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Snake Trapping and Removal
While all snakes are not poisonous, all snakes can bite. Removal of snakes may require special techniques and precautions to protect person and snake. It is always safer to allow trained wildlife specialist to trap and remove nuisance wildlife. The wildlife specialist at All About Wildlife Control understand the health and safety risks of dealing with snakes and we have the knowledge and experience to safely and effectively solve your nuisance snake problem at your home or property in Greenville, SC, Anderson, SC or Seneca, SC and the surrounding areas.
Call All About Wildlife Control today at (864) 546-1016 to get rid of snakes and to prevent snake problems.
All About Wildlife Control in Greenville, Anderson, and Seneca, SC is your trusted snake control and removal expert.
Snake Prevention and Control
Habitat modification and entry point exclusions are important factors for snake control. Cleaning up debris piles and clutter in yards and around structures reduces areas that snakes can hide. Keeping grass mowed and trimming shrubs from touching house and touching the ground will also make areas around house or buildings less desirable for snakes to hide. Sealing all holes and gaps around pipes and foundation of home and buildings will reduce entry points for snakes.
Limiting food sources for snakes is also a major prevention and control method. Controlling rodent, mice, insects, frog and lizard populations around and inside a home or structure can reduce available food sources that attract snakes. Snakes also eat eggs and small birds. Preventing birds from building nests on porches, buildings and sheds will further reduces food sources for snakes.
North America and South Carolina have a large variety of snakes. There are thirty-eight species of snakes in South Carolina. Most snakes are non-poisonous but South Carolina does have six types of poisonous snakes, the coral snake, eastern diamondback rattlesnake, timber (or canebrake) rattlesnake, pigmy rattlesnake, copperhead, and cottonmouth.
All snakes have teeth and can bite. Visit link above and the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources website to learn more about identification of snakes in South Carolina and surrounding areas.
All About Wildlife Control in Greenville, SC, Anderson, SC, and Seneca, SC is the area’s trusted snake control and removal expert. Contact us today! (864) 546-1016