Mole problems in the Yvelines region, Rambouillet and Saint Germain en Laye: le taupier 78

You are looking for a professional molesmith in the Yvelines department (78) – Our references: the PSG (paris saint Germain) !

Getting rid of these “cursed” moles can then become the obsession of the soccer grounds gardener in Yvelines!

But you’ll see that, even if it spoils the beauty of your lawn and sprains your ankles, this subterranean animal is amazing,

as much for its predatory intelligence as for its energy (did you know that the word “bosser” comes from the hump created by the molehill?).

Where to place the traps in the network of mole tunnels?

Mole traps can’t be placed just anywhere. Look closely at the galleries you need to trap (red cross).

The traps should be placed in the main gallery, which is regularly used by the mole. mole traps are centrally located

in the gallery (one in each direction).

more information in jérome Dormion’s book, “le piégeage traditionnel des paupes”, Ulmer publisher

The mole nest and the network of mole galleries

The mole nest: The male and female will build a nest after breeding to raise the young.

it’s a 40 cm high, 20 cm wide chamber with a solid vaulted ceiling.

The nest is made up of several galleries, to enable the mole to evacuate quickly in the event of danger (escape gallery).

The center of the nest is made of dead leaves to receive the young.

The deepest gallery acts as a drain, so that even in heavy rain, you’ll always stay dry.

The mole nest is easily identifiable on the surface of the ground: it’s often the largest molehill.

It is assumed that moles intentionally line their nests with damp grass to generate heat through fermentation.

Tip: Never trap near the nest, as the mole is even more wary.

Historical anecdotes about moles, told by Alain Baraton

The Prince of Orange, William III of England (1650-1702), died as a result of a fall from his horse: the latter stumbled against a molehill (made by the mole), throwing him off his horse and causing his rider to fall to his death.

The second historical anecdote about moles, recounted by Alain Baraton, is that the molekeeper at the Château de Versailles, M. Liard, had his own lodgings, where he organized parties with women of lesser virtue. When Napoleon discovered him, he dismissed him on the spot…

Today, the company Taupe Green uses the same traditional and ecological mole trapping technique.

Taupier 77, professional mole hunter in Seine et marne, Ile de France…… Chateau de Fontainbleau

Very significant damage at the Chateau de Fontainbleau (mole 77), getting rid of these “cursed” moles can then become the obsession of gardeners !

Where do moles live? in moist, cool soil, rich in earthworms, as here in Seine et Marne at the Chateau de Fontaibleau.

This subterranean animal is amazing, both for its predatory intelligence and for its energy (did you know that the word “bosser” comes from the hump created by the molehill?).

Taupier in Gaillon (Eure), testimony from novelist Francoise Bourdin in Port-mort (Normandy)

New branch of Taupier Taupe green in Gaillon, Eure, intervention at Francoise Bourdin’s home

Testimonial from a satisfied customer of mole trapping services in port-mort (normandy)

“Thank you so much for finally ridding me of the ten moles that were turning my garden into a minefield! After all the so-called recipes I’d tried without the slightest success, and despite the help of gardening friends, my problem remained unresolved. I work at home as a novelist, and looking at my garden is normally a source of inspiration, which lately has become a source of exasperation. Your traditional mole-trapping intervention was radical, and I know, having called on you a few years ago, that I’m in the clear for a long time to come! As the saying goes: “To each his own”… Françoise Bourdin.

Françoise Bourdin is a French writer. She has published some forty books, and ranks fourth among French writers in terms of number of books sold.