In this week’s Snake Rescue podcast with
Nick Evans he returns to a property in Westville, Durban that he’s been called to
numerous times before, to retrieve a very elusive Black Mamba from a cluster of
In this week’s Snake Rescue podcast with Nick Evans he returns to a property in Westville, Durban that he’s been called to numerous times before, to retrieve a very elusive Black Mamba from a cluster of trees.
On the site, he finds things a lot more difficult than anticipated as the snake moves between two properties; he encounters a very protective dog and gets a little help from the local birds who go crazy whenever they spot the snake.
"I always get excited to see my friend Armstrong's number pop up on my call screen. Armstrong works as a gardener in Westville, and he occasionally finds mambas or cobras – usually mambas - on the property,” says Nick.
“This time, he had spotted another Black Mamba in a cluster of trees. It didn't sound like an easy catch, and as it turned out, it wasn't!”
Listen now below.
Missed last week’s episode about a Spitting Cobra under a couch?
Nick's organisation, KwaZulu-Natal Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, is a chapter of The Lawrence Anthony Earth Organisation.
Contact Nick on 072 809 5806 for information about snake removals. Email him if you'd like to find out about his educational talks.
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