Humane Wildlife Removal

Commercial and Residential

Snake Removal

 Snake removal should only be with a licensed professional. Georgia is home to 43 species of snakes, 7 of them are venomous.
If you find a snake, The best thing is is to leave it alone. Call a professional. Snakes are predators that feed on a variety of small animals. Most people are uncomfortable around snakes. We find them in pools, inside houses. We safely capture and remove the snake, and provide prevention services.
If you are bitten by a poisonous snake, get medical help immediately.

People will encounter snakes if their property provides good habitat. Variegated  Ivy, trash buildup. Many animals, like snakes, are looking for a good place to hunt and live. In the early spring I often catch snakes in homes, even snakes in attics. Snakes will often move into a place where rodents are present.
We are familiar with the snakes of Georgia and the best method for capture and release.

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 We will show you

.Why you are having issues

. Best way to solve it

. How to keep reacquiring problems with wildlife

. Tips on do it yourself Pest Control

. Tricks on keeping your Home safe from pest

. How you can manage the exterior of your home

Snake Removal should be performed by wildlife removal specialist.


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For your safety, here are six venomous snakes in Georgia that you need to look out for; ranked from most dangerous to least.
  • Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake.
  • Cottonmouth (Water Moccasin) …
  • Coral Snake. …
  • Copperhead.
  • Timber Rattlesnake. …
  • Pigmy Rattlesnake.


  Coral Snake

snake removal


(Non-venomous Snakes)

Worm Snake

Scarlet Snake
Black Racer
Ringneck Snake
Eastern Indigo Snake
Corn Snake
Rat Snake
Mud Snake
Rainbow Snake
Eastern Hognose Snake
Southern Hognose Snake
Mole Kingsnake
Eastern Kingsnake
Milk Snake/Scarlet
Red-bellied Water Snake
Banded Water Snake
Green Water Snake
Northern Water Snake
Brown Water Snake
Rough Green Snake
Pine Snake
Striped Crayfish Snake
Glossy Crayfish Snake
Queen Snake
Pine Woods Snake
Black Swamp Snake
Brown Snake
Red-bellied Snake
Florida Brown Snake
Southeastern Crowned Snake
Central Florida Crowned Snake
Eastern Ribbon Snake
Eastern Garter Snake
Rough Earth Snake
Smooth Earth Snake

Family Vipers Venomous