Rodent and Mole Control Program

We hold deep beliefs that you can promote life without the use of harmful means, which is not only dangerous for the planet we call home, but for all of its inhabitants.

Moles are small burrowing mammals from the Talpidae family and the hairy-tailed moles (Parascalops breweri), are the most common in the northeastern United States. In some situations, moles actually serve a valuable function by offering deep aeration of soil as they feed on grubs, earthworms, and other underground insects. However, for homeowners seeking a beautiful lawn, moles are a serious nuisance. The small volcano-shaped heaps of earth caused by mole tunneling can ruin your well-manicured lawn.

Mole Hills
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The following are some valuable information on the devastating effects of “second death” from the use of black boxes.

Conventional methods, although fairly effective and inexpensive, have long-lasting and widespread negative impacts on our loved ones, pets, and the nature we coexist with. In California, the only state other than New York that has looked carefully, rodenticides showed up in 78 percent of mountain lions, 84 percent of San Joaquin kit foxes, and in San Diego County, 92 percent of raptors. In New York, rodenticides were found in 49 percent of 12 species of necropsied raptors. For great horned owls, the figure was 81 percent.

Our Rodent & Mole Protocol:

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“As we become more and more aware of the collateral damage that the black rat poison stations are causing we feel we need to let you know about this wildlife tragedy. Rat poisons find their way to hawks, foxes, cats, dogs and other natural predators of rats.” – Antonio

The collateral damage numbers are alarmingly high as these black boxes launch poisoned killer rats into our immediate environment.

We are taking action by using approved rodenticides that aim at rats only. No collateral damage like the black boxes used around so many Long Island homes. Our baits are vitamin-based and approved by the E.P.A. and more importantly approved by the Organic Materials Review Institute or OMRI.

Rodent & vermin control: Garden MoleOur mole control will encompass a holistic approach to the overall health of your yard.

You may also be interested in reading about the Fleas & Ticks program

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