Charleston, South Carolina Snake Removal-Snake Control

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English: Timber Rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus...

English: Timber Rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus) & Copperhead (Agkistrodon contortrix) snugglin up together at the Louisville Zoo.. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: Timber Rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus) & Copperhead (Agkistrodon contortrix) snugglin up together at the Louisville Zoo.. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

In Charleston South Carolina snakes are found just about everywhere. From the farm Lands of Charleston South Carolina to the city streets in Atlanta, snakes can be found. Just because you live in the suburbs doesn’t mean you won’t run into a snake in the yard or even in your garage.

In the Charleston South Carolina suburbs most snake bites occur when working in the landscaping or the pruning of ground cover shrubs and bush. It is always good to wear gloves and pay attention to the area your are working in. Most snakes will try their best to avoid you if you give them the chance.

Copperhead snakes love to feed off of insects and reptiles such as frogs and lizards that are found in the yards in suburbia.

Copperhead closeup

Copperhead closeup (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Copperhead closeup (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Copperhead snake loves moist areas that are sheltered from the sun and they will set up an ambush for their prey. This is when human contact can happen. Copperhead snake can blend into their surrounding using the camouflage of the skin color to hide their presence.

Rattlesnake can be found in the Charleston South Carolina and in the city as well as the farm land. The Rattlesnake can deliver a devastating bite and should be avoided at all costs. The Rattlesnake will use its rattle located on its tail to warn those that come to close. Call your local Wildlife agent to remove the snake and inspect your property for reasons that the

snake was there to begin with.

English: A B\black rat snake (Elaphe obsoleta ...

English: A B\black rat snake (Elaphe obsoleta obsoleta). The keeled scales, white chin and lighter ventral scales are keys to identifying it. Notice the opaque (blue) eyes which mean the snake is in “molt” and will shed its skin in a week or so. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: A B\black rat snake (Elaphe obsoleta obsoleta). The keeled scales, white chin and lighter ventral scales are keys to identifying it. Notice the opaque (blue) eyes which mean the snake is in “molt” and will shed its skin in a week or so. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Rat Snake or Black Snake are typically the most frequent calls a Charleston South Carolina wildlife control expert receives. The rat snake can enter a home and live in the attic, basement or crawlspace for extended periods of time due to the fact that they do not need the sun digest their food. Rat snakes are usually are non aggressive unlike the black racer which can be very aggressive .

Coral snake can also be found in the state of Charleston South Carolina.

Eastern coral snake

Eastern coral snake (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Eastern coral snake (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Wildlife Professionals can Remove Snakes in Bonneau SC, Bonneau Beach SC, Goose Creek SC, Hanahan SC, Jamestown SC, Ladson SC, Moncks Corner SC, Pinopolis SC, Russellville SC, Saint Stephen SC, Sangaree SC, Charleston SC, Awendaw SC, Folly Beach SC, Hollywood SC, Isle of Palms SC, Kiawah Island SC, Lincolnville SC, McClellanville SC, Meggett SC, Mount Pleasant SC, North Charleston SC, Ravenel SC, Rockville SC, Seabrook Island SC and Sullivans Island SC.

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