A plethora of mysterious holes in Virginia gardens had homeowners and gardeners perplexed: ‘surely they aren’t snake holes’. Turns out they were made by voles experiencing a normal cyclic population increase. Includes interviews with wildlife biologist Dr. Jim Parkhurst from the Virginia Tech Cooperative Extension Service and Dr. Keith Clay, mammal/cicada population expert at the University of Indiana in Bloomington. Published in the Orange County Review.
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