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Location: Raleigh
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Originally Posted by citydweller View Post
A few years ago our yard also developed lots of holes. We learned they were voles probably displaced by a large road construction project very close by. I tried flooding the holes (tunnels) with a hose but that didn’t seem to help. Unfortunately, they devoured many roots of our perennials and they had to be replaced. Eventually the voles moved on. Good luck!
They're cyclical in population, or so I'm told. But they do incredible amounts of damage if you have a lot of perennials.
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