A bit of seasonal misinformation has been floating around, as it does each Spring – that rattlesnakes are more aggressive as they emerge from winter dens. Thankfully, this is not true. Rattlesnakes are not more aggressive after hibernation. As the myth goes, rattlesnakes are hungry and grumpy, so will act more aggressively towards anyone that gets […]Continue reading..No, rattlesnakes are not more aggressive when they come out of hibernation
The world is changing, and whether a temporary event or longer-term, we have made some changes to our processes so that we can continue working with homeowners in Arizona to peacefully resolve rattlesnake conflicts. Fortunately, the nature of our works makes this relatively easy for us with just a few changes. We don’t have a […]Continue reading..Our COVID-19 changes to keep you safe, while we keep you safe.
One of the top questions we get about rattlesnake fencing, is HOW HIGH DOES SNAKE FENCING NEED TO BE? These questions aren’t only from homeowners, but also in regards to regulations from homeowners associations and planned communities who unfortunately often enforce sub-sufficient standards for snake fence installations. The quick answer: 3’ high. In this post […]Continue reading..How high does a snake fence need to be?
The first rattlesnake sightings of 2020 have started to pop up around Arizona, along with the subsequent misinformation. To get a jump on things, let’s clear a few things up. SHARE this with your local community group. Rattlesnakes are not out early; some reported sightings are completely normal. You do not need to worry or […]Continue reading..The first rattlesnake sightings of the year! Here’s why you shouldn’t worry.
Starting with the Christmas decorations started for some people as early as Halloween (you know who you are) and have been popping up throughout November. Most people hold off until after Thanksgiving, however, and we notice some trends. This period, where homeowners dig into that pile of stuff in the back of the garage that […]Continue reading..Garage Rattlesnakes & Holiday Awareness
Even in rattlesnake-heavy areas, all things being equal – some houses are much more prone to snake encounters than others. Based on 8,000+ call records to our 24/7 rattlesnake removal hotline, some minor differences in the placement and features around your home can make a huge difference … and unfortunately, there’s not much you can […]Continue reading..House at the end of the street? You’ll see more snakes than your neighbors.
One of the biggest questions we get each November, when homeowners are surprised that snakes keep showing up in their social media feed: When do snakes go to sleep? For snakes, that answer can be complicated. Snakes don’t really hibernate in the winter in the sense most of us are familiar with. Instead, they go […]Continue reading..When do snakes “go to sleep”?
For many homeowners living in rural areas or urban contact zones, snake encounters on the property are a concern. Most of these encounters are harmless, but venomous varieties, such as rattlesnakes, are not at all uncommon. Whether it be due to potential dangers or just because people just don’t like snakes, just how to keep […]Continue reading..How to Keep Snakes Away from Your Home – The Ultimate Guide
Cooler temperatures and the approach of Fall means rattlesnakes are highly active. For the weekend, here are some quick things that you can do to greatly reduce your chances of seeing a rattlesnake in your yard. All of these take less than 1 hour to do, so it’s easy to incorporate them into your Saturday […]Continue reading..5 things you can do right now in under an hour to see fewer rattlesnakes in your yard.
For as common as they are, and as often as people see them, the Longnosed Snake (Rhinocheilus lecontei) is almost unknown to most of us. Why is this? It seems to be due to a superficial similarity to a very well-known snake, the California Kingsnake (Lampropeltis californiae). A mild-mannered, white-and-black banded snake that appears from […]Continue reading..Let’s talk about Longnosed Snakes