What Kinds Of Animals Destroy Gardens?

You may have wondered at one time or the other what kinds of animals destroy gardens. There are many times of Greenville animals both domestic and wild that will destroy your garden if you do not take the necessary measures. You will be surprised to find that these animals are cute but are capable of causing so much damage to your yard or garden. Depending on where you are, these animals can be little rodents or huge animals, bigger than you are. Yes, no kidding, think of a buffalo or elephant. Well these animals are a source of entertainment as you watch them scamper and scurry here and there near your homestead. However, they will become a nuisance the moment they start wreaking havoc in your in your g arden or yard. This is because they will turn to be destructive. Whatever the wild South Carolina animal any of us get entered to home, we need to get it out in short span of time. This is not something to worry about. There are lots of ways that can help us getting this done in proper way.

Let us look at some of the Greenville animals you might encounter in your landscape and the damage they cause.

1. Moles
To start with, South Carolina moles are small velvety-furred burrowing mammals having small eyes and fossorial forefeet. As they are burrowing animals, they are fond of digging tunnels in your garden in search of insects, worms, grubs among others. If they come across the roots of your plants, they will cut through with their sharp teeth. The more the tunnels they create, the more your Greenville garden will look messy.

2. Voles
–“Any of various small mouselike Greenville rodents of the family Cricetidae (especially of genus Microtus) having a stout short-tailed body and inconspicuous ears and inhabiting fields or meadows.”Voles create more damage than moles because they feed on roots of plants and grass. They will also get seeds out of the soil and feat on the rhizomes and bulbs. They are also known to peel the barks of trees when much hungry.

3. Chipmunks
Chipmunks may look adorable but they are very good at feasting on seedlings, seeds, flower bulbs and also flower garden. They also burrow to make nests.

4. Squirrels
Squirrels also cause damage as they move around your garden looking for food. They are also liable to cause structural damage to outdoor Greenville areas and buildings.

There are a host of other animals like gophers, rabbits, Greenville opossums, feral cats, raccoons, and deer to mention but a few that are capable of destroying your garden.

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