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    Field herping thread

    Rules are as follows. All photographs are to be of wild herps in native surroundings.
    No pets on the lawn pictures, no zoo pictures.

    I will lead the way with a few field pics from 2012 of my own.












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    Gravid Northern Rubber Boa (Charina bottae)- San Mateo county, CA
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    Re: Field herping thread

    Very nice!

    Found these two under a board today while walking my dogs out back.



    It was a perfect morning too, the fog was clinging to the hill, breathtaking.


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    Re: Field herping thread

    Nice S.dekayi. Love the little brown snakes.
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    Emmy, Kale, Molly, Gabby, Hailee
    They are not just snakes. They're garter snakes.
    http://www.youtube.com/user/thamnophis14?feature=mhee

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    Re: Field herping thread

    What's keeping you Steve, surely you have some wild radix pics from your back yard??

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    Re: Field herping thread

    I will work on it.
    Steve
    5 awesome kids!
    Emmy, Kale, Molly, Gabby, Hailee
    They are not just snakes. They're garter snakes.
    http://www.youtube.com/user/thamnophis14?feature=mhee

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    Western Yellow Bellied Racers (Coluber constrictor mormon)- San Mateo county, CA




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    Re: Field herping thread

    Great pictures!

    Is that a typical posture for ring-neck snakes to put their tails into a corkscrew?

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    Re: Field herping thread

    With all those great herps around you, how can you Americans resist keeping them all?
    Will

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