I recently inspected a client's lawn that has sustained severe damage due to either mice or voles, but the neighboring lawns have no damage. The lawns have been covered in snow since early December and they border a natural greenway. My question is: Why did my client's lawn have rodent damage and the others didn't? My only guess is the lawn is composed of different turf varieties that the rodents prefer, or fertility and watering practices during the growing season contribute to more lush turf during the winter for the rodents to feed on. Any suggestions?