- vole 1 (v l). n. Any of various rodents of the genus Microtus and related genera, resembling rats or mice but having a shorter tail and limbs and a heavier body.
- Voles - Internet Center for Wildlife Damage Management
- B-177. VOLES. John M.
- Voles - Utah State University Extension
- Figure 1. Montane vole, Microtus montanus (left), and Prairie vole, M. ochrogaster (right).
- Voles: Wildlife Notebook Series - Alaska Department of Fish and
- Voles are mice that have fuzzy coats and short tails. They mainly live in and eat grass.
- general biology
- voles are 5 to 7 inches long and have stocky bodies, short legs, and short tails.
- PROTECTING TREES FROM VOLE DAMAGE
- There are several species of voles in Ontario. The most common is the meadow vole, which is found throughout the province.
- The Unfortunate Vole
- One of our friend's dogs had flushed a vole (a small rodent resembling a mouse) from its den, captured it, and was shaking it violently as he clutched it between his jaws.
- Threatened wildlife returns as clean-up of rivers pays off
- One species under serious threat was the water vole – the creature that features as Ratty in the classic children's book Wind in the Willows.
- Vole leaps into nature-trekking schoolboy Lukka Reynolds's wellington boot
- By Daily Mail Reporter A schoolboy was looking for voles on a nature trek in the countryside when one jumped into his welly. Lukka Reynolds, seven, met his little furry friend whilst learning how to track mammals in the wild on a trip in Wales.
- Army of Voles Retreats From Northside Counties; Agriculture Spared From Rodents
- It was like something out of a low-grade horror film: The Year the Voles Came out in Masses.
- Techniques to control the damage by voles
- Management and control of meadow voles, pine voles, prairie voles, montane voles, by John M. Obrien.
- Voles (Meadow Mice) Management Guidelines--UC IPM
- UC home and landscape guidelines for control of Voles (Meadow Mice).
- Vole Traps and Trapping Techniques - YouTube
- Feb 21, 2009 Visit http://www.traplineproducts.com for more information on trapping voles or to buy kits shown in this video.
- Vole Control - Identification of Voles and Getting Rid of Them
- Garden pest identification is a first step in vole control (they're distinct from moles) . Then you can work on getting rid of these 'field mice' or 'meadow mice.
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