Corn snake in yard
Oregon has 15 species of snakes. The greater Portland area does not have any rattlesnakes,
and although it could be assumed that all snakes in Portland are harmless, it's always important to identify a snake before
attempting to handle it. It is best to
leave snakes alone as they will often move on on their own accord. However, if there is a snake problem (ex: a snake is in
the home or building) and you need some assistance, we can help
Not all species of snakes behave the same. Some are extremely defensive and strike (rattle snakes will usually rattle
their tail to warn intruders before delivering a painful and damaging bite). Other snakes, like the rubber boa will not
bite at all. While some are active during the day, some (rubber boa, again) are nocturnal. Oregon snake diets vary depending
on species and what is available: insects, grubs, baby birds and rodents, adult rodents and birds, salamanders, frogs, toads,
and even other snakes.
We provide professional humane snake control, removal, relocation, and exclusion services.
We can solve your snake problem. Call 503.333.9580.