Problems with Chipmunks
The main complaints we get are:
Chipmunks are digging in the yard or flower bed
Chipmunks are burrowing and damaging the yard or flower bed
Chipmunks eat seeds, berries, nuts, plant bulbs, insects and small vertebrae. Chipmunks normally live in underground burrows, mulch beds and rock piles. Chipmunks have a home range of about 1/2 acre. Chipmunks mate twice a year, once in February – March and again in late summer. Chipmunks will give birth to 2-5 young.
How to get rid of Chipmunks
A-1 Wildlife Service can put together a trapping plan to help with your chipmunk needs.