Rattlesnake season in San Diego

The Torrey Hills Community Planning Board received a reminder that it’s rattlesnake season in San Diego at its April 17 meeting from Steve Hadley, representative for County Supervisor Pam Slater-Price. In the case of a bite, it is advised to get to a hospital immediately. If a snake is spotted in your yard, San Diego County Animal Services can safely remove it.  Animal Services line is (619) 767-2675.  Their 24-hour emergency line is (619) 236-2341.

— Karen Billing

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