Have you ever considered the need for Bethesda snake removal? Why would you ever need such a thing? There are plenty of cozy towns throughout the counties of Maryland. One of the more well-known towns in Montgomery County is Bethesda. Throughout Bethesda, construction projects are taking place to help Bethesda grow. Once Bethesda Station was added to the Red Line for the Washington Metro, construction projects become more frequent throughout the town. Projects include:
- The Galley of Bethesda
- The Darcy/The Flats
- Capital Crescent Trail
- The Fairmont
- The Bainbridge Project
With so many construction projects taking place, wildlife in the area will become displaced from their homes. This means that the critters will need to find a new place to call home, and at times that can mean your own home. One animal that most wouldn’t want to fin coiled in their home is a snake. Within the state of Maryland, 27 different species of snakes reside. Of the 27 species, 2 are poisonous and dangerous to humans. Would you be able to recognize which two are poisonous? Could you name them? If you can’t, not to worry, the professionals at Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control can. Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control specialists are trained in Bethesda snake removal from your home, including the removal of the Northern Copperhead and the Timber Rattlesnake. Our technicians will remove the snakes without causing harm to the animals and without putting themselves in harm’s way. The techs will also seal any possible points of entry for future visitors to use. If you spot snakes in your Bethesda home or see them on your property, give Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control a call at 443-417-3137 or visit our online contact page. You can also begin to follow Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control on Google+, Pinterest, Twitter, and Facebook.
*Disclaimer: The writer of this article is not a medical professional. Information contained herein has been collected from sources believed to be reliable, and every precaution has been taken to ensure its accuracy. The information provided here is for general informational purposes only, and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical care.