I do. Too many. Last year we started trapping them because they were stealing tomatoes and fruit, and something chewed electrical wiring in our back yard as well. We quit trapping over the winter, but I think we’ll have to pick back up again. These holes were pretty big. I think an armadillo was probably digging for grubs or skink eggs. It was the typical cone-shaped armadillo hole, and there was a lot of earth moved.Do you have any squirrels? clancey
In between thunderstorms today, my husband and I went out and checked on the garden. No new holes. We also added some new zip ties to secure our deer fence to our rabbit fence in more places, and made the poly mesh on the outside more secure as well. An armadillo could dig under the fence, but I didn’t see any spot where that had happened. I’m not sure if this one climbed the rabbit fence and slipped through a gap or pushed in at the gate or what.