Do I have voles in my yard?
Signs of voles in your garden include 1- to 2-inch-wide runways on the surface of your yard. You can spot a vole’s burrow by holes in your lawn or around the base of trees. The grass immediately surrounding the hole will be very short, and, unlike a molehill, there will be no soil mounding around the opening.
Do voles come in the house?
Voles generally like to stay outside. … Voles prefer eating plant materials and generally don’t do well indoors. As such, they rarely enter the house. When they do enter your house, you have several options for getting rid of them.
How big are voles and moles?
Voles are rodents and are about the same size as moles (4 to 6 inches in body length) with relatively large black eyes, small ears, a blunt face, and prominent orange front teeth for gnawing. Meadow voles, the most common voles in Pennsylvania, are herbivores and eat a variety of grasses, seeds, and roots.