Mole Hunting, August 1, 2004 page 2 / 19
Now examine the mole hills. One must first locate the main arterials which the mole uses to move around the yard. Typically, these "highways" run between the larger mole hills. Several lesser used tunnels may extend from the main track. These may be used for feeding, but are less traveled and should not be used for trap placement. In the example below, the mole has made a very well defined path along the surface, but often the only indication is a slight rise in the grass and soil over the tunnel.