Coastal Desert Intergrade Herping

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Coastal Desert Intergrade Herping

Post by LouB747 » May 1st, 2019, 8:03 am

A great time herping with my son, who's now 16, and road cruised his first snake!

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Post by DRDAN » May 7th, 2019, 8:15 pm

Nice video, those b/w rhinos are known as a “Clarus morph” the other is known as a “lecontei morph”. In the case of the winder, euthanasia would have been the appropriate route, it looked like most of its internal organs had become “external”.

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Post by Porter » May 7th, 2019, 8:56 pm

You should always release a snake on the side of the road in the direction in which it was heading. Otherwise, after you leave it will turn around and cross the street again. Nice vid Lou. I hate seeing snakes with their guts out like that. I feel the same dilemma. Awesome rhinos ! Congrats on the king

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