Did you know that gophers helped to restore the ecosystem of Mount Saint Helens? You see, because gophers live underground, many were able to survive the ash. After the explosion, gophers continued to do their thing and create those telltale mounds of dirt. Those mounds of fresh dirt on top of the barren ash made areas where seeds could grow and plants flourish. Without the help of the humble gopher, Mount Saint Helens would have taken a lot longer to heal. It is easy to appreciate the work of gophers, when they are far away from your home. When gophers invade your yard, it is becomes difficult to appreciate the little rodent. It won’t take a gopher long to transform your beautiful yard into piles of dirt.
Is It Termite Season?
What time of year do termites generally appear? This is, perhaps, the wrong question to ask. While termites will only…