Slithery long reptiles with no legs. They usually pack a bite with fangs.
We often write our blogs about pest control as pertaining to apartment buildings, homes or business spaces. One type of living space often not mentioned by pest control articles is assisted living complexes. These buildings offer their own unique set of challenges for those looking to control pests. In this article we will go over […]
Snakes are good for keeping rodent populations down and bringing balance into nature. They typically want to avoid human contact as much as possible. But, we tend to run into one another from time to time. The problem with snake and human interaction is that some snakes (very few) are deadly. Their bite can send […]
Snakes freak most people out. And even the people they don’t freak out would be alarmed if they opened the closet door and a snake slithered out. So, what should you do if you find a snake inside your house? We have compiled a short list of steps your should take. Try Not to Freak […]
Last month we wrote two articles about snakes in Florida. Both articles were about non-venomous snakes you could find within the state. So, it is only fitting that for our third part of the snakes in Florida series, we write about the some venomous snakes. In this article we will go over both types of […]
If you live in Florida and like snakes, congratulations, because Florida is one of the best U.S. states to find snakes. The warm climate and wide open expanses of marshland cause snakes to thrive here. Also, their food supply, which usually consists of smaller creatures, is in great supply as well. If you do not […]
The other day I went for a nature hike through some wooded trails. I encountered no less than three snakes in this 60 minute trek. Each one of them scattered when they realized I was walking down the path. People tend to think of snakes as an aggressive creature that is dangerous, and in some […]
While some people don’t mind snakes, there is a large majority that harbor the same feelings toward them as Indiana Jones, and would rather not have them around. There are 45 species of snakes in Florida, six of them venomous. Many of these snakes reside in Melbourne and the surrounding areas of Cocoa and Cocoa […]