Atlanta Snake Control & Removal
|About GA Snakes: Most snakes are not venomous. However, if you are ever unsure about the species of snake that you see, you should leave it alone. Georgia does host several species of venomous
snakes. Most bites occur when people try to catch or handle these reptiles. We have professional snake handling equipment that makes the removal of unwanted snakes both outside and inside the home safe.
Snakes are a common nuisance reptile in southeast Georgia. In Atlanta and Fulton County, snakes have become a particularly common problem, as they have invaded many
properties in the area. If you need a professional solution for your Atlanta snake problem, give us at A Wildlife Pro a call.
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We cover a wide service range and remove wildlife in all of the greater Atlanta, GA metropolitan area, including the towns of Marietta, Sandy Springs, Roswell, Alpharetta,
Suwanee, Duluth, Decatur Norcross, Auburn, Winder, Lawrenceville, Tucker, Mountain Park, Stone Mountain, Panthersville, East Point, Mableton, Smyrna, and more. We service
Fulton County, Gwinnett County, DeKalb County, Colb County, and Cherokee County.
doubt about our service range or any of the types of services we offer, just give us a call, and we will let you know if we service your area and/or your wildlife
problem. We look forward to hearing from you!
Atlanta Snake Control Emails:
My neighbor killed what we believe to be a water moccasin between our homes, there is a retention pond behind my house maybe 200 ft behind, what are the chances there are more? And is it common for them to come that far out of the water. I have a 2 year old who loves to play outside and I'm terrified to let him outside now! I unfortunately I didn't get a pic but I matched one on the internet that is identical, maybe you can identify it? Thank you for your time
You know you sent me a photo of a baby cottonmouth, which is extremely rare, and looks identical to the very common Banded Water Snake in
Georgia. If you get an original photo of a snake, I can properly identify it for you.
We can also provide Atlanta snake removal services.
Well, someone took a pic but I don't know who! My son said the pattern is identical but color was more grayish and was about 3 1/2 ft long. Hypothetically if it in fact was a moccasin what is the possibility that there are more? And should I be worried that I may see more in my yard, that far from the water?
Lets put it this way. In my ten years as a wildlife removal expert, I have removed over 1000 snakes from people's property, and never once an actual water moccasin. But over 100 Banded Water snakes, which look almost exactly like the photo you showed me. Most 3.5 foot moccasins have lost their baby pattern, like in the photo you showed me, which only little moccasins have. But hey, maybe you're the exception. I can't speculate about the possibility of other snakes in your yard, sorry. Maybe, maybe not.
I am certainly glad to help you if you need me.
Our family has a house in the country in south Atlanta that is unoccupied for most of the year. Last Christmas we found 2 snake skins in the house in two different bedrooms. We have been there several times this year and have a hired man who looks after the house. He is there every day working around the house, keeping the grass cut, feeding the cats and the dog etc.
Someone has been there 1-5 nights a month for the past year. I was there 3 weeks ago & did not see any evidence of snakes. I was there for Thanksgiving week and found 2 snake skins, one in the family room and one in the dining room. That was 2 weeks to the day since I had been there last.
I have not told my daughters-in -law or their children because I don't want to frighten them. We often have little children there when we are there. What can we do to keep the snakes out? We have searched for holes where they might come in and have not found any access places. Do you have any suggestions?
Thank you for any advice on Atlanta snake removal services,
I need information regarding the snakes in my neighborhood. The people here are not taking care of their snake problems. They are becoming a nuisance, they are in trash cans because the owners
are not feeding them. The snakes tear newspapers on our yards. They have got to go. I personally have
4 dogs and I take care and feed my dogs. It breaks my heart to do this but something must be done.
There is a golden snake, a white/black snake, a brown female that is about ready to dump a new snake nest.
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Neighbor at the corner