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Can You Remove Cottonmouths Yourself

How To Get Rid Of Cottonmouth Snakes?

If you live in the southern or eastern portions of the U.S., chances are you’re familiar with cottonmouths. These venomous snakes are a common sight in swamps, marshes, near ponds, streams, lakes, and even drainage ditches. But what if they decide to take up residence in your yard? Keep reading! In this article, we’ll talk … Read more

how do cottonmouth snakes reproduce

How Do Cottonmouth Snakes Reproduce?

Have you ever wondered about how snakes have babies? Perhaps you know that the exact methods can vary between species, so you’re wondering specifically about cottonmouths. How do cottonmouth snakes reproduce? Do they lay eggs or give birth to live young? How many babies do they have? Keep reading! In this article, we’ll answer all … Read more

What Do Cottonmouths Eat

What Does A Cottonmouth Snake Eat?

If you’ve ever seen a cottonmouth slithering along the surface of a pond or marsh, you may have wondered about its lifestyle habits. In particular, what does a cottonmouth snake eat? How does it kill its prey? And do cottonmouths ever end up on the other side of the predator-prey relationship? Keep reading! In this … Read more

How to Keep Cottonmouths From Coming Back

How Dangerous Is A Cottonmouth Snake?

You’ve heard that cottonmouths have dangerous bites, but how concerned should you be, really? How dangerous is a cottonmouth snake? Can its bite kill you? Leave you scarred and maimed? What should you do if you are bitten by a cottonmouth? Keep reading! In this article, we’ll answer all of these questions and more!  How … Read more

What is a Water Snake?

How To Tell A Cottonmouth From A Water Snake?

You may have heard that any snake swimming in the water is dangerous and should be avoided at all cost. While this isn’t entirely correct, it is true that cottonmouth snakes, which spend much of their time in the water, are highly venomous. That said, most water snakes are completely harmless; so, how can you … Read more

What is a Black Swan?

How Rare Are Black Swans?

When you hear the term “black swan,” you may think of an event that is extremely unlikely or impossible; alternately, you may think of the popular movie which has led many people to believe that black swans don’t exist at all. They are a real type of swan, however, that is found in some parts … Read more

Are Swans Territorial

How Do Male Swans Protect Their Territory?

Swans are incredibly beautiful birds, and if you see them swimming peacefully from a distance you may not realize that they have a mean streak. But what if you were to get closer, disturb their nest, or approach their babies? How would they react? Are swans territorial? How do male swans protect their territory? Keep … Read more

Do Swans Migrate

Where Do Swans Go In the Winter?

Have you ever seen a V-shaped formation of swans flying across the sky? Perhaps it led you to wonder about the migratory habits of these magnificent birds. Where do swans go in the winter? Do they migrate, or do they tend to stay closer to home and wait out the cold months the best they … Read more

Where Do Swans Sleep

How Do Swans Sleep {And Where?}

If you’ve ever observed the beauty of a swan swimming at your favorite pond, you may be surprised to learn that they look nearly as graceful while sleeping as they do when they’re awake. So, how do swans sleep, you ask? Where do they sleep, and do they prefer to sleep at night or during … Read more

What Do Baby Swans Eat

What Do Swans Eat {& What Not To Feed Them!}

Swans are known for their beauty and gracefulness. If you’ve ever seen a family of swans swimming across your favorite pond, you may have wondered what they live on. What do swans eat? What foods should you feed your friendly neighborhood swans if you would like to supplement their diet? Keep reading! In this article, … Read more

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