Answer: Well, at least you can be proud of the fact that your soil is healthy - it probably houses a diversity of insects and earthworms, which are the natural food of armadillos. Small compensation, right? Well, there's a great deal of information on armadillo biology, behavior and control at this website: http://hammock.ifas.ufl.edu/txt/fairs/31849.<br>If you choose to hire a trapper, contact your extension service (ph# 205/774-2329) for a reference. If you want to trap the culprit yourselves, contact Gardener's Supply Co. (www.gardeners.com; ph# 800/863-1700) for a Havahart trap if you can't find a local source.<br><br>Hope this helps and you can put your gardens back in order!
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