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Managing Wildlife Damage: Snakes


420-021 (CNRE-56P)

Authors as Published

Authored by Jim Parkhurst, Associate Professor, Fish and Wildlife Conservation, Virginia Tech

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An overview of information to help readers improve knowledge and understanding of human interactions with snakes common to Virginia and methods to avoid conflicts with these often maligned animals.

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Publication Date

November 7, 2019