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I have 2possibly3 golden green snakes nesting in a wall in my garden..one shed a skin app1.5 metres long..

 

How can I get rid of them?

 

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3 minutes ago, sirineou said:

This first one is free,

You need to get a mongoose!

but advice on how to get rid of the mongoose will cost you :tongue:

 

or do as we do, get a bunch of dogs as we did. I pity the fool (snake) that would come into our property.

And as it happens , I have a couple of dogs I would be willing to part with. 

Free!! and I deliver. 

Or you could try, something like this. (but I still like the Mongoose idea)

also look for sane repellent on Lazada. 

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Thanks for the advice...I will try the wood vinegar...As I have shrubs and trees that need pruning I do not want to get bitten by any snake, poisonous or not.

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23 minutes ago, p414 said:

How can I get rid of them?

Don't deal with them, no chemicals etc.

If you want them to be relocated/released the "Civil Defence Volunteers" can be called (you have a neighbor to call them?).

https://www.facebook.com/PattayaCivilDefenceVolunteer/

 

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(stolen from a popular Pattaya vlogger)

 

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2 minutes ago, worgeordie said:

You are obviously scared of snakes,

Me too :biggrin: I simply can't recognize them as harmless or not.

Asking a (Thai) neighbor for help/advise is probably step 1.

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3 minutes ago, Salerno said:

How does the neighbour feel about it? 😁

 

 

Ohh.... We have no neighbors just jungle, snakes, animals, monitor lizards,  tapioca plants and trees, nearest house is a long long walk away.

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Just now, Rimmer said:

Ohh.... We have no neighbors just jungle, snakes, animals, monitor lizards,  tapioca plants and trees, nearest house is a long long walk away.

Figured that from previous posts but was hoping you where going to reply "It appears p414 isn't too happy about it" 555

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1 hour ago, worgeordie said:

beautiful animals like that ,why would you want rid of them. I cannot

understand some folks on here they want to get rid of everything that's

in their space , rats ,mosquitoes , venomous snakes OK

Some animals are "beautiful animals" but others aren't, including the venomous golden green tree snake?  Isn't that subjective, yet you're deciding which animals he should find beautiful enough, in your opinion, to remain in his garden?

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1 hour ago, n00dle said:

why would a non-venomous snake be a concern. They keep the rodent population in check. 

The golden tree snake is venomous, albeit not dangerously so to humans.

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21 minutes ago, Liverpool Lou said:

Hey, steady on, I've been awarded badges!  But, anyway, I'm 100% correct, yes? 

A snake is either venomous or it isn't, golden tree snakes are and stating that fact is not pedanticism.  

ignoring intent to overstate fact most certainly is. 

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11 hours ago, Rimmer said:

We often get golden tree snakes, Black spitting cobras, red necked keelbacks and yesterday a rare Kukri snake in the garden. 

We  use the pool net on a pole to capture them and throw them over the wall, my misses is getting very good at it 😄

Where do you live?

What area?

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