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I have been working with, handling and catching snakes since 1975 (back in the good ole’ days) during that time I have developed a “sense” about snakes that goes far beyond just snake wrangling and snake removal. I understand snakes, I know snakes and I am one with snakes.

Snakes in general want to be as far away from you as you want them away from you, they view us as a threat, a predator and danger in general. I am a snake guy and I like snakes but snakes do not like me. Keeping a safe distance from snakes is always a great idea and is the preferred method of dealing with snakes.
Myths about snakes:
Snakes do not chase people
Snakes do not go blind during the summer
“Mother Snakes” do not exist
Female snakes do not protect their young inside their mouth
Rattlesnakes do not always rattle
Snakes can bite underwater
Snakes can not sting with their tail
Baby snakes are not more venomous than adult snakes
There are many more myths than this, goes to show you how messed up we humans are about snakes. It is not just humans though, most animals give snakes a wide birth, except those of course that specialise in eating snakes (which is another topic) primates especially have an innate fear/hate of snakes. I was at a facilities called Chimp Haven in the Shreveport area of Louisiana. They have several large primates living in a group on an island, these chimps spent they entire lives in a laboratory, never seeing the outside world, I just happened to be there the day they discovered a snake on the island with them, it was quite the show. I didn’t know chimps could get that riled up or make that kind of noise, it ended with the death of the snake and the chimps throwing it around for about an hour, but why, they had no way of knowing anything about snakes, why the violent reaction?

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The Snake Guy in Albuquerque New Mexico 505-697-7899

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505-697-7899 is a number to text snake pictures to, we also answer this number and will talk to you about the snake
Snake wrangling and snake removal should only be attempted by persons trained to do so, with that out of the way here is a link to an excellent site we helped put together. When you need snake help.
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Often times we find ourselves wanting snake removal, any time there is snake vs human conflict the snake normally needs to be removed and relocated to a suitable location away from human dwellings and populations. Snakes are a good animal, often misunderstood and we humans have a deep seeded, innate fear of them. They are a little creepy and some of them are dangerous, by and far however snakes serve a better purpose and deserve to live. With that said, let discover what we can do to help! WE CAN HELP

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One thing to always remember about snakes and snake removal, the snake does not want to be handled, it will defend itself, in the case of a venomous snake that means strike to inject. Being injected with venomous snake venom is a serious matter and costly, the average hospital bill for treating snake bite is $150,000.00

WE CAN HELP if you have a picture of a snake that is bothering you then text it to 505-697-7899, we will do our very best to identify the snake and give you some direction about what to do next, this is a risk free call, we will help you. WE CAN CATCH IT is not just a slick catch phrase, its also one of our core values with dealing with snakes and snake wrangling. When you are faced with a snake, don’t try to deal with it yourself, Pest Command Center is close by and we can help!

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Snake Removal Chesterfield Missouri Wildlife Command Center 3143998272

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There are several things that can be done to make your home or business and landscape be less inviting to snakes. Remove piles of wood or other debris, keep grass trimmed, and keep vegetation from becoming overgrown. Seal any opening that lead into structures and keep a regular rodent control program. We are specialists in Rodent removal and snake proofing, we can help eliminate the possibility of entry into your home or business as well as remove any unwanted animals from the premises snake removal is not hard, snake removal just needs to be done right.

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Missouri’s Wildlife Code Protects Snakes
Few Missourians realize that all snakes native to our state are protected. The Wildlife Code of Missouri treats snakes, lizards, and most turtles as nongame. This means that there is no open season on these animals, and it is technically unlawful to kill them. There is a realistic exception, however: when a venomous snake is in close association with people, which could result in someone being bitten. We hope that more people realize that snakes are interesting, valuable, and, for the most part, harmless.

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How to Tell Venomous from Nonvenomous Snakes
Venomous snakes
All venomous snakes native to Missouri are members of the pit viper family. Pit vipers have a characteristic pit located between the eye and nostril on each side of the head. They also have a pair of well-developed fangs.
Note the shape of the pupil. The pupils of venomous snakes appear as vertical slits within the iris.
Our venomous species all have a single row of scales along the underside of the tail.
Missouri’s venomous snakes include the copperhead, cottonmouth, western pygmy rattlesnake, massasauga rattlesnake, and timber rattlesnake. The western diamond-backed rattlesnake and coral snake are not found in Missouri. The most common venomous snake in Missouri is the copperhead. To our knowledge, there have only been two human deaths attributed to venomous snakes in Missouri: a 1933 timber rattlesnake bite and a 1965 copperhead bite.
Nonvenomous snakes
Harmless snakes have round pupils and a double row of scales along the undersides of their tails.
A triangle-shaped head doesn’t necessarily mean danger. Although the venomous snakes have a somewhat triangle-shaped head, several harmless species, such as water-snakes, gartersnakes, and hog-nosed snakes, can and do flatten their heads, which can cause them to appear triangular.

Snake Removal Chesterfield Missouri Wildlife Command Center 3143998272

Snake Removal Chesterfield Missouri Wildlife Command Center 3143998272

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Michael E Beran text to cell 314-502-8339 Office 314-399-8272


Firstly I would like to tell you that I can help you, if you have a snake situation, please, don’t try and deal with it yourself, the risks are just not worth the little bit of money needed to hire me. I’m trained, skilled and I have all the equipment needed to safely, for the snake and for you, remove the snake or snakes form your home, property any area.

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It is often difficult to tell whether a snake is venomous from a distance. It is not advised to get too close, or to try to handle or kill the snake, particularly larger snake varieties.

Please do not attempt snake control with household or industrial chemicals. Many of these are highly toxic and carcinogenic and will cause bigger problems. Let Wildlife Command Center do the job right!

MOST SNAKES in Missouri are HARMLESS and an important part of the ecosystem-they eat the bugs and mice you don’t want in your home. Wildlife Command Center understands that many people want snakes out of sight, and we can solve your snake problems by identifying and catching individual snakes, and by permanent modifications to your property–indoors or out. Our control methods consist of exclusion (entry prevention), two types of repellent, snake fence, habitat modification and traps. We can also identify snakes, live or dead, or look at a shed snake’s skin and tell you if the snake that shed that skin is venomous.

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Wildlife Command Center can remove, trap and catch snakes in your yard

SNAKE BIOLOGY: There’s too many snake species to catalog here. Some facts common to all snakes – they have no eyelids. They smell with their tongues, by flicking the forked tongue out and tasting the air with the Jacobsen’s organ. They are carnivorous. Some give birth to live young, but most lay eggs. One myth about snakes is that if a snake has a triangular head, it is poisonous (venomous). This is not true – most snakes have triangular heads. As reptiles, their body temperature is regulated by surrounding temperatures. Sometimes they’ll sunbathe to raise temperature. Many snake usually prefer to hide under heavy cover in cool areas. All snakes are strictly carnivores, and since they can’t chew, they swallow their food whole. The poo and pee out of the same hole. Since many people ask me, I have posted some photos of what snake poop looks like.

We at Wildlife Command Center put great efforts into resolving your snake issues, we understand snake biology, habits and habitat. A very through search of your property is an integral part of our service, we look high, and we look low.

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Wildlife Command Center searches high and low to find the snakes

If you have snake bothering you, harassing you or other wise making you uncomfortable, call Wildlife Command Center now, 314-399-8272 we can help!

Wildlife Command Center, Michael E Beran 314-399-8272

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