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    Re: snakes

    You need a hungry dog, or better still a pair of them.
    And what eats baby racoons ?
    Eagles, hawks, snakes & owls.
    Four animals that we try to discourage from residential areas
    Foxes, Cyotes, Mountain Lions and a few other big carnivours will also do the same job but you probably don't want any of the latter in your backyard .

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    Re: snakes

    Ground Hornets are my troubles the last couple of years, although their not aggressive they do make you nervous. I guess they move in any out according to the Locust population or over population. They can mound up 3-4 cups of dirt quicker than you can imagine, making a big mess in the lawn especially if you don't clean them up before the sprinkler system makes mud of the mounds. I have to say it's incredible to watch them after thy kill the Locust they fly them back to their nest for their next meal.

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    Re: snakes

    Wonder if those ground hornets would eat 'grits' ? That's what we use for red ants, they can't digest it so as the grit expands the lil devil red ants explode..
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    Re: snakes

    Grass snakes, wolf snakes and others like them are deemed to be safe. Viper, rattlesnakes and cobras are dangerous. it would be helpful to see pictures of poisonous snakes from the internet.

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