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Common Snakes of Anaheim, CA: The most common snakes in Anaheim include rat snakes, garter snakes, and racers. In water, common water snakes. These are not dangerous. Venomous snakes of Anaheim are rare and may include rattlesnakes or copperhead/cottonmouth. For a full description of all snake species in Anaheim, with photos and identification of all poisonous species, visit www.annarborsnakes.com
Anaheim California Snake Situation: Hi David, I stumbled upon your blog while trying to find pics of CA snakes. It was quite helpful! I lease a 6 acre property in Longwood for my horses and for a couple years have had a black racer snake living around our hay room. I like having him around and he never bothers anyone. Yesterday I ran across this guy in the run-in shed. I believe he's a yellow rat snake - is that correct? Sorry I couldn't get a better pic. I urged him to move away from the barn since I didn't have any idea at the time if he was a good snake or not. I will certainly allow him to stay (especially if he'll help w/the rats!) as long as he won't bother my 2 horses or my racer snake. What do you think? Thank you very much :-)
Hi! A couple of years ago I found a 6 foot snake skin in our backyard. I thought the snake had left. Yesterday I noticed sections of snake skin in a tree next to our house. I estimate the skin would be about 8-10 feet if put back together. I live in Austin Texas and I'm thinking it might be a boa constrictor that someone either lost or set free. I will take a pic in the morning and send it to you, Thanks for offering to identify it as I've been freaking out.... we have small dogs and I'm thinking that if this is a boa it could easily ingest the dogs.. Connie
Hi, my name is Joshua and I am currently a biology major at UCLA University. I am trying to get in touch with people who are nuisance animal trappers. My question is what do you do with the animals you catch. My study is the evolution of jaws in reptiles. I am looking for animals that are being put down, and instead of throwing them out I would be conducting research on them. What I do is actually tear down to create a full body skeleton and take measurements of the different parts of the jaws. If you would be interested in helping it is very easy. Once a snake or other reptile has been put down, if it is put in the freezer and once a box full was ready I would pay for the shipping and you would ship the box to the university. Also to make it more intriguing for you, I could send you back a couple skeletons of the snakes. I have attached a few pictures of the finished work so you can see the process. Any information is greatly appreciated and thank you for your time.
Learn more about Venomous Snakes of California and Common Snakes of California.
For more information on Anaheim snake removal, identifying snakes of Orange County California, or general snake help, browse this site, or go to Snake Removal - How to Get Rid of Snakes home page. I wish you good luck with your Anaheim snake problem!