Many years ago I saw a two piece thing for catching and transporting
snakes. It was made up of one piece that had an L bracket on a long
handle that was used to pin the snake to the ground. The other piece was
another handle that had a loop on one end that you could put over the
snakes head and tighten with one hand. What is this thing called and
where do I purchase it?
I don`t want to kill the black snake but it is after some baby birds.
All snakes are good snakes but I don`t want him/her under my deck
On May 6, 11:56 am, email@example.com (Herb Eneva) wrote:
Do you KNOW if the snake can be relocated?
Here in AZ, I've been told that if you try to relocate a rattler away
from your home, you might as well have killed it quckly, because it
will die slowly. They CAN'T be transferred successfully.
So far got a 4 footer by the main door. A 3 footer by the
entertainment room's sliding door [which swung up to strike as I
almost stepped on it!] and another 4 footer [2 inch diameter!] by the
garage and power access panel. Hated to do kill such successfull
predators because I know they go after the rats. I hate to lose the
tiny little chipmunks though - they're fun to watch whenever they
discover a 'new' structure they can run around on - and play 'king of
At least the snake carcasses feed the carion eaters, turkey
By the way, rattler venom STINKS!!! Doesn't seem to wash off very
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