In the U.S. 23 species of Voles are currently present. Five are common in Utah- the Prairie, Meadow, Long Tailed, Water, and the Montane Vole. This small pest is generally less than 10 inches in length and can usually be distinguished by a brown or gray color. They can be found in areas where they feed, in large patches of grass or heavy foliage areas. Beside eating only vegetation and bark off of trees, they also eat snails and insects. Voles are both nocturnal and diurnal, meaning they live in both the day and night. If you see any holes around your home contact us immediately to get this pest taken care of.