It’s been a busy year so far! We’re running calls to catch and relocate rattlesnakes (and other harmless varieties) all around the valley, day and night. As the rain comes in, snakes become more active at night and are often encountered late in the evening, or out on the porch in the early morning sun.
Snakes like this Western Diamondback Rattlesnake are just looking to stay out of the sun.
This gila monster was waiting out the summer heat in a garage.
This gophersnake has the same idea:
They’re relocated back to deep cover, to stay well out of the heat and sun, in their home range so they have the best chance of survival.
If you see a snake, don’t attempt to capture it; call us at 480-237-9975 for immediate snake relocation. We’re up all night, so don’t worry about waking is up; we’ll be there ASAP.