Common Tree Snakes spotted a lot around Southeast Queensland.
Are you seeing a lot of Common Tree Snakes around? If so, you’re not alone!
Common Tree Snakes are a widespread species that can be found in a variety of habitats, from rainforests to dry woodlands, from farmland to suburban backyards and gardens. Due to their adaptability, they’re one of the most common snake species to enter homes, likely because of the abundance of Geckos and Skinks that make up a large part of their diet.
These snakes are usually 1.2 meters in length and have a distinctive green/yellow underside, making them fairly easy to identify. Although they’re harmless and generally quite reluctant to bite, they can be a risk to pets if they feel very intimidated (though pets can also be a risk to the snake!).
If you have any questions or concerns about Common Tree Snakes, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our team of experts can provide advice or send out one of our amazing snake catchers to help you relocate any reptiles.
You can read more about the Common Tree Snake here.