Poisonous Plants & Dangerous Animals

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Poisonous Plants & Dangerous Animals

Poisonous Plants & Dangerous Animals exist everywhere that Surveyors do. Which Poisonous Plants & Dangerous Animals do you avoid in your area?  Help other surveyors with your knowledge.

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Poisonous Plants & Dangerous Animals

Poisonous Plants & Dangerous Animals are a part of everyday life for a land surveyor.  If it bites, stings, poisons, spreads disease, or attacks, this is the place to share your questions, concerns, answers, and experiences in the wild world we work in.

If you have encountered a dangerous or poisonous plant or animal while performing your work, please click below where it says "Add a new Surveying Discussion..."  Please include photos if you have them.

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Dangerous Wild and Domesticated Animals

Started by Scott D. Warner, PLS. Last reply by DAVID C. GARCELON Mar 5, 2013. 1 Reply

Who has had a bad encounter with a wild animal or a "domesticated" animal, such as a bull, hog, ram, or stallion?  I have had a few close calls, but I am thinking your experiences are probably more…Read more →

Tags: dangerous snakes, dangerous pigs, dangerous bulls, wild hogs, dangerous animals

SURVEYOR KILLED BY BEE STING

Started by DAVID C. GARCELON Mar 5, 2013. 0 Replies

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Tags: DANGER, surveyor, sting, bee

Brown Recluse Spider

Started by Scott D. Warner, PLS Jan 13, 2012. 0 Replies

Brown Recluse Spider  See this link from Land Surveyors United...Brown RecluseRead more →

Tags: dangerous spiders, brown recluse spider, brown recluse, spider

What about dangerous dogs?

Started by Scott D. Warner, PLS Nov 20, 2011. 0 Replies

What about dangerous dogs?  The mailman isn't the only one who looks at a dog as more of a threat than a pet.  Land Surveyors have to enter more parts of properties guarded by dogs than any other…Read more →

Tags: dangerous, dangerous dogs, dog bites

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Reply by Scott D. Warner, PLS on July 21, 2011 at 7:11pm
Cujo, interesting thought - not deadly to humans, but a dead coke can could mean a dead snake, too.  By the way, which Lafayette are you in?
Reply by cujoBoudreaux on July 21, 2011 at 8:11am
has anyone considered the use of airsoft rifles for snake control? they are not deadly but a good one will go through a coke can.... unopened. The full auto feature is a plus.....
Reply by Arnel M. Domag on July 19, 2011 at 8:35pm

I am actually considering dogs. At least dogs are good early warning facility. :) Wow! Mongoose is the best protection..

Reply by Scott D. Warner, PLS on July 19, 2011 at 7:03pm
If I ever need to work in King Cobra territory, I think I will bring a few trained Mongoose with me.  :)
Reply by Scott D. Warner, PLS on July 19, 2011 at 6:43pm
In the tiny mind of a snake, stepping on territory may be equal to stepping on snake.
Reply by Arnel M. Domag on July 19, 2011 at 6:05pm
When King Cobra is threatened, she uses her migthy height standing up as tall as a normal height person. That's pretty scary!! Don't wait to step on her. You better run (speedy gonzales) away!
Reply by Arnel M. Domag on July 19, 2011 at 6:02pm

Pleast take it from my experience and better change your mindset regarding cobra only attacks when harmed. Just a word of caution.

Reply by Arnel M. Domag on July 19, 2011 at 5:58pm

Cobra attacks when threatened particularly when you're very near to her nest. King Cobra on the other hand has broader territory. It attacks when you cross her wide boarders. In addition, it attacks even not threatened if she sees a single person. It attacks even to a group of people when the group is very near to her nest. Your information regarding King Cobra is not accurate for that matter. You better take it very seriously when surveying along river banks particularly nearby bamboo trees.

Reply by ronnie r. monilla on July 19, 2011 at 10:33am
from experience these animals dont attack when not threatened, they are afraid more than us people, they are just as defensive as we are. they will bite if you step on them. God bless.
Reply by Arnel M. Domag on July 19, 2011 at 1:30am
The problem with a hand pistol is you need lots of practice before shooting precision and accuracy develops. I don't know if you were able to hit that snake when you fired at him. :)
 

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Land Surveyor Forum - Community Discussions

SURVEYOR KILLED BY BEE STING

Started by DAVID C. GARCELON Mar 5, 2013. 0 Replies

Dangerous Wild and Domesticated Animals

Started by Scott D. Warner, PLS. Last reply by DAVID C. GARCELON Mar 5, 2013. 1 Reply

Brown Recluse Spider

Started by Scott D. Warner, PLS Jan 13, 2012. 0 Replies

What about dangerous dogs?

Started by Scott D. Warner, PLS Nov 20, 2011. 0 Replies

Safety and Insects

Started by Scott D. Warner, PLS Nov 20, 2011. 0 Replies

Manchineel (Hippomane mancinella)

Started by Scott D. Warner, PLS. Last reply by Scott D. Warner, PLS Sep 24, 2011. 1 Reply

Multiflora Rose

Started by Scott D. Warner, PLS. Last reply by Arnel M. Domag Aug 8, 2011. 3 Replies

Top Ten Most Dangerous Animals

Started by Scott D. Warner, PLS. Last reply by Arnel M. Domag Jul 20, 2011. 3 Replies

Parsnip, Devils Club, rogue dogs, black bears, brown bears ect.

Started by Kathleen (Kate) Burnham-Evans. Last reply by Scott D. Warner, PLS Jul 18, 2011. 1 Reply

Burned by Wild Parsnip

Started by Scott D. Warner, PLS Jul 14, 2011. 0 Replies

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