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    Hi Margoo

    You might try phoning or sending an email to the contact email address on the website

    Snake busters contact page

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    Or try the links on this site: Snake Catchers :: Contact

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    Thanks guys. I was hoping for a recommendation for someone who won't kill the snake

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    You could also try the reptile afficionados (herpetologists) club of WA

    West Australian Herpetological Society Inc

    They will know who the catch and release people are.

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    3 snakes here today.
    the grass is long, the water's nearby, perfect. Come on down reptiles!

    Brian has yet to be trained. Maybe get some time this w/e to give it a go.
    rubber snake on string here we come. Im not going near anything live.

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    you know the fun thing about snakes and really hot days?

    They don't like it any more than I do. Nice warm mid 20s to low 30s - great. 40+ no thanks - so if you think they won't be out in the "cool" 27'C of the morning - got another think coming.

    Beach will be great - if we can stay out of the sand dunes.

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    I feel much safee watering my vege garden/tyres in heatwaves in the middle of the day by flooding them and moving the hose around the ground not wetting the leaves (burn) instead of in the mornings or evenings as I am aware of this as well.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Ahh, that's not encouraging... down here in victoria during summer it is often somewhere from 25 to 30 degrees...

    When i go walking through the paddocks on my property with Koda, i used to wear thongs cause i was lazy.... now i am much more cautious and have actually been wearing gum boots while walking down there. I'm yet to meet a snake on my walk but i am sure it will happen soon especially while we are growing the grass long for hay bales (I don't walk through the long grass though... that would be crazy!!)

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    A friend of mine had a snake - baby brown snake? all baled up in her November hay delivery. Lots of upset that caused. Snake loose in the snake (and mouse) proof feed room. EEEK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    A friend of mine had a snake - baby brown snake? all baled up in her November hay delivery. Lots of upset that caused. Snake loose in the snake (and mouse) proof feed room. EEEK.
    And it was still alive?? I guess it got in the hay after it was baled?
    I've seen so many dead snakes in hay bales that got caught up in the hay when it was being cut/baled.

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