Southeast Wildlife Officials Releasing Fake Snakes To Raise AwarenessFlorida wildlife officials are releasing fake snakes around state landmarks to raise awareness about nonnative species. Here in Texas, residents in Carson County are seeing an alarming abundance of rattlesnakes this year.
Rattlesnakes Have Panhandle Officials WorriedAn increase to the rattlesnake population has Carson County residents watching where they walk.
6-Foot Snake Missing In Wichita FallsA public safety alert has been issued in one North Texas city, and it has nothing to do with traffic or weather. It involves a six-foot creature that slithered away from home.
Snake Safety InformationSkin discusses a local photo he received and how it impacts his fear of snakes while KT brings all of his snake expertise to the table.
Springtime Weather Sends Snakes Slithering Around TexasWith warm temperatures and upcoming spring rainfall, experts say it's getting that time of year when snakes are on the prowl.
Texas Man Gets Probation For Smuggling Snakes On Planes A Texas man had snakes on the planes, but he won't have time in a prison. The 63-year-old eco-tourism guide pleaded guilty in June to importing wildlife taken in violation of foreign law.
Snakes Found After Bedford Apartment FireA Bedford apartment fire led officials to an unusual discovery - snakes.
Snakes Have Denton Pet Owners Keeping Their Dogs InsideGretel, a two-year-old Banter Bulldogge, nearly died this week after she was bit in the throat by a copperhead snake in her backyard.
Connect With Exotic Animals At SeaWorldSeaWorld in San Antonio is not just about underwater creatures. Visitors to the park can also meet some furry and feathery friends.
Texas Man Pleads Guilty To Smuggling Snakes On PlanesAn East Texas man has pleaded guilty to smuggling snakes on several planes from South America to the United States.
Snake Sightings Scare Plano Park VisitorsThere is a lot of snake activity for those trying to enjoy Bob Woodruff Park in Plano. The snakes are not aggressive, but the sightings are making some residents nervous.
Warm, Damp Weather Means A Bumper Crop Of SnakesDid you enjoy the mild winter? How about all of the rain North Texas received in the spring? Well, you’re not the only one -- snakes did too! The warm winter and damp spring means we can expect a bumper crop of snakes.