gardens and landscaping, in an effort to acquire a meal. Snakes, Birds, Fox and Coyote also prey upon Voles.

In addition to their subterranean burrows and numerous holes in the ground, they create a great deal of damage to ornamental shrubs, flowers, grass and trees. We have seen them damage and kill large swaths of ornamental ground cover and clog the pumps of decorative water features and swimming pools just by falling in and drowning.

Voles are active year round. Most damage occurs during the winter months. Often times, this will transpire beneath the snow. When the snow melts and Spring arrives, it becomes all to apparent what damage has occurred because plants and shrubs never green up and continue to whither.

Voles are extremely prolific breeders and birth year round, with peak activity during the spring and fall. Depending upon the species, Idaho Voles usually have 5 to 10 litters per year, producing about 6 per litter. A single Vole may give rise to over 100 per year. Damage rises and falls with population fluctuations.

Dengo Wildlife Control will initiate a program to control your Pest Vole problem and dramatically reduce or eliminate the issues you are experiencing. Since much of our Vole Control work is scheduled during peak winter months, we recommend you call and schedule you Vole Control program well in advance.

(208) 869-9055

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Dengo Wildlife Control - P.O. Box 5634 Boise, Idaho 83705-5634, (208) 869-9055

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Idaho Voles are small, mouse-like rodents that are found throughout Idaho. They are often referred to as Meadow Mice of Field Mice because they are generally regarded as an outdoor pest. Voles tend to be darker in color than mice, with small eyes, tiny ears and a very short tail. Their presence is often detected by the egg sized holes in the ground and the trails extending throughout the grass from the holes.

Note the egg sized holes. This is typical Vole damage. What you can't see is the damage to the root structure of your ornamental trees and shrubs. That's a white pen in the middle for size comparison.

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