There are snakes in the grass

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"You can bet on it," USDA Wildlife Specialist Steve Ball of Havelock told about 50 gardeners attending a garden tool and general safety workshop at Craven County Agriculture Extension Service building Saturday.
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Roger Marshall

Fremont, CA

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Aug 7, 2013
 
I'm thinking about moving to New Bern. How likely am I to run into snakes on a property in an urban area, without water or high grass? In general, travelling around the area how likely am I to "experience" snake activity?
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UnderDawg606

Havelock, NC

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Aug 19, 2013
 
the snakes aren't that bad just be careful and you will be fine but they are here I mean come on its swampy area
Nino Brown

Philadelphia, PA

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Oct 25, 2013
 
Yo man they is around G be cool though they are best left alone

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