I don't hear the snakes complaining about the humans in their yard, but
they have every right to. It's a matter of eminent domain. Live and let
When ate people going to stop being surprised to find critters when they move
into an area that borders wildlife. They were here first.
Hasn't Utah had one of its wettest months of July ever?
What did they think they would see when they build their houses in the
foothills? Yes, you will see the occasional snake. If you move away from them
they won't bother you. They don't want to bite you, they want to get
They're just thirsty too. They follow the field mice out of the hills, who
are also searching for water. Leave them alone and they'll generally move
Since when have rattle snakes on the east bench been news? Cottonwood
Heights' residents were used to them in the past, when did that change?
When they say don't bug the snakes..Don't bug them. Those of us that
live in AZ know not to mess with a rattle snake!