How to Get Rid of Garter Snakes?

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Garter snakes live in warm moist areas like forest, fields and ponds. To get rid of garter snakes, on must know how to avoid making a habitat for them. Th best way to get rid of garter snakes is to keep the lawn always trimmed and pest control should be done occassionally.
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So long as the snake finds the habitat beneficial, the snake will live there. Garter snakes prefer wet woodland areas and they can usually be found underneath some sort of cover.
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How to Get Rid of Garter Snakes
Garter snakes, sometimes called garden snakes, are small nonpoisonous snakes that live in your yard. There are different varieties, but the most common have subtle colors. Usually they have dark but soft hues of black or green, with a yellow or red set... More »
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If you see a garter snake in your garden, don't worry -- garter snakes actually eat insects, small rodents and other garden pests. But if you really want to get rid of it, there are some things you can try. You might make sure there aren't any hiding places for the snake, like in tall grass or bushes; get a cat; or spread mothballs around the area. You can find more information here: http://www.howtogetridofit.com/how-to-get-rid-of-garter-snakes
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