We are Charleston Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Charleston, SC. While you may not have a problem with squirrels, rats, raccoons, or other similar kinds of animals scurrying around your yard, the reality is that these animals carry a number of diseases. Illnesses such as Histoplasmosis, Salmonella, and Leptospirosis are often carried by wild animals, and this makes them a genuine health risk for your family. In addition, rodents and similar types of animals are known to wreak havoc around your property. They can get into your garden, destroying your fruits and vegetables, make their way into your attic or the walls of your home, or build a nest in your shed or under your porch. You need a professional service that can remove these animals keep them from coming around, and this is where our team of technicians comes to the rescue. We have a team of men and women who for over 10 years have helped to rid homes and businesses of these kinds of wildlife animals. We do so using humane and effective techniques, that don’t endanger you or the animals. There will not be any poisons or live traps used, things that we find cause more harm than good. Instead, we use a host of other methods that we have developed over the last decade to effectively remove wild animals. It doesn’t matter how big or small your animal problem is. We have captured and removed small snakes, extracted large back colonies, even removed a few skunks in our time. All of this we have done safely and effectively, meeting the expectations of our customers. Our trained staff of professionals are available 24 hours a day. If you have a problem like this, give us a call right now Call us now at 843-491-4690 for a solution to your wild animal problem.
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Snakes do not just stay in any place. They need some favorable conditions like the humid climates. They also enjoy areas with rivers n wild environments. South Carolina has these conditions which are favorable for snake survival. People in South Carolina come across many types of snakes doing their daily activities. South Carolina has over 38 species of non-venomous snakes and 7 venomous snakes.
Non-venomous snakes always mind their own business. If you come across one, you just have to go your way. Even though they are non-venomous, they might be forced to attack when they are interrupted or captured. Most snakes look alike and it is very difficult to tell between venomous and non-venomous easily. Therefore, you should allow the snakes do their activities without trying to handle them. Venomous snakes are dangerous and can strike at any time. They love wild environments and they can only attack those who move in the wild.
Non-venomous snakes are very common and you can come across them in your backyard, garbage environments, grassy environments, in gardens and in water. The snakes are normally harmless and some can even be nurtured as house pets. The most common non-venomous snakes include: Rat snakes, Black Racer, Eastern Garter, Eastern Hognose snake and the scarlet snake. The rat snake is often kept as a pet by many people. The black racer is normally found in the outside. It is normally like a twig which is the main form it defends itself whereby most predators leave it alone. Eastern Garter is one of the most adaptable snake. They eat almost everything that fits in their mouth like frogs, slugs and worms. The Eastern Hognose Snake is harmless with no venom and it has a nose turned up for its digging in moist soils. Eastern King snake has markings that makes it look like venomous to scare off its predators. The Rough green snake is found in grassy areas and it camouflages the grass which prevents it from being attacked.
There are other snakes that add up to the list and you can come across them in different places. The likes of Eastern smooth earth, Rough earth, Eastern garter, Eastern ribbon, Peninsula ribbon, Northern redbelly, Florida redbelly, Brown snake, Carolina swamp snake, Pine woods snake, Queen snake, Glossy crayfish, Pine snake, Rough green snake, Brown water snake, Northern water snake, Midland Water snake, Florida Green water snake, Eastern coachwhip, Mole King Snake and Scarlet King Snake.
Venomous snakes are deadly snakes that are always ready to strike. They are poisonous and if medical attention is not offered immediately to victims, they die fast. They normally inhabit the woods and beaches. Venomous snakes are not easy to encounter as they love wild places like the woods, plateaus and beaches. The 7 venomous snakes in South Carolina are like copperhead snake, cottonmouth snake, Eastern diamondback, Timber rattlesnake, Eastern coral snake, Dusky pigmy rattlesnake and Carolina pigmy rattlesnake which are deadly and all people should be careful.