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Preventing the Spread

APHIS Wildlife Services coordinates operational efforts on Guam aimed at keeping the snake from reaching other destinations. Wildlife Services personnel use snake trapping in high-risk areas, trained snake-detector dogs in cargo, nighttime spotlight searches, toxicants, and public education as tools to achieve this goal.



To contact the WS State Office in Hawaii or the District Office in Guam for additional information and related to brown tree snakes, select Hawaii or Guam.
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To contact your WS State Office, call 1-866-4USDAWS (1-866-487-3297)

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