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An alert deer.

Using Scent Fences for Repelling Deer and RabbitsAlthough traditional fences are probably most effective in keeping wildlife out of your garden, there are other methods that can also work well. Commercial and homemade products utilizing certain odors are also effective. This is a page about using scent fences for repelling deer and rabbits.

 

Florida pine snake

Identifying Florida Snakes?This is a page about identifying Florida snakes. Being able to identify the snakes you see in your garden and around your area can help you distinguish between beneficial non venomous species and poisonous varieties that you will want to avoid or remove.

 

A deer in the backyard.

Use Soap Pieces for Deer ControlSome homeowners and gardeners have had success repelling deer with hanging bags of scented soap. This is a page about use soap pieces for deer control.

 

Eastern Garter Snake

The Benefits of Garden SnakesThis is a page about the benefits of garden snakes. Despite their less than positive reputation, snakes can be very beneficial tenants in your garden and around your home. They are very good at helping to reduce the insect and rodent population.

 

Canada Goose on green grass.

Canada Geese Photos and InformationThis page contains Canada Geese photos and information. Canada geese (aka Canadian geese) are easy to identify by their black heads and white cheeks. They live year-round in warmer areas and are migratory in colder areas. They thrive in urban areas, resulting in them being considered a pest by some people.

 

Close up of a Hawks face.

Hawk Photos and InformationThis page contains hawk photos and information. These majestic birds are beautiful and intelligent. Here are some amazing photos of hawks from all over the United States.

 

Beautiful pink roses.

Preventing Deer from Eating Roses?Deer are well adapted to living around us and our tasty flower and vegetable gardens and scrubs. This is a page about preventing deer from eating roses.

 

Chipmunk on stump next to planted flowers

Protecting Flowers From Chipmunks and...This is a page about protecting flowers from chipmunks and rabbits. Your local small wildlife may enjoy your flowers as much or more than you do, especially as a tasty meal.

 

Squirrel on a Tree

Attracting SquirrelsThis is a page about attracting squirrels. While some gardeners and homeowners find these little rodents to be pests, other love to watch their antics.

 

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chipmunk in snow

Helping Garden Wildlife in the WinterThis is a page about helping garden wildlife in the winter. When the days grow short, the birds and animals that visit your garden can enjoy a few things you do for them. You will benefit from the winter visitor entertainment.

 

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What Kind of Snake Is This? - speckled snake on a branch

What Kind of Snake Is This?I've been told it's either a corn snake or a black racer. I don't think it's a black racer and it seems very nippy for a corn snake.

 

striped snake in a plastic container

What Kind of Baby Snake Is This?I found this baby snake on my back porch. What kind do you think it is? Kingsnake? Coral snake? Rat snake?

 

partially coiled snake

What Kind of Snake Is This?Please, I want to know what kind of snake is this one that I found in my back yard?

 

What Kind of Snake Is This? - fuzzy snake photo

What Kind of Snake Is This?I live in Mullins SC. I found two of these snakes. What kind are they?

 

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