They are approximately 4”to 9” long including the tail. They will be a grey or brown colour.
Voles will have approximately 5 to 10 litters per year with 3 to 6 young per litter.
Voles dig burrows and nest in the ground leaving holes around your lawn.
They will typically be 6½” to 9” in size and can be dark brownish to a yellowish brown colour.
They reproduce between March and June, producing a litter of 4 to 7 young.
They are rarely above ground and are solitary except when they are breeding. They burrow into the soil, pushing the soil to the left and right creating a fan or kidney shaped mound. They then will push out the excavated material on the exit of the tunnel.
They are approximately 30cm long and are yellowish tan in colour.
Produce only one litter per year in the spring time with 5 to 8 young per litter.
They spend time foraging for goods above ground during daylight hours and burrow into the ground often in clustered or loose colonies, leaving behind mounds of dirt.