Snake Catcher Blog
May Brisbane Snake Catcher Update
June 1, 2016

Well the winter snap has finally hit and with it a marked reduction in snake sightings around Brisbane. While snakes are still moving around they are being very selective with when – highlighted by periods of the office phone ringing off the hook and periods with limited action! The month of May has seen the […]

April Brisbane Snake Catcher Update
May 5, 2016

The slowdown in snake sightings experienced during March reversed slightly during April with more of our scaly friends showing up around Brisbane suburbs. While obviously not at summer peaks this is still welcome news for snake lovers and terrible news for suffers of Ophidiophobia – the fear of snakes!   Carpet pythons seemed to have […]

March Brisbane Snake Catcher Update
April 8, 2016

March has seen a slow down in snake sightings as the temperature starts to cool as we leave summer. However, snakes are still moving in all suburbs albeit with slightly reduced frequency.   Carpet pythons and tree snakes continue to pop up with high regularity Brisbane wide with Red-bellied Black snakes also a common sighting […]

Brisbane Snake Catcher Update For February!
March 4, 2016

February has been a busy time for our Brisbane snake catchers with snakes on the move in all suburbs.   While as usual carpet pythons and tree snakes continue to be the most commonly sighted snakes we are beginning to see an increase in a number of other species – both venomous and non-venomous.   […]

Brisbane Snake Catcher Update For January
February 4, 2016

The Brisbane region has been delivering hot humid weather throughout January resulting in large numbers of snake sightings and a continuation in the high volume of callouts experienced by our snake catchers throughout December.   Carpet pythons and tree snakes continue to be the most common culprits – turning up everywhere from back yards to […]

December 2015 Brisbane Snake Activity
January 5, 2016

With the warmer humid weather and more people around home for Christmas the number of snake sightings and callouts for our Brisbane and Gold Coast snake catchers has increased dramatically.   Carpet python and tree snake sightings still hold the number one and two spots but a number of other snake species are now turning […]

November 2015 Brisbane Snake Activity
December 6, 2015

November has seen in increase in snake sightings and callouts for our Brisbane and Gold Coast snake catchers. Carpet python sightings while still a commonly encountered snake in November are starting to be matched by a number of other local snake species. This has meant a reduced amount of scrambling around in roof spaces and […]

October 2015 Brisbane Snake Activity
November 24, 2015

October has been a busy month with an increase in snake sightings across greater Brisbane. The most commonly sighted snake this month was the carpet python with the animals now done with brumation and moving around to look for mates. Because of this our snake catchers have spent much of their time crawling around in […]