Rattlesnakes invade California homes.
Rattlesnakes love heat and arid places. Due to the extreme drought rattlesnakes move closer to Northern California neighborhoods. Scary!
Rattlesnakes are moving closer to homes in Northern California, and one expert thinks the state’s drought is to blame.
Len Ramirez says this is one of the busiest years his rattlesnake removal business has seen in nearly three decades. And the year is only halfway done. In a normal week, he catches up to 72 rattlesnakes. OMG! Are you living in the area? Imagine having a close encounter with a rattlesnake. So scary!
But if you think about it, it’s pretty logical that snakes come closer to homes. Because of the drought people aren’t watering as much. Water lacks all over the ground away from homes. Therefore rodents looking for water get closer to homes and snakes that eat rodents follow.
Rattlesnakes invade California homes? Yes this can be a real problem! Have you already seen one of these drought rattlesnakes around your home? Check out! Your children and pets are at risk! Keep you garage doors closed.