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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

A warning for Bigfooters
Now is a great time of the year to get out in the mountains and enjoy a nice hike or a day out looking for bigfoot evidence.
With the popularity of TV shows like Finding Bigfoot and past shows like Monster Quest, the Bigfoot world is buzzing with new researchers and people with hopes of finding evidence. So the woods and Mountains will be getting many more people in them. Many of which may not have much or any experience camping,hiking or just being in the forest at all.
New and veteran outdoors men and outdoors women need to be very careful of the dangers of venomous snakes. Depending on what region you live in or research in,there could be several venomous snakes in the area.

Many of these poisonous snake can be deadly to humans and pets. So one should be cautious.
It would be very easy to see some movement up on a ridge and not watch were you are stepping and step a little too close to a snake and get bit.
It is also a good idea to wear some protective gear to protect against snake bites.
Snake leggings and boots are a very good way to protect yourself while out looking for bigfoot or just taking a hike.
According to reports most snake bites happen from the months of March to October,but they can happen in the other months as well. In spring, when snakes first come out, they are a little more aggressive due to them needing to eat. So bites can happen often.
Normally a snake will try and get away from humans, as we are to large to be food, but if the snake feels threatened by us it will strike and try to bite us.
I have seen several up close snake bite victims and it is like something you see in the horror movies.Snake venom is devastating on the human body.
Our pets can take snake bites better than us humans but many times snake bites are deadly to them as well.
It is a good idea to know what poisonous snakes are in the area you will be researching or hiking in, so a quick Internet search is a good place to start. The most common poisonous snake in North America is the Rattlesnake. It is very deadly.
If you every get bit by a venomous snake here is some things to do:
*Get away from the snake! - snakes will bite multiple times.
*Call 911 immediately! - Get help coming your way.
*Do not elevate! - Keep the bite below the level of the heart.
Prevention is the best:
*Wear long pants and boots taller than the ankle Or snake leggings. 
*Avoid tall brush and deep, dark crevices.
*Make some noise and vibration while walking.
*Watch and look around good before crossing logs and rocks piles.
While poisonous snakes are very dangerous to humans, we can still use precautions and enjoy the outdoors.
So while out on your next adventure use caution and be alert to the dangers of snake bites.
Have fun,be safe and enjoy the outdoors.
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1 comment:

  1. As far as snakes go, I have a theory that I've lived by for several years. "If it doesn't rattle, it's a copperhead."


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