Effective Eradication of Ground Squirrels: 6 Trapping Skills & 2 Lethal Ways

Golden-mantled ground squirrel sitting on the stone.

Ground squirrels primarily belong to the long bodied terrestrial rodents. They are active during the day in summers and hibernate during the winter season. Ground squirrels are small in size. Nevertheless, they can be harmful and dangerous as well. They tend to make underground shelters, which requires extensive digging of the soil. The extensive digging […]

Kingsnake: Facts & 5 Species You Have to Know

Common kingsnake on grass

If you ever come across a kingsnake in the wild, your first reaction may be to run the other way. Often mistaken for the venomous – and dangerous – coral snake, kingsnakes like that predators cower and run away in fear. After all, it helps these non-venomous creatures stay alive. While it’s generally good practice […]

How Do Snakes Mate? 10 Facts Revealed

Two snakes mating together

You’ve seen a snake before, whether it was on television, in a book or even in person. Slithering quickly across the ground, a snake is a dominant force in the wild and is able to get around both land and water without arms or legs. And while admiring the beauty of a snake, you’ll often ponder […]

Shocking Gopher Snake Facts You Never Knew

California gopher snake on ground

Gopher snakes may have an intimidating appearance, but these non-venomous creatures are not to be feared. If anything, they’re more afraid of you than you are of them. Still, these snakes are to be respected, and are sometimes confused with other more dangerous snakes (like rattlesnakes) when out in the wild. Let’s learn more about […]

15 Q&As about Garter Snake Facts

San Francisco Garter Snake

Canada is filled with garter snakes, and these wild garters are also found in the eastern United States. These snakes, common and small, are known for eating small prey and they are often born alongside 20 – 40 brothers and sisters. Let’s take a look at some garter snake facts and Q&As to learn more […]

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