Snakes Articles

Snake Control In The Fall Is ImportantSnake Control In The Fall Is Important
October 30th, 2018: Snake activity picks up as temperatures fall in late summer and early autumn before they go into hibernation. This is the time to focus on snake control around your property.

Conflict with WildlifeConflict with Wildlife
July 5th, 2018: As human populations rise and move into traditional wildlife habitat, human/wildlife contact is becoming more prevalent. This section provides general information and techniques for Virginia property owners when wildlife becomes a problem.

Water MoccasinsWater Moccasins
March 27th, 2018: Cottonmouths are venomous semi-aquatic snakes often referred to as “water moccasins.” They have large, triangular heads with a dark line through the eye, elliptical pupils, and large jowls due to the venom glands

Handle Snake Sightings in Your YardHandle Snake Sightings in Your Yard
March 14th, 2018: Virginia abounds in snakes and while most of the species are devoid of venom, there are some venomous species as well. Unfortunately, most snake habitats share proximity with human settlements.

Is This Snake Venomous?!Is This Snake Venomous?!
October 5th, 2017: Is This Snake Venomous?! Check out this video and find out how to identify venemous and non-venemous snakes in your area.

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