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Best snake repellent

December 22, 2021 |

5 Factors to consider when looking for the best snake repellent Choosing the best snake repellent for your home, garden, and yard is tricky. Here in this article, we will share what you must consider when trying to prevent and repel snakes from your property alongside important tips to maximize success. Snakes are a common occurrence in most parts of the U.S. So, there’s a high possibility of coming across…

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All you need to know about snake deterrents

November 22, 2021 |

All you need to know about snake deterrent. There are many different types of snake deterrents you can find out there. Each comes with its set of drawbacks and benefits. In this guide, we will share with you some practical ways to keep snakes from slithering into your yard. Living in a serene and cool environment can be lovely. But, sharing your backyard or any part of your house with…

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Snake Repellents

November 12, 2021 |

If you are considering using snake repellents, you might wonder about their effectiveness and the best solutions to use. This guide will share with you everything you need to know about using snake repellents to get rid of your snake problem. There are diverse snake species out there, and it’s always interesting to learn about them. However, you wouldn’t want wild snakes in your home. There’s a massive danger of…

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Where to Buy the Best Snake Repellents

May 5, 2017 |

Where to Buy the Best Snake Repellents Those legless, elongated carnivorous reptiles usually freak people out. Snake is indeed one of the most terrifying reptiles that you can ever encounter. The fear rises nowadays where snake seems to be fearless than ever. They lurk around the damp, dark corners of your house or take their residency up in the ceiling. People then try their best to get rid of them…

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Snakes

December 24, 2016 |

Snakes Facts, Identification & Control Latin Name Suborder Serpents Appearance There are different kind of snakes with lots of species. Snakes do not have well developed legs and eyelids. They come in divers length from 10cm to few meters. Their colors are of different types and combination ranging from vivid greens, reds or yellows to darker black or brown. Some come with unique coloration, stripes or patterns. Although they are great…

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Cottonmouth snake

December 24, 2016 |

Cottonmouth Snake Facts identification and control Biological name Agkistrodon piscivorus Appearance Owing to the whitish (cotton-like) lining in the mouth part of the snake, the venomous cottonmouth (also known as water moccasin) is about the only semi-aquatic viper left in the USA. Behavior, Diet & Habits Chiefly a native of the southwestern part of the country, the cottonmouth snake is a very good mostly found around ponds swamps creeks and…

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Sidewinder Snake

December 24, 2016 |

Sidewinder Snake Facts, Identification & Control Latin Name Crotalus cerastes Appearance The sidewinder (Crotalus cerastes), also known as the horned rattlesnake and sidewinder rattlesnake. The sidewinder is named after its unusual way it moves. It is mostly found in south western united states deserts. It is usually small with venomous pit viper of about 30 inches long for adult and can live comfortably in the sand. The sidewinder lighter color…

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Western Terrestrial Garter Snake

December 24, 2016 |

Western Terrestrial Garter Snake Facts, control & identification Latin Name Thamnophis elegans Morphology You will mostly find a range of yellow or white stripe on the back of western terrestrial garter snakes with one stripe of the same color on both sides. There sometimes can be black or red spots between the side and top stripes. The bottom side of the snake is black or olive-brown with some markings. There…

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Western Worm Snake

December 24, 2016 |

Western Worm Snake Facts, control & identification Latin Name Carphophis vermis Morphology                             The western worm snake is found in the western part of the United States. The snake is protected at the state level but not at the federal level. The snake can move quietly and get past a person without the person noticing. The black or dark purple dorsal scales and salmon or light pink underbellies helps the snake…

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Timber Rattlesnake

December 24, 2016 |

Timber Rattlesnake Facts Identification & Control Latin Name Crotalus horridus Appearance Timber rattlesnake is the only rattle snake found in the northeastern part of the United States and its main location ranges from central Texas to the East coast and also in the northern region such as New Hampshire, Vermont, Wisconsin and Minnesota. This snake is venomous and should be left alone. The timber rattlesnake has a small neck and…

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Rough Earth Snake

December 24, 2016 |

Rough Earth Snake Facts, Control and Identification Latin Name Virginia striatula Physical Appearance Earth snakes are secretive snakes, having gray, brown or red color on their backs, while a yellow to cream coloration on their belly. Young earth snakes have a light coloration at the back of their head. When fully grown, earth snakes measure between 7 and 12 inches. Diet, behavior and Habits This specie of snake is mostly…

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Boa Snake

December 24, 2016 |

Rubber Boa Snake Facts, Identification & Control Latin Name Charinaumbraticaor Charinabottae Appearance The scientific name for Rubber boa was derived from the Greek word for delightful or graceful while its generally know name came from its skin appearance. There are two types the boas, one is of the united state origin while the rossy boa, Lichanuratrivirgata is the second. It is sparsely available in the western united states, the genus…

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