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One of Seven Venomous Snake Species Here In Oklahoma - The Copperhead Snake

One of Seven Venomous Snake Species Here In Oklahoma - The Copperhead Snake

Need help with a snake in or on your property? Looking for a snake trapper here in Oklahoma? Need help with snake identification. For more information about the Snakes of Oklahoma please visit Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service -

 http://www.forestry.ok.gov/Websites/forestry/Images/Snakes%20of%20OK,%20OSU.pdf

We Provide Snake Removal Services To All Of The Tulsa-Oklahoma City-Norman-Edmond Area Including:

We prevent snake access around your home via time proven snake exclusion methods. It does not matter if you have a nuisance black rat snake or an infamous “rattleheadcoppermoccasin” The Skunk Whisperer®, Inc. can assist you with all of your reptile snake problems. We know how to get rid of snakes.

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Serving All Areas In The State of Oklahoma:Adair, Avant, Barnsdall, Beggs, Big Cabin, Bixby, Bluejacket, Bowring, Bristow, Broken  Arrow, Burbank, Catoosa, Chelsea,Choteau, Claremore, Cleveland, Collinsville, Coweta, Delaware, Dewar, Disney, Drumright, Fairfax, Foyil, Glenpool, Hallett, Henryetta, Hominy, Inola, Jenks, Jennings, Kellyville, Ketchum, Kiefer, Langley, Lenapah, Leonard, Locust Grove, Mannford, Maramec, Mifay, Morris, Mounds, Nowata, Oakhurst, Oilton, Okay, Okmulgee, Oologah, Osage, Owasso, Pawhuska, Pawnee, Porter, Preston, Prue, Ralston, Redbird, Salina, Sand Springs, Sapulpa, Schulter, Shamrock, Shidler, Skiatook, Slick, Coffeyville, Spavinaw, Sperry, Talala, Terlton, Tullahassee, Tulsa, Vinita, Wagoner, Wann, Welch, Wynona and more.

Oklahoma’s Snake Species

Forty-six snake species  are native here in the State of Oklahoma, and of these 46 species  only seven species are actually dangerous  to humans. Oklahoma’s venomous species are the, cottonmouth, copperhead and five different rattlesnake species; Western Diamondback Rattlesnake , Timber Rattlesnake , Prairie Rattlesnake, Western Massasauga Rattlesnake  and the Western Pigmy Rattlesnake.

Cottonmouths are semi-aquatic snakes that occupy the eastern one-third Oklahoma and those counties along the southern Texas boundary, west to Comanche County, Oklahoma . Copperheads do well in water and are also semi-aquatic snakes. Cottonmouths, copperheads, massasaugas and pigmy rattlesnakes are usually found in moist areas throughout the State of Oklahoma. The Prairie Rattlesnake is found in Western Oklahoma in Oklahoma’s Prairie region of the state. Timber rattlers inhabit the eastern half of the state in forested areas. Western Diamondback Rattlesnakes are most often found in Western  and Southern Oklahoma, but have also been found as far north as Tulsa, Cherokee and Adair counties.

Oklahomas Native Snake Species are:

Eastern Coachwhip snake
Tulsa Snake Removal

Black Ratsnake, Broad-banded Watersnake, Brownsnake, Bullsnake, Coachwhip Snake, Common Gartersnake, Copperhead, Diamond-backed Rattlesnake, Watersnake, Eastern Hog-nosed Snake, Flat-headed Snake, Graham’s Crayfish Snake, Great Plains Snake, Ratsnake, Groundsnake, Kansas Glossy Snake, Lined Snake, Marcy’s Checkered Gartersnake, Milksnake, Northern Red-bellied Snake, Northern Rough Greensnake, Northern Scarletsnake, Northern Watersnake , Orange-striped Ribbonsnake, Plain-bellied Watersnake, Plains Black-headed Snake, Plains Gartersnake, Plains Threadsnake,  Prairie Kingsnake, Prairie Rattlesnake, Black Racer Snake,Ring-necked Snake, Rough Earthsnake, Speckled Kingsnake, Texas Long-nosed Snake, Texas Nightsnake, Timber Rattlesnake, WesternBlack-necked Gartersnake , Western Cottonmouth, Western Diamond-backed Rattlesnake, Western Hog-nosed Snake, Western Massasauga Rattlesnake, Western Mudsnake, Western Pygmy Rattlesnake, Western Smooth Earthsnake, Western Wormsnake, Black Ratsnake, Broad-banded Watersnake, Brownsnake, Bullsnake, Coachwhip Snake, Common Gartersnake, Copperhead, Diamond-backed Rattlesnake, Watersnake, Eastern Hog-nosed Snake, Flat-headed Snake, Graham’s Crayfish Snake, Great Plains Snake Ratsnake,Groundsnake, Kansas Glossy Snake, Lined Snake, Marcy’s Checkered Gartersnake, Milksnake, Northern Red-bellied Snake, Northern Rough Greensnake, Northern Scarletsnake, Northern Watersnake , Orange-striped Ribbonsnake, Plain-bellied Watersnake, Plains Black-headed Snake, Plains Gartersnake, Plains Threadsnake,  Prairie Kingsnake, Prairie Rattlesnake, Black Racer Snake, Ring-necked Snake, Rough Earthsnake, Speckled Kingsnake, Texas Long-nosed Snake, Texas Nightsnake, Timber Rattlesnake, Western Black-necked Gartersnake , Western Cottonmouth, Western Diamond-backed Rattlesnake, Western Hog-nosed Snake, Western Massasauga Rattlesnake, Western Mudsnake, Western Pygmy Rattlesnake, Western Smooth Earthsnake, Western Wormsnake

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