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Common Snakes of Las Vegas, NV: The most common snakes in Las Vegas include rat snakes, garter snakes, and racers. In water, common water snakes. These are not dangerous. Venomous snakes of Las Vegas are rare and may include rattlesnakes or copperhead/cottonmouth. For a full description of all snake species in Las Vegas, with photos and identification of all poisonous species, visit www.lasvegassnakes.com
Las Vegas Nevada Snake Situation: We killed 3 snakes within 30 mins last night. Water moccasins. We do live by a pond but im worried about my dog. We recently found a hole under our house and are not sure if thats where these snakes are comong from. Our grass is always cut and they have been where theres no grass to where theres barely grass. We both do not want to crawl under our house to see id theyre there but im worried about my small dog. Im also scared to death of snakes. Please help!
Hi, Your website is too useful. Need one suggestion. I live in Las Vegas NV. I travelled many counties. Right now I am planning to buy a plot which is having ant hill. Here people do pray for anthill they think that snake leave in ant hill. Do you please confirm me, do snake leave in anthill. If yes, I do you make sure their is no snake inside. How to get rid of snake if it is present inside the ant hill.ur
Great topic! I am a professional wildlife removal expert. I commonly see snakes in ponds. I have to say that education about snake species is one of the best tools. There are only two aquatic venomous snakes in America: the Copperhead and the Cottonmouth. They are very rare, and in all my years, I have never once seen either of these species in a decorative pool. If you memorize what they look like, you've got most of the battle won. Unfortunately, many safe species do look somewhat similar to these two dangerous ones. I also have to say that some of the above posted Answers are incorrect. Dead snake pieces, sulfur, or moth balls absolutely will not deter snakes or alter their behavior in any way. But the post recommending weed control, and a fence is spot-on.
For more information on Las Vegas snake removal, identifying snakes of Clark County Nevada, 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 Las Vegas snake problem!