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As snake catchers Brisbane, we’ve noticed a sharp increase in the number of snakes being active this early in the season. Read on to learn more about this early snake season.

Warmer winter temperatures have meant that snake season has arrived early in the state of Queensland

Whether you’re a friend or foe of these sneaky slithering creatures, there is no denying the dangers of a snake bite. If taken by surprise or if feeling at all threatened, snakes can become incredibly aggressive and the results can be fatal.

We always recommend bringing in a professional when it comes to capturing snakes, and luckily for you, Progressive Pest Management also offers snake catcher Brisbane services.

Contrary to what many people believe, snakes don’t actually hibernate

So a rise in temperature over a period of time can mean the snake’s activity will increase as they seek out the warmth of the sun.

To help deter these visitors snake catchers Brisbane recommend:

Keeping a clean and tidy yard, this gives the snakes fewer places to hide. Also be aware that snakes are attracted to chickens and other backyard pets such as small rabbits and guinea pigs.

So if you or your children do keep these pets it is important that you are conscious of the possibility of their presence. Be sure to prepare your children and caution them to never approach a snake. If you do see a snake in your backyard leave it alone and call a professional.

There are many different types of snakes found in Australia. Some are more venomous than others. Snake catchers Brisbane advice to treat all snakes with the same amount of caution. It far better to be safe than sorry.

If you do come across a snake in your house or backyard, despite all your instinctual reactions, remain calm and call a snake catcher Brisbane.

Progressive Pest Management is a Brisbane based business with over 30 years of experience in all types are critters. Our snake expert will happily identify the snake and remove the issue as quickly and humanely as possible. Keep safe this snake season!