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Common Snakes of Tucson, AZ: The most common snakes in Tucson include rat snakes, garter snakes, and racers. In water, common water snakes. These are not dangerous. Venomous snakes of Tucson are rare and may include rattlesnakes or copperhead/cottonmouth. For a full description of all snake species in Tucson, with photos and identification of all poisonous species, visit www.tucsonsnakes.com
Tucson Arizona Snake Situation: Hello, I live in Tucson AZ, I found this snake in my front yard, and I all most stepped on it. I first thought it was a rattlesnake but didn't see a rattle at the end of the tail. When it got mad it puffed up like cobra snake. I called my neighbor to remove it, he like to hunt for snakes. He told me that the entire time he's lived here, he hasn't seen a snake like this. Another person said that he has lived here his entire life and never seen this one here too. Can you please tell me, what can of snake this is? Alfonso
Hi David, I have what I feel is a Black Racer in my shrub beds. They are well trimmed and two feet away from the house. There are two rows of shrubs and trimmed so, you can see between them. The tall ones are 3 feet tall at best and the lower ones in front 1-1.5 feet tall. Lawn in front of them. It seems about 60percent of the time I'm in the area I hear the leaves moving etc., and I have seen the snake 3 times in the last 5 weeks but, heard probably 4-5 more times. Curious if you service my area and if so, if you could give me an estimate on making it go away. I enjoy keeping things trimmed up but, now I'm hesitant to work much there. I mulched a week or so ago and I guess this will make things more comfy for the snake. Look forward to hearing from you. I put out some snake repelent along the foundation of the house and progressivly increased the band of repelent farther away from the foundation a few days later. Hopefully, it made the snake uncomfortable and it decided to move on. We are not here at the time. If I find I havn't been successful than I'll be in contact. Thank You, Larry
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