A vole is a small rodent; a relative of the mouse, with a stouter body, a shorter,
hairy tail, a slightly rounder head, smaller ears and eyes, and differently formed ...
How to control voles on your property. Learn the facts about voles: appearance,
behavior, diet and habits, signs of infestation and damage.
Identification is a first step in vole control (they're distinct from moles). Then you
can work on getting rid of these field or "meadow" mice.
Learn about vole biology, food habits, damage caused by voles, and damage
Aug 14, 2009 ... UNL Extension Educator Dennis Ferraro shows us a trapping method to catch
and control voles in the home landscape.
Voles, also known as meadow/field mice, are not mice, in fact. Though both of
them belong to the same rodent family, they are classified into different groups.
Q. How do I control moles? My yard is tunneled to death! And what's the
difference between a mole and a vole? ---Joe in Alexandria, Virginia Our
Keeping voles out of the garden will help keep your vegetable and herb plants
healthy and strong. Discover the best tips for keeping these critters at bay.
Voles (Microtus spp.) are small mammals that occur throughout Kansas.
Sometimes referred to as “meadow mice,” voles are compact rodents with short
Voles, Microtus spp., also commonly called meadow mice, are seldom seen
though the damage they do to garden plants may be a too common sight. These