2015 Year In Review

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brick911
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2015 Year In Review

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Hi Guys,

I know its a drag to click onto links, but if anyone is interested I have separate blog entries up for my different herp groups of the year on my website. Be warned, most of this is Northeast but I did make a quick trip to NC and spent a few days in FL (hence, why I'm posting here). Please check them out, and if you are interested in receiving notifications of blogs in the future, sign up on my contact page. If you enter through my home page, it will take you right to the snakes review and you can work backward through the list below. www.fascinature.net.

Now that this is done, I can peruse everyone else's reviews! Have a great 2016!

FROGS

http://fascinature.net/blog/2015-anurans

LIZARDS/CROCODILIANS

http://fascinature.net/blog/2015-lizards

TURTLES

http://fascinature.net/blog/2015-turtles

SALAMANDERS

http://fascinature.net/blog/2015-salamanders

SNAKES

http://fascinature.net/blog/2015-snakes

Bob

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Josh Holbrook
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Good stuff all around! Impressive list.

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noah k.
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Love it Bob!

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Great images! Do you often see those Kinosternon basking where you are. I rarely see them in KY. Cool. Love the Diamondback Terrapin laing her eggs. I would love to see something like that one day.

Dave

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I've personally never seen one basking in my area (PA/NJ). This one was a bit of an oddball on a vacation in NC.

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