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icwdm.org/inspection/GroundHoles.aspx

These holes tend to be rather large (over 6 inches wide) and occur where pocket gophers and ground squirrels live. The photo on the left is a badger den. Note the volume of dirt excavated. The photo at the right is a badger left after hunting for food. Landowners will typically find a number of these holes in a field where ...

www.gardeningknowhow.com/lawn-care/lgen/lawn-and-garden-holes.htm

Jan 1, 2017 ... If you are experiencing holes in your yard, there are a variety of things that could be causing them. Learn what those are and how to fix the problem in this article. Click here to get additional info.

www.walterreeves.com/insects-and-animals/diagnosing-holes-in-the-yard

Sometimes many heads are better than one when it comes to solving a problem. Wade Hutcheson, my Extension colleague in Spalding county, gets plenty of calls from the citizens of his area asking his help in identifying various holes in their landscapes. Wade is certainly familiar with several of the common causes and ...

homeguides.sfgate.com/diagnose-holes-yard-82136.html

When you've spent countless hours under the hot sun grooming your lawn to perfection, few situations are more discouraging than the sudden appearance of unidentified holes. Look on the bright side, however: Once you're armed with the proper know-how, you can easily identify common pests by the holes, burrows and ...

www.extension.umn.edu/garden/yard-garden/wildlife/whats-digging-holes

Sometimes it's difficult to identify burrowing animals that have been damaging yards or gardens. They may be nocturnal or so elusive that we never see them. Nevertheless, identifying the animal is an essential step toward controlling or managing the damage. Often the presence of a burrow or other signs of digging are the ...

homeguides.sfgate.com/could-making-tunnellike-holes-yard-97026.html

Burrowing animals are the prime suspects when a homeowner discovers tunnels and holes in the yard. Many kinds of small animals, such as moles, voles, chipmunks and rats, make holes in the ground. Some, such as moles, create complex tunnel systems, while others, such as rats, dig burrows in which to hide. Identifying ...

www.todayshomeowner.com/identifying-the-cause-of-holes-in-your-lawn

“My lawn is full of holes – it looks like I have aerated, but I have not. What could be causing these holes, and what should I do about it?” -Jan. Small holes in your lawn are almost always caused by a digging or burrowing creature, and before you can address the problem you have to identify the cause. Holes can be caused ...

msue.anr.msu.edu/news/whos_that_digging_in_my_yard_skunks_raccoons_or_moles

Feb 13, 2013 ... Gain a better idea of which critter is digging up your yard or garden by the damage they cause. ... It is possible to identify the digger by the clues left at the scene of the crime. Let's look at the three main suspects. Shallow holes in the ground, surrounded by a ring of loosened soil. Skunks are often the cause ...

www.clemson.edu/extension/hgic/pests/plant_problems/hgic2364.html

When holes and excavations mysteriously appear in lawns, it is helpful to note the season, location, and size. These are helpful clues when trying to identify the culprit and prevent further damage. The following information should help match the holes to the cause.