(Star-nosed) moles appeared in this garden for the first time
(in 15 years) and were extra active in September. Our cat can
kill them but stopped after 3 or 4, perhaps because they do not
taste good. Advice please?
I found the following article to seem quite useful:
It advises using castor oil-based repellants, smoke bombs, and various
and if those don't work, mole traps.
Moles seem to be rampant garden pests, wish I could help;
All I could tell you is to have a look at this article:
This side of the rainbow
go_internet firstname.lastname@example.org wrote the following:
Inground swimming pool. I fish out an average of 4 dead moles per season.
Also one or two field mice or chipmunks and a few frogs.
I do manage to save most of the frogs and did save one chipmunks life by
netting him before he drowned.
I thought I might have to give him CPR but he managed to recover and
fled before I could get some work gloves.
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