Maryland Mole Removal

While moles are not rodents, they can cause just as much trouble and be a real nuisance.

Unlike mice and rats, moles live outside under the ground. They dig tunnels in search of food, damaging yards, cutting off vital nutrition to plants and creating unsightly mounds of dirt. For their small size (about 7 inches), moles can be a lot of trouble. The signs of mole activity on your property may include volcano-looking small dirt hills, tunnels that appear as raised veins just below the surface, plant damage and dead grass along the tunnel route. If any of this sounds familiar, it’s time to get in touch with us for professional mole removal in Maryland.

Norway Rats in Maryland

Norway rats are the most abundant in Maryland, thriving in sewers, stores, and farms.

Their reproductive cycle is rapid: a female can come into heat every 4 to 5 days and then mate again within a day after a litter is born. The average female rat has 4 to 6 litters per year, producing about 20 to 30 offspring annually. You can see how just two rats on your property can quickly grow into a big problem. A combination of food supply and secure shelter is an invitation for rats and mice to colonize your property.

Contact Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control

Don’t wait till your rat or mouse problem gets out of control. Contact Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control today and we’ll dispatch one of our Maryland rodent control technicians right away.