Keeping the Serpent at Bay

Cheung, Lance
March 2004
Airman;Mar2004, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p38
Reports on a joint program between the defense and agriculture departments to keep snakes from escaping Guam. Installation of wire mesh snake traps at various spots along the Andersen Air Base, Guam outer flight line fence; Guam's ongoing war against brown tree snakes; Estimated population of brown tree snakes in the country.


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