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Florida Python Problem Finds New Solution

Florida Python Problem Finds New Solution

When iSportsman sat down with professional python huntress Amy Siewe last year, it was apparent Florida’s python problem was detrimental to the ecology of Florida’s landscapes. The Burmese python is an invasive species to Florida, and has since decimated 99.3% of Florida’s raccoons, 98.9% of the opossums and 87.5% of the local bobcat population. The issue has led to those like Siewe working year-round on tackling the issue, capturing and euthanizing pythons in the Florida everglades and surrounding areas.


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Amy Siewe, Python Hunter Extraordinaire

Amy Siewe, Python Hunter Extraordinaire

With a population thought to be as large as 300,000, the Burmese python is taking over the Florida Everglades. Fortunately, one huntress is doing her part, making a name for herself as one of the top snake hunters in this critical conservation effort.

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