Do Copperheads live in holes in the ground? Copperhead snakes frequently hibernate in dens made up of rocks. They also often den inside logs and in holes carved out by mammals. Other typical den spots for these snakes are stone walls, heaps of sawdust, stumps and caves.
Do copperhead babies stay together?
Where one encounters one baby copperhead, they are likely to encounter another one. Contrary to another popular urban legend, copperheads don't travel in pairs, but you might very well find more than one (or even a lot) in a small area after they're born.
Do copperheads nest together?
Copperheads are usually solitary except during their mating season. They do hibernate in communal dens, though, not only with other copperheads but also with snakes of a variety of species (including rat snakes and rattlesnakes).
Do hedgehogs dig holes in lawns?
Hedgehogs do dig, but unlike moles, who may wreck your lawn, or rats who may not be welcome, hedgehog digging does little damage. A few worm-sized holes in the lawn seems a small enough price to pay for offering sanctuary to one of our best-loved and most endangered mammals.
Do moth balls keep copperhead snakes away?
The scent of mothballs is a natural snake deterrent and will help you get rid of copperheads. That said, mothballs use chemical toxins and can be dangerous to use around children and pets.
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What do you do if you see a copperhead in your yard?
How small of a hole can a snake fit through?
Most snakes can fit through a 1/2-inch-wide crack. Fill cracks during the summer when snakes are not around, using tuck-pointing, expandable caulking, or other standard repair techniques.