Snake season is right around the corner in Australia, which means you are more likely to see a snake wandering onto your property or across the road. Although many types of Australian snakes are not deadly, there are a number of snakes that can be quite dangerous. That is why it is so important to practice snake safety when moving about in the coming months. At Pesky Possum Bird & Pest Control, we have seen our fair share of snakes over the last 25 years. In this article, we are sharing a few snake safety tips you can use this snake season.
1) Watch Out For Snake Prone Areas
In snake seasons it is incredibly important to look out for and avoid snake-prone areas. These areas can include areas of vegetation, swamps, grasslands, forests and areas with long, unkept grass. If you have an area like this on your property you need to be careful of snakes when moving through it.
2) If You See A Snake, Stay Still and Stay Calm
If you do come across a snake in your travels it is incredibly important to stay still and stay calm. Any erratic movements can antagonise a snake into action, whch isn’t something you want! Stay calm and slowly back away if you come into contact with a snake this snake season.
3) Call The Professionals At Pesky Possum Bird & Pest Control
Have you spotted a snake on your property? Don’t assume the snake will go away on its own. The best option is to call the professionals at Pesky Possum Bird & Pest Control. We have been helping Brisbane residents with snakes for over 25 years. This has given us necessary experience to safely remove the snake from your property. You can get in contact with us today by calling us on 1300 767 786. Alternatively, you can click here to contact us through our website.
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