Gopher Blog, Posts and Videos Click here to visit our Gopher Blog Click here to visit our youtube channel Smith’s Gopher Trapping Youtube Channel Got Ground Squirrels? These holes make sports fields very dangerous. Ground Squirrels! Ground Squirrels Under a Big Oak Fantastically Large Gopher Piles Ground squirrel damage under retaining wall Ground Squirrels Burrowing Under Pool Patio in Los Altos Hills This Burrow Can house 1-10 Ground Squirrels Typically they come in solo and begin to breed. Example of mole pile in lawn in Santa Cruz CA Typical soil debris thrown out of a ground squirrel’s burrow into a parking lot Raccoon Damage in Alameda County CA Ground Squirrel burrow following sprinkler pipe Ground squirrel burrowing under concrete causes cracking Our Gopher Cars Are Clearly Marked So You Know Who We Are Ground squirrels causing concrete failure Ground squirrels digging under concrete driveway in Los Altos Hills Gophers are under the asphalt here Typical ground squirrel mess from tunneling under patio Gopher pile in lawn Example of Mole Damage- Moles often run along hard edges. Ground Squirrels Digging Under Shed Chico Ca is a nice place to be a gopher trapper in the spring Huge mole piles- look a lot like gopher Mole piles can be huge and look like gopher piles to the untrained eye! Gopher Damage like this is very unsightly. Mole Piles In Lawn Gopher’s can make a huge mess! Meadow Vole Damage This little gopher can cause a ton of damage! Fan shaped gopher piles in an orchard Voles make many small holes with runs between Gopher damage can cause injury by making fields unsafe Can you tell if this is gopher or mole? (it’s a mole) Moles love hard edges A three-way ground squirrel burrow opening in a baseball field in San Jose Ground squirrel burrows can fit a man’s leg Gophers in school fields can make playing ball dangerous. Moles Damage Flagstone get rid of gophers in los gatos ca Gopher inside gopher-wire basket! Mole behind a rock wall Gophers have surrounded this headstone and it will surely settle or fall over in time. This gopher is undermining this monument at a local cemetery, causing it to list to one side. Gopher pile with visible soil plug This is a small popup hole that a gopher made. These are tupical of older activity where no soil pile i needed to make new openings. These holes are often used for feeding on grass. This is easy to identify gopher damage to a lawn that most people are familiar with. Moles often follow hard edges and mush up piles of soil as they go A fresh gopher pile.