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Common Snakes of San Diego, CA: The most common snakes in San Diego include rat snakes, garter snakes, and racers. In water, common water snakes. These are not dangerous. Venomous snakes of San Diego are rare and may include rattlesnakes or copperhead/cottonmouth. For a full description of all snake species in San Diego, with photos and identification of all poisonous species, visit www.sandiegosnakes.com
San Diego California Snake Situation: How to get rid of snakes - Snakes are very beneficial to the environment, so make sure you are not trying to get rid of them because of a hatred for all things legless. Most snakes are harmless to people and kill rodents and insects that can be true nuisance animals. It is possible, however, that your property is appealing to snakes and you have an abundance of the creatures. Do not waste your time trying the spray repellents on the market. These are mostly sulfur or naphthalene based sprays. The only scent deterrents that have seen any success-though it is infrequent-is mongoose urine and kingsnake musk. Neither of these liquids is available to the public. You're welcomed to try the shake cans and sprays that are in your local feed store; just know that you have been warned. If you need to get rid of snakes, the best way to go about it is with a box trap. Some traps work far better than others, and a useful model will have attractant dots and glue to hold the snake in place. Property modification can be helpful, since that is the reason why the snakes are near your home to begin with. Snakes like vegetation and debris. Make sure your yard is free of both.
Hello, I came acrossed your site when I was looking up snake information on the net. We just moved to San Diego, California, after we graduated with our masters. We have a fenced in back yard and by the orange tree there are holes in the ground. We asked the pest control guy what they could be from and he said snakes or moles. They are way to big to be mole holes. I was just wondering if you knew what they could be from. I found your site and I thought you were have some advice. There seems to be some holes that were covered with sand or something from the previous house renters. I really don't know but I am terrified of snakes. It is a fear of mine. I hope they are not snake holes!!! Can you help?? Warm Regards, Katina
hi david- an aprox 12 inch long snake about as big around as a pencil all black with a red "thing" sorta like a red thread on his head & also on his tail slithered by the front wheels of my car in my space out in front of my home-& i have been looking all over the web 2 try & figure out what it is- ne ideas or places 4 me 2 call & or look- i would REALLy appreciate it if u have a "lead" 4 me-in any case thank u in advance 4 your time-nancy
California Ringneck Snake
thxs david- i found fotos of ring tail snakes online but none of them had the thread "thing" on the head sort of only partially attached & sort of waving in the breeze - they all had regular rings like a priests collar around their necks-i guess its 1 particular sub species (or "model" ) of ring snake- in ne case thank u sooooooooooooooo much !!!!!!!!!!!! sincerely Nancy
Learn more about Venomous Snakes of California and Common Snakes of California.
For more information on San Diego snake removal, identifying snakes of San Diego 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 San Diego snake problem!