Protect Your Home and Business From Moles.
Moles Found In Washington State
Moles may seem harmless—with their velvety, furry appearance—but around Puget Sound, moles can present problems to homes, businesses, and landscapes. These small mammals quickly become pests, thanks to the tunnels they burrow through yards and the meals they like to make out your home-grown vegetation.
What Do Moles Look Like?
Three mole species are commonly found in the Pacific Northwest: Townsend’s moles, Pacific moles (sometimes called the coast mole), and shrew moles. They range in size from 4 to 9 inches long with soft, dark brown or black fur. Their forelimbs—which contain an extra thumb—look and act like shovels, helping them dig for shelter, protection, and food. Their primary senses are smell and hearing, although their ears aren’t visible. Moles’ eyes are quite small or, in the case of shrew moles, covered by skin, as moles don’t rely on sight to survive and to hunt for food.
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