- Posted August 9, 2013 by
Snake Hibernation Ends
This snake is a baby Dugite, around 2 years old. Dugites are common around Perths Coastal bushlands and duneal systems.
Snakes in and around Perth in Western Australia are now emerging from their winter hibernation and are on the prowl for food.
People are advised to keep and eye on kids and pets while in or near bushland areas. If you see a snake it is best to back off and leave it alone, since most poisoning bitings occur when people interfere with the reptiles.
If you need a snake catcher to capture a snake on your property or in your house, its best to google your area searching for snakecatchers.