Snake catcher Tristan Hamilton expects snakes are on the move due to weather

Sophie Else
Updated November 10 2022 - 9:58am, first published 3:30am
Border Snake Rescue's Tristan Hamilton says snake-breeding season got underway "much earlier" this year due to the wet weather and full catchments. He hopes people be alert when out and about. Picture supplied
Border Snake Rescue's Tristan Hamilton says snake-breeding season got underway "much earlier" this year due to the wet weather and full catchments. He hopes people be alert when out and about. Picture supplied

Flooding caused by the Border's exceptionally wet spring has led to many snakes seeking refuge in people's yards.

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Sophie Else

Sophie Else

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