Gophers Moreno Valley

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Moreno Valley Gopher Control – Moreno Valley Gopher Removal

Several types of gophers, or pocket gophers as they are correctly named, that occur in Moreno Valley, California. However the most likely to come across in Moreno Valley, CA is the Valley pocket gopher. They are not gofer or goffer like so many people do. They are a small animal 5 to 7 inches not including the tail. They come in various colors but are most often grayish brown.

Moreno Valley Gopher Control

Moreno Valley Gopher Control – Are gophers in my lawn in Moreno Valley

Pocket gophers normally spend most of their time underground in Moreno Valley. You will rarely see gophers in Moreno Valley so the best identification method is to examine the gopher mounds that usually accompany their activity.

Typical Gopher Mound

Dirt pushed up by gophers


Typical Gopher Mound in Moreno Valley, CA

build their tunnel systems in your Moreno Valley property, they will sometimes shove dirt out to the surface forming mounds. The Moreno Valley dirt is pushed to the surface from tunnels that are at an angle to the ground. The gopher mounds are kidney shaped as shown in the picture above. This helps tell them apart from mounds made by moles that are shaped like a volcano.

Moreno Valley gopher holes are usually closed off at the surface with dirt. This helps to distinguish them from other burrowing animals like ground squirrels you can see in Moreno Valley. On average, a single pocket gopher makes about 1 to 3 mounds per day. This is why you need to get rid of gophers immediately. Gopher removal (not gofer removal) is usually done by a professionals near Moreno Valley, CA. Rodent Guys is experience on how to kill gophers.

Gopher Damage in Moreno Valley, CA

Gophers are serious agricultural pests on your Moreno Valley property. They eat landscaping and turf alike. They feed on many types of vegetation. The dirt mounds they make can be ugly, smother turf, and even pose trip hazard on playgrounds in Moreno Valley. This hazard is also important around horse stables. Farmers feel it is important to perform gopher control to protect their prized animals from breaking a leg.

Moreno Valley Gopher control | Gopher Removal and how to get rid of a gopher in Moreno Valley, CA

The most effective Moreno Valley gopher control methods to remove gophers quickly and gain control in Moreno Valley are trapping and gopher poison. Trapping and baiting are options that an ordinary property owner in Moreno Valley can use with limited success. For Moreno Valley home owners trapping is the most effective way to get rid of gophers and remove gophers effectively. Poison baits available to non-licensed people are not an effective way to get rid of gophers. This is because the gopher bait strength is rather low resulting in ineffective gopher control in Moreno Valley.

Baits available to the licensed companies are much more potent and very much more effective for gopher control than those available to a unlicensed person. The main reason to hire a gopher expert like Rodent Guys is knowledge of how to get rid of gophers in Moreno Valley with proper placement of fumigants, traps and or bait for effective gopher control to get rid of gophers in Moreno Valley, CA.

Gopher Repellents | Moreno Valley Gopher Control

There are no sprays or scaring devices available in Moreno Valley that have been proven to protect Moreno Valley landscapes from pocket gophers. Some plants, such as gopher purge and castor bean, have been purported to offer protection. No independent testing for these claims have ever been documented to prove they work for your Moreno Valley home. If repellents really worked to get rid of gophers we could just simply spray this all over and the gophers would magically disappear. If that did work we would not be in business.

Legal Status for Moreno Valley, California

Moreno Valley pocket gophers are classified by the DFG as a non game mammal. If they are causing damage, they are allowed to be taken using any legal method.

Rodent Guys Pest Control for Moreno Valley, CA

We offer service to most of Los Angeles, Riverside, Orange and San Bernardino Counties for gopher control, squirrel control and mole control.

Owner - Nick holding 2 gophers

Nick with gophers


Gophers Moreno Valley

We will come out to your Moreno Valley property toexterminate gophers in Moreno Valley using the optimal methods based on each situation to achieve the best gopher control. Where allowed, tunnel fumigation method is used to get rid of gophers because of it’s effectiveness to control gophers. On Moreno Valley residential properties poison bait below the surface in the pocket gopher tunnel is our normal gopher control method and will kill gophers quickly after they consume the bait.

However, we are Moreno Valley gopher trapping experts. We provide gopher trapping lessons for gopher removal and getting rid of gophers on your own for your Moreno Valley property. We can teach you how to get gophers with traps overnight for another option in Moreno Valley.

How to get rid of gophers in Moreno Valley, CA is a tough job for the novice. We have a ton of experience with gopher control in Moreno Valley and will do a good job in doing so. We are primarily an agricultural pest control service for Moreno Valley. We also perform squirrel pest control, mole pest control and other “yard” type pests in Moreno Valley. Please call Rodent Guys today for more information and pricing options for your Moreno Valley and surrounding properties.

Gophers Moreno Valley

Rodent Guys 457 W Allen Ave, Suite 117 San Dimas, CA 91773,  909-599-4711

Owner: Nick Nielsen

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