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May 8, 2019 ... Do you have annoying garter snakes in your backyard, but you don't have the heart to whack them a few times with a machete? Here are some ...

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Most people kill snakes with garden tools, some with handguns. I have received many, many emails over the years, of snakes that people have killed, and now ...

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This is now known to be untrue, though their venom cannot kill a human. Garter snake venom is neurotoxic, slowing down the movement of a prey animal while it  ...

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Garter snakes will stay near water sources and are most often seen near ..... Some traps will kill snakes, while others trap the snakes live and allow for you to  ...

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I am deathly afraid of snakes. I know they are just garter snakes, but now they have babies. I want to get rid of them, not just repel them, but kill them. I have put  ...

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Feb 8, 2018 ... A garter snake moving around in a beautiful garden or lawn is a scary ... You can spray insecticides all over the garden area to kill the insects ...

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Dec 10, 2014 ... While no snakes are known to be native of Alaska, a road-killed specimen of a garter snake was found near Haines, Alaska, in 2005, according ...

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2 - Use a push broom to sweep a snake away at a safe distance - works well with a snake inside a ... The same thing goes for your garden. ... How to Kill Snakes

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Sep 26, 2017 ... Garter snakes are a small, non-venomous snake of which there are ... and deterring garter snakes rather than killing them is a far better option.

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Garter snakes and other snakes that you know not to be dangerous are fine candidates ... part of the ecosystem and should be safely removed, rather than killed.