Professional Colorado Snake Control Services
Snakes do not cause property damage, but they can attack and bite humans and pets when provoked, which can cause extreme pain and even death. Young children playing outside in the summertime are generally at highest risk of a snakebite. Although venomous snakes are rare in Colorado , even a non-venomous snake bite can become infected and lead to illness. Snakes go wherever there is food. Places with existing rodent or insect infestations make promising homes. Residents can detect the presence of snakes by keeping an eye open for the reptiles sunning themselves on patios, driveways, or rocks. Finding discarded snake skins around Colorado homes or yards is another good way to discover snake infestations. If there is a pond or stream on the property, snakes may be seen swimming in the water or slithering through the grass at the water’s edge.
To prevent snakes, residents should remove potential burrowing sites and reduce available food sources. Clean up brush piles in the yard, trim overgrown shrubs, and keep lawns mowed to a short height. If there are rodent infestations on the property, Colorado homeowners should take steps to eradicate them. The best solution to snake problems is to contact a wildlife control agency. The wildlife and pest removal experts at Colorado are trained to identify species of troublesome snakes and then eradicate them. Our removal technicians also help safeguard homes from additional snakes and address the underlying causes bringing them there in the first place.
A snakebite usually happens when the snake feels like it is being threatened, harassed, or is stepped upon.
They have large bodies, flexible jaws and also feature vestigial hind limb.
For the larger types, such as the boas, a wooden box trap or a minnow trap would be more appropriate.
Be safe! If you find a snake in your home or office, always leave the identification of that snake to an experienced professional; Call Snake Removal Professionals.
What makes them so dangerous is not just the kinds of toxins that they can emit, but also the effect that toxin can have on its victim.
Snakes like something to hide in like wood piles, piles of debris, high grass and overgrown vegetation.
Found in every region of the United States, snakes are legless reptiles that instill fear in many people.
There is no reason to be afraid to go out in your backyard.
Once it emerges, the timber rattlesnake seeks out other snakes to reproduce.
Despite the unpleasant side effects, lethal snake bites are one of the least common causes of death in the United States.
They lead a burrowing life style and mainly feed on small invertebrates such as termites and ants.
Snake Removal Professionals technicians can inspect your home or office for possible snake access points.
While in the southeastern portion of the United States, they are more frequently found around higher, rocky edges of swamps or river floodplains within deciduous and hardwood forests and in the mountains.
There's too many snake species to catalogue here. Some facts common to all snakes - they have no eyelids.
Trapping snakes is the most effective way to remove them.
The best way to prevent cottonmouth bites is to minimize contact with the snake.
Again, always practice caution.
When snakes aren’t removed from a home, they usually can’t find their way out even though their intentions aren’t to remain in your home for long periods of time.
This is because the snake will not stick around until the service professional arrives.
Pigmy Rattlesnake– 1-2 feet long with a thick grayish body with splotches on the back that are separated by a reddish-brown stripe.
In addition to the copperhead, there are also water moccasins and rattlesnakes living in the state, though these are generally not found in Atlanta.
Snakes in this group are generally characterized with long but slender bodies.
Snake Removal Professionals is dedicated to resolving your snake problem in the most efficient way possible, however the length of time to resolve the problem varies; each snake trapping and removal session is different.
While there may be color variations, the typical timber rattlesnake is often brown or grayish in color with a darker brown or black zigzag pattern that repeats itself across the length of the snake’s body.
This is because some snakes are beneficial hence can help shield your property from other pets.
Snakes often mate in the spring.
Cottonmouths mate in the late spring or early summer.
Always practice caution especially if you do not have the skills to handle snakes.
Once the snake is gone, it’s very important to shield your home from any future inversion.
Despite this, many people have a deep-seated fear of snakes and don’t want any around their homes.
As far as potency of venom goes, that's the Coral snake - but that's a rare and docile snake.
Not usually an aggressive snake, most cottonmouths bite when it is stepped on or harassed.
Frequent sightings of snakes on your property may be a sign of a rodent problem.
A member of the pit viper family, the cottonmouth snake uses a pit, a heat-sensing organ located between its eyes and nostrils, to detect prey.
Although not all companies do this, it’s one of the best things to do