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Old 06-16-2019, 09:33 PM
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I left Guam in December 2017, so my information is at least that current. In the developed areas of the island, I never saw a brown tree snake. In the jungle areas (and LOTS of houses are on the edges of the jungle) the brown tree snakes were a common sight. As far as eradication efforts, all I can speak to is Andersen Air Force Base (located on the far north end of Guam), which had traps on every fence and twice-a-year seeding of the jungle on base with acetaminophen-laced rodents (so I was told by the folks that dropped them; I have no personal knowledge of what the dead rodents had in them). These traps were also prevalent on the Navy base on the southern end of the island.