Venomous Snakes of Georgia
Free Venomous Snake Removal for Cherokee and Pickens County fuel charge may apply elsewhere.
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If you are a Public Safety Officer, Fire Fighter, EMT, Paramedic, Animal Control Officeer, Law Enforcement Officer, Park Ranger, Search and Rescue, CERT, First Responder, etc. and would be interested in hosting a Snake Safety Class we have been presenting "Envenomation Training" at cost for over ten years (donations accepted).
Each class is designed around your departments arena of public safety and factors in participant's medical knowledge and equipment. We present with LIVE venomous and non-venomous snakes. Below are some common discussion topics for a complete course outline:
Snake Identification - Reading Snake Behavior - Safe Removal and Handling - Most Common Mistakes Made - Scene/Field Safety - First Aid - Transporting Patients - Toxinology - Onset Times and Symptoms - Anti Venin - Protection "what works, what doesn't" - Crowd Control - Educating The Public - Strike Ranges - Contraindications - Breeding/Birthing Seasons - Envenomation Kits - and more.
Snake safety classes are based on demand and availability
|NEWS & PRESS RELEASES|
Most of Georgia's Snake population is in full gear now. Hungry looking for something to eat. On warm humid Spring nights expect lots of movement. ...
Fall in Georgia is a beautiful time. Being on the Southern end of the Appalachian Mountain range we are able to enjoy the changing color of leaves an...
Six Venomous Snakes of Georgia Identified
With the warmer weather, and increased food supply Georgia's snake population will be active. Expect more human and snake encounters. The vast major...
This time of year many of our venomous species have given birth and the babies are reaching maturity enough so that they want to explore and leave the...
Ok... not really a "BOOM" more of a "ping" but for some it may seem that way. Late Summer and early Fall is the time most of Georgia's Venomous Speci...
COPPERHEADS ARE NOT GIVING BIRTH NOW!!
A common Summer snake encounter is to find a snake basking. Basking is often done on a warm flat surface in an open area that has direct sunlight. M...
Spring is around the corner (...we hope!). This Georgia Winter has truly been one for the record books. What does this mean for our snake population...
This time of year in Georgia expect much less snake activity and movement and fewer Human / Snake encounters. Snake activity does NOT stop bu...
Fall is upon us. This means many changes for Georgia's snake species. As cooler weather trickles down throughout the state expect more snake activit...
As Summer fades away many of Georgia's snake species may be giving birth. Impregnated in the late Spring / early Summer these snakes begin having bi...
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