Montgomery Village is a small area in the heart of Montgomery County that is called home by over 40,000 residents. With plenty of land to hike, finding nature in Montgomery Village is never a hard task to complete. Along with the abundance of nature surrounding and incorporated in Montgomery Village, the increase in development as more families and couples move to the area can displace some wildlife in the area, sending them to find shelter elsewhere. That “elsewhere” can often times include your own home. The state of Maryland is currently home to 27 different species of snakes, including 2 species that are poisonous. Quite a few of these snakes call Montgomery Village their home. Some snakes that can be found in the area include:
- Black Rat Snake
- Northern Water Snake
- Northern Brownsnake
- Northern Brownsnake
Of the listed snakes above, can you tell which the venomous species is? Would you be able to identify it should you ever come across it? What would you do if you found a snake in your home? If you can’t answer the above questions, let us help you out. Of the listed snakes, the Northern Copperhead is the venomous species. You can identify a Copperhead by its hourglass pattern and its copper to red head. If you find a snake in your home, call Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control. At Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control, we specialize in the humane removal and prevention of snakes in your Montgomery Village home. We not only offer humane services to remove current snakes from your home, but also offer exclusion services that will prevent snakes from entering your home in the future. Our trained technicians will search your house for possible entry points for future snakes and seal them to prevent future visitors. Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control is available. We are also fully insured and licensed by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, the Pennsylvania Game Commission, Delaware Fish & Game and Virginia Fish & Game. If you need Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control in Montgomery Village, call us today at 443-417-3137 or visit our online contact page. Be sure to also follow us on Google+, Pinterest, Twitter, and Facebook.