Experts Highlight Measures to Take if Bitten by Snake
WESLACO – As temperatures start to increase, so do snake sightings around the Rio Grande Valley.
When the weather gets warmer it’s not only mosquitoes that start to make their guest appearance.
The cold-blooded creatures become less active in the colder months, so once the temperatures increase, they’re out and about.
The increase in snakes leads to an increase in bite precautions.
The president of Reptile Rescue and Relocation says keeping your yards clean can help prevent an unwanted encounter.
Watch the video above for further information.
CON MI GENTE: Clover Elementary graduation parade in San Juan
Tamaulipas expands COVID-19 checkpoints to Matamoros, Reynosa
Pharr Census Public Service Announcement
Hidalgo County CSA to receive CARES funds to assist residents with utilities,...
Edinburg produce company adapts to endure changes amid pandemic