Finding shed snake skins in and around your property is a clear indication that snakes have been present.
Shed snake skins
Hissing sounds from snakes indicate potential danger and serve as a warning to back away and give the snake space.
Snakes often create burrows or holes in the ground where they can hide and seek shelter. Keep an eye out for small openings or disturbances in the soil.
Snake feces, also known as snake droppings or scat, may be found near their hiding spots. These droppings are usually dark and cylindrical in shape.
If you notice long, narrow trails in the dirt or grass, it could be a sign of snakes moving through the area.
Actually seeing a snake in or around your property is a definite sign that there are snakes nearby. Be cautious and avoid approaching or disturbing the snake.
Look for signs of small animals, such as rodents or birds, that are commonly preyed upon by snakes. Frequent sightings of these prey species may indicate the presence of snakes in the vicinity.