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Snake Catcher Melbourne Australia and outback adventures in the aussie bush.
Snake Catcher Melbourne Australia and outback adventures in the aussie bush.

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Merri Creek Tiger Snake in Coburg North Toilet, approximately 1.1 metre male, this snake entered the garage and made its way into the toilet/building during a prolonged Melbourne heatwave, It was later released to a more remote bushland location,this was the 3rd Tiger Snake that I had to remove from inside a residential property in the 1 day from Coburg North, Lower Plenty and Diamond Creek houses http://www.SnakeAce.com.au
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The snake activity in the past month has been consistent. I have been running around all over the place and answering numerous calls regarding snakes, some really nice specimens have been captured and relocated. The most frequent as usual is the Tiger Snake and I have had the pleasure of catching some beastly specimen's this season, I have a soft spot for this species as it was the first snake I captured as a nine year old around where i grew up in Bulleen and Templestowe, I just love handling them and admiring the variation in colour's and sizes.
If you have a snake that seems to have made itself home on your property, call an experienced snake catcher to relocate it, a lot of the time they are just moving through tracking food or exploring and will leave on their own accord making it a waste of time getting a snake catcher out, If you are concerned call a snake catcher for advice www.snakeace.com.au
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The snake activity in the past month has been consistent. I have been running around all over the place and answering numerous calls regarding snakes, some really nice specimens have been captured and relocated. The most frequent as usual is the Tiger Snake and I have had the pleasure of catching some beastly specimen's this season, I have a soft spot for this species as it was the first snake I captured as a nine year old around where i grew up in Bulleen and Templestowe, I just love handling them and admiring the variation in colour's and sizes.
If you have a snake that seems to have made itself home on your property, call an experienced snake catcher to relocate it, a lot of the time they are just moving through tracking food or exploring and will leave on their own accord making it a waste of time getting a snake catcher out, If you are concerned call a snake catcher for advice www.snakeace.com.au
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