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Voles are herbivores. They eat plant material. They use the tunnels that are dug by moles, which eat grubs. Get rid of the grubs, and you will get rid of the moles, and the voles will not have tunnels in which to travel. You get rid of the grubs by spreading milky spore. But your neighbors need to do it also or they will come right back.
Milky spore, also gardens alive has a nematode that you can dilute in water and spray in a back pack sprayer. Also have use mole be gone.
If you plan on planting any trees, make sure you use a tree tube, those voles will girdle a tree and eat its roots...
Moles are about the size of a fat chipmunk, blind, live underground, have a nose that looks like a stubby octopus, and make raised tunnels and mounds of dirt in your yard and eat grubs and earthworms. Voles are about the size of a field mouse, have eyes, and eat seeds and stuff in your yard. Voles make the little hollow tunnels in the grass that you see when the snow melts. As forge stated, they will also eat the tender roots and stuff around ornamental shrubs, flowers, and such.