Large Rodent

Large rodent with brown / gray coat, with yellowish tones. The groundhog is generally stocky, its head seems flat and its neck absent. The male and female are almost identical, 45 to 70 cm plus the tail 10 to 18 cm. In urban areas, she likes to settle in small escarpments such as hillsides, ditches, heaps of rocks and mounds of sand, all galleries, sheds, in retaining walls, in landscaping. .

She does not like if there is too much humidity, woodlands and swamps and stays below 200 meters above sea level. She is an expert in the construction of galleries, she is able to move a quarter of a ton of earth to dig her burrow in just a few days. His house is composed of a master bedroom which is used for sleeping and raising his young. Others
galleries consisting of multiple exits.

The groundhog is a burrowing rodent, it digs its galleries in ways similar to moles and it gnaws the vegetables of the gardens by the roots. The inconvenience it causes does not always justify moving it, avoid offering it an environment in which it will feel at home. Keep your bins and compost boxes closed. Of course plastic bags should be avoided.



Keep the corners and hiding places of your property, places such as crawl spaces, under the shed, gallery or patio, clean and clear. Install scouring barriers: fenced hedge and fence around the trees, close the access to the spaces described in the previous point (shed or gallery / patio). You are out of breath, trust the specialists in catching and relocating groundhogs at PK Extermination We will catch your groundhogs and relocate them in the wild more than 10km from your home.



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