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Brisbane Snake Catchers

Ipswich Snake Catchers

Gold Coast Snake Catchers

Requests for snake catcher services are the most common reason Wildlife QLD is contacted and our website accessed. The most common request is for a snake catcher Brisbane based.

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Wildlife QLD

Wildlifeqld.com.au is a unique site dedicated to providing information and services to assist with wildlife related conflicts. Whether it be a swooping bird, a snake, a brush turkey mounding in your yard or a possum in your roof we endeavour to first provide information which allows you to assist yourself and then if all else fails give you details for an experienced local contact for further information. We believe understanding through positive and factual information fosters empathy and allows both wildlife and people to coexist without fear or frustration. Brisbane, Ipswich and Gold Coast snake catcher contacts are provided as well as further localities across Australia. WildlifeQLD is based in Brisbane, Queensland and has been a long term provider of information and mitigation for wildife over the past 20 years.

Snake identification
email photosDid you know WildlifeQld offers a snake identification service. For our snake identification service simply email your photo to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. We provide our Australian snake identification service free of charge and always welcome high quality images for potential inclusion on our website. This service is not just for Queensland snake identification but for all snake id across Australia.

Snake Catcher Monthly Wrap Up

Our snake catchers across Brisbane want to keep you informed of what's happening and where it's going on! This monthly wrap up or blog is just our way of letting you know the interesting situations and scenarios that occur with our snake catchers in the Brisbane and Ipswich areas. We will also use this opportunity to highlight any new pages or links within our site. We look forward to seeing you on a regular basis!!

December 2014

The heat of December typically sees a slight reduction in the number of snakes sighted during the day and a marked increase in the movement of nocturnal snakes. Three Golden-crowned Snakes were found this month in the suburbs of Ashgrove, The Gap and Albany Creek. Being strictly nocturnal they are a good indicator of increased night time movement. Other less frequently encountered nocturnal snakes noted include a Dwarf Crowned Snake from Ferny Hills, two Eastern small-eyed Snakes from Chapel Hill and Pullenvale and a Red-naped Snake from Brassall at Ipswich.

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Bird Advice, Capture and Removal

During nesting periods, birds such as Magpies, Plovers and Butcherbirds may vigorously defend their young and nests. Utilise the information in our bird links before engaging a bird removal service. Magpie, Plover, Butcherbird, Brush/Bush Turkey removal/catchers are specifically permitted individuals who deal with swooping or problem birds and provide safe capture and translocation methods for each species. Bird removal contacts can be reached for the following areas:

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Bird Removal Numbers

Brisbane West including The Gap, Bardon, Chapel Hill, Kenmore, Brookfield, Sinnamon Park Oxley, Algester, Forestdale and surrounding suburbs
0413 028 081

Ipswich and surrounding suburbs
0413 028 081

Brisbane North, Pine Rivers and Moreton including Ferny Grove, Dayboro, Samford, Narangba, Warner, Murrumba Downs, Mango Hill, Clayfield and surrounding suburbs
0409 675 522

Brisbane South including Moorooka, Yeronga, Woolloongabba, Wynnum, Cleveland, Carindale, Holland Park, Marsden
0402 016 220

Gold Coast all suburbs
0418 738 228

Snakes of Southeast Qld

The South East Corner of Qld is home to a high density and diversity of snake species covering a range of vegetation communities and geographical locations. This includes the highly charismatic and abundant Carpet Python, the harmless Common Tree Snake and the highly venomous

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Lizards of Southeast Qld

Home to a variety of lizard species the South East Qld region supports representatives from the Skink, Gecko, Dragon and Monitor groups of lizards. Some like the Eastern Water Dragon, Eastern Blue-tongue Skink and the Lace Monitor are often sighted in and around homes.

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Possums are a familiar component of suburban backyard fauna. There adaptability has seen them embrace with great success to the many opportunities afforded to them that human infrastructure provides. Three possum species are found throughout the south east corner of Queensland, View all