Snakes Native to Northeast Florida?

Answer Much of Northeast Florida is an aquatic ecosystem -- the St. Johns River and Mill Cover -- or a forested area -- the Osceola National Forest. These regions are suitable habitats for venomous and no... Read More »

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Native Venomous Snakes in Pennsylvania?

Of the 22 native species of snakes in Pennsylvania, only three are venomous; the eastern massasauga rattlesnake, Northern copperhead and the timber rattlesnake, according to the Pennsylvania Fish ... Read More »

The Best Plants to Landscape Your Yard in Northeast Florida?

Northeast Florida is in the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Hardiness Zones 8 and 9. These zones have generally mild winters but will have the occasional frost, making it necessary ... Read More »

Giant Snakes in Florida?

Since the 1990s, Florida has been in the grip of a non-indigenous snake invasion caused by the release of unwanted pet snakes into the wild. Pythons, boa constrictors, even anacondas have turned up... Read More »

How to Keep Black Snakes Away in Florida?

As the urban growth in Florida cities increases, the residential areas begin to sprawl out into the surrounding countryside. The habitat of native Floridian snakes has begun to rapidly diminish wit... Read More »