Wildlife Damage Control does not recommend trapping snakes as a way to resolve every snake problem. However, in those situations where trapping is necessary, Snake Guard Snake Traps are the way to go. This trap catches the snakes alive!
These traps are effective in catching and holding snakes up rattler size (that's big). If the traps are checked regularly, you may even release the snakes from the trap if you choose.
#Snake Guard® Traps in action Warning: if you don't want to see snakes in a trap don't click here.
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A few days after the trap was set, the owner caught two, approximately 18inch long, Garter snakes.The snakes were removed and given to a wildlife rehabilitator to be sent to a museum. While you may wish that they would be set free, Mass. Regulations do not permit the relocation of wildlife. We believe this to be a proper recommendation for animals other than bats and snakes. Snakes for example do NOT damage property and are not a disease risk. We would like to get the public's help in changing this statute.
If you would like to help modify Massachusetts's relocation prohibition, then contact the Wildlife Board. The Wildlife Board is the regulating body f wildlife laws in the commonwealth of Massachusetts.
The board's address is
George Darey Chm.Wildlife Board
C/O Mass Div. of Fisheries & Wildlife Field HQ
1 Rabbit Rd.
Westboro, MA 01581
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