The woodchuck’s diet and habit of burrowing make them a serious nuisance around homes and gardens.
Woodchucks have short legs and a bushy tail, and are from 16 to 26 inches long. They have two coats. The first coat is dense and grayish-colored. This is topped with a layer of coarse fur that gives the animal a frosted look.
Why are they in my yard?
- Woodchucks like to eat vegetables, and they will raid your garden to get them
Are Woodchucks a danger to my family?
- Woodchucks are known to get into fights with dogs
- They also transport ticks and fleas
How can Warner’s help me?
- We are able to trap the woodchuck and relocate it to a better home
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