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These snakes are normally fairly docile, but will bite defensively when provoked. Though copperheads are valuable members of their ecosystem, they can sometimes become hazards where they intersect with people. The best means of keeping copperheads away from homes and gardens is through exclusion and habitat modification.

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Keeping Copperhead Snakes Out of My Yard. Call your local conservation department. They will surely advise you and/or come get them and relocate them to a better wild area. (01/30/2009) By dede smith. Keeping Copperhead Snakes Out of My Yard. Black snakes keeps the copperheads away, they kill them. If you don't go the snake against snake route ...

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Though sometimes unsightly, installing a mesh or small gate around any water, moat or pond areas in your yard can help to keep frogs from coming into your backyard or garden. These frogs will lure the copperhead snakes, so one way to keep them out is a fence about eighteen to twenty-five inches high.

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A Colonial Heights woman was gardening outside her home Friday when she uncovered a Copperhead. ... 3 things you can do to help keep Copperheads away from your home ... "When I pulled my hand away ...

www.walterreeves.com/gardening-q-and-a/snake-repellents

The one snake repellant I see on store shelves straightforwardly states that it has been shown to be repellant to rattlesnakes and garter snakes but “is not expected to repel snakes…such as corn snakes, rat snakes….cottonmouths and copperheads.” The best way to keep snakes away from your home is to remove things that attract them.

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His property is bordered on two sides with state park land. And his place is crawling with copperheads. Almost every night they see one, a few or a wriggling mass of them! He has killed lots of them, lost some dogs to them and his wife has been bit, too. Is there a good way to create a 'border' that these critters won't cross. What keeps 'em away?

www.animalcontrolsolutions.com/animals/copperhead-snake-control.html

Good luck with your copperhead problem, these problems do not typically go away overnight and some time will have to be invested curing this problem altogether. One of the main food source for a copperhead snake is a frog or a salamander. These aquatic creatures can be eliminated by having a really good insect program. Copperhead Information

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Copperhead Habitat and Behavior: The well-known copperhead snake, though not hugely common, has a fairly large range, is most often found within the eastern coast of North America and the midsouthern states, along the Mississippi drainage. This snake prefers the cover of forest, though it will often make its home or den in rocky areas and ledges.

www.orangepower.com/threads/copperhead-repellent.70638

The issue with copperheads is not of aggressive behavior but they get in the way and when surprised, strike. A friend east of Stillwater killed one a few years ago 31" in length. That is huge for a copperhead. Keep your grass cut short and the presence of dogs will be the best deterrent a guy can have. Other than mothballs at 1,280 fps.

www.hgtv.com/outdoors/gardens/animals-and-wildlife/keep-snakes-out-of-your-garden

If snakes have overstayed their welcome in your yard and St. Patrick isn’t on hand to drive them away with a wave of his shepherd’s crook, all is not lost. Although it is nearly impossible to truly keep outdoor spaces snake-free, a few preventative measures might keep them from hanging around.