Mole Control in the Vancouver and Portland Area

Are you tired of those mysterious mounds in your otherwise perfect lawn? At Natura, we’re not your average pest control service– we’re your partners in creating a mole-free paradise right in your backyard.
Moles might be elusive, but our comprehensive approach combines modern techniques with ecological mindfulness, providing effective treatments while fostering a sustainable environment.
We offer humane and fast services that eliminate infestations and guarantee a long-term solution to keep these tunneling creatures at bay. Rest assured, our expertise and state-of-the-art tools can help restore your yard to its pristine condition.

our unique approach

Picture this: A company dedicated to your satisfaction. We don’t believe in one-and-done services; we’re your long-term solution against pests. Our approach is a carefully crafted strategy that prioritizes:


Moles are tough critters to control, but they’re no match for the experts at Natura. Trust us to eliminate these problem pests in your yard in no time.

Eco-Friendly Approaches

We balance home protection with a passion for eco-conscious solutions. Our methods include sustainable practices, creating a safe space for your family and the local environment.

Your Peace of Mind

Moles are common year-round but are more active from fall to spring, when extensive rainfall makes the ground nice and soft. With our recurring pest control service, we’ll eliminate infestations and continue with preventive care throughout the year.

How Mole Damage Affects Your Lawn's Health

Moles might be small, but their underground antics can wreak havoc on your lawn and garden. Here’s what they can do to your backyard and some signs to keep an eye out for:
Molehills and Surface Tunnels: Moles create unsightly mounds of soil and raised ridges that make the lawn uneven.
Root Damage: Moles primarily feed on earthworms, insects, grubs, and other small invertebrates in the soil. While searching for food, they dig shallow tunnels near the surface, causing damage to plant roots and weakening grass, flowers, and shrubs.
Loosening Soil While beneficial in moderation, excessive tunneling loosens the soil, increasing erosion risk and destabilizing the lawn’s structure.
Creating Hazardous Areas: Surface-level mole tunnels weaken the ground, creating unsafe walking areas and risking ground collapse.
Attracting Other Pests: Mole activity disturbs soil and roots, inviting other pests like voles, mice, or insects to your backyard.

Foraging and Tunneling Behaviors of Moles

Moles are skilled diggers and thrive underground in moist soil where they can craft their intricate tunnel networks. Solitary by nature, they fiercely guard their territories, spanning hundreds to thousands of square feet. Primarily nocturnal, moles are active day or night, especially in cooler conditions.
Their diet primarily consists of earthworms and insects, requiring a substantial daily intake relative to their size due to their high metabolic rate. Because of this, their tunnels serve multiple purposes: shallow ones for feeding and deeper ones for nesting and protection.
Despite poor eyesight, moles rely on heightened touch and smell, using sensitive snouts and whiskers to detect prey and navigate dark tunnels. They adapt their behavior seasonally, digging deeper during extreme conditions and surfacing in rainy periods.

Experience a Pest-Free Environment with Natura Pest Control

Partnering with Natura Pest Control means accessing comprehensive solutions to solve your mole issues! We can quickly find and evict stubborn moles so that you can bring your lawn back to its former glory. 
Plus, if you sign up for our recurring pest control services, we’ll return every 90 days for preventative maintenance.
Ready to take back control of your home or business? Contact us today and experience the Natura difference!

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