MILTON - With summer in full swing, nature is alive in abundance and activity. This time of year, citizens are more likely to see everything from turtles, to turkey, to even snakes. One snake in particular that calls Milton home is the King Snake.
King Snakes thrive in habitats including hardwood and pine forests, farmlands and suburban areas.
They are strong non- venomous constrictors and consume a variety of prey including snakes, lizards, and rodents. Kingsnakes are resistant to the venom of pit-vipers and they readily eat and hunt for the vemomous copperheads, cottonmouths, and rattlesnakes.
So if your yard has a resident as a king snake, consider yourself lucky. They are most likely on the trail of venomous snake that could seriously hurt or kill aloved one or beloved pet. If you still want to evict this fine fellow, give us a call. We'd love to have him live with us!
Tim Enloe / Accessmilton.com / 770 653 0552