• With a natural drive for survival, snakes are constantly searching for a food source, as well as seeking shelter in areas with coverage. Snakes are cold-blooded reptiles that serve as nature’s pest control, making them an important species that keep ecosystems in balance.

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  • The woodpecker is an unsuspected wild animal that can cause damage to your home or land.

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  • As temperatures begin to rise in Alabama, more snakes will begin slithering their way out of hibernation.

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  • Alabama is home to more than forty species of snakes. Although snakes can be frightening to cross paths with, not all of them pose a threat to humans.

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  • There are many snakes––approximately forty species––that call Sweet Home Alabama “home.”

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  • As we approach warm summer days, it’s time to head back to the lake for tubing, fishing and relaxing out on the boat.

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  • As the weather warms up in Alabama for the spring, you may start to notice more nature sounds from birds returning to the South after their annual migration.

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  • Warmer weather brings many critters out from hiding, including snakes. There are approximately 40 types of snakes that call Alabama home, and only six of them are venomous.

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  • Spring has arrived, which means wildlife change their behavior. Many critters come out of hibernation and become more active in the warmer weather.

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