Chipmunk Pest Control
Chipmunks are rodents that dig burrows in a variety of locations: woodlands, lawns, gardens, parks, woodpiles, and brushy areas, making them common visitors to Ohio and Southeast Michigan. Chipmunks are small, striped rodents of the family Sciuridae.
Chipmunks have an omnivorous diet primarily consisting of seeds, nuts, and other fruits, and buds. Around humans, chipmunks can eat cultivated grains and vegetables, and other plants from farms and gardens, so they are sometimes considered pests.
During chipmunk breeding season, you will notice more and more chipmunks. The Eastern chipmunk, most common in Ohio and Michigan, has two breeding seasons. The first breeding season is in February through April, with the other being June through August.
Chipmunks can be a major nuisance for Ohio and Michigan home and business owners. If you have a chipmunk infestation and need help, Delving Pest Control is here. Contact us today to schedule a free estimate.