Tom Wyant Speaks At Rotary About Local Snakes

White Rock resident Tom Wyant spoke recently at a Rotary Club meeting, describing ways to identify local snakes. Here he holds a bull snake. Bull snakes are non-venomous and are very powerful constrictors who eat small mammals, helping regulate the rodent population. Wyant is a popular speaker about snakes and also removes and rescues them. Residents may enlist his services by calling 505.672.1981; they may also call the non-emergency number at the Los Alamos Police Department, 505.662.8222. Photo by Rob Metcalf

A prairie rattlesnake was part of a program presented recently by Tom Wyant to the Rotary Club of Los Alamos. Wyant, who lives in White Rock, explained how to identify local snakes and emphasized how important it is to allow them to fulfill their part in the balance of nature, especially in regard to rodent control. Residents may enlist his services by calling 505.672.1981; they may also call the non-emergency number at the Los Alamos Police Department, 505.662.8222. Photo by Rob Metcalf

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