To trap a live chipmunk, place two traps on the path the animal most often takes, bait the traps, let the chipmunk eat from the traps for a few days, then set the traps. Be sure you have placed the traps in a location wh... More »

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According to the Department of Energy & Environmental Protection, chipmunks are found throughout the eastern United States and Canada. Their habitat extends west to the Mississippi River. Chipmunks tend to live in decidu... More »

Chipmunks are small members of the Sciuridae family, weigh between 1 and 5 ounces, and are about the size of a teacup. They resemble squirrels but live in burrows rather than trees, although some may take over abandoned ... More »

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As of 2014, Chirpie Chipmunkz Monkery sells chipmunks to homes in the United Kingdom and Europe. Chiptastic sometimes has Siberian chipmunks for sale, but they must be picked up in New York. Hilltop Exotics will special ... More »

The proper scientific term for a chipmunk hole is a burrow. The two types of burrows that chipmunks construct are shallow burrows used for short-term refuge and deep burrows that are used for long-term living. More »

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One difference between a ground squirrel and a chipmunk is that a ground squirrel only has stripes on its back, while a chipmunk has stripes on both its head and back. Chipmunks can also be slightly smaller. They range i... More »

To effectively rid a yard of moles, identify the mole tunnels, and then set mole-specific traps on the primary tunnels. Remove the mole, or dispose of its carcass. More »