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Thread: First Intentional Herp-Outing of the Year: Success

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    Re: First Intentional Herp-Outing of the Year: Success

    78 in B.C. ? no way! It isn't nearly that warm even in Los Angeles and it's only in the 50's in SW Washington. . must have screwed up on the conversion to F. I just checked Vancouver B.C. and it's 43 F.

    Awesome ordie you got there!

    Quote Originally Posted by guidofatherof5 View Post
    Let the season begin. Unless you're in Iowa where it's 23F/-5C this morning.

    We might have another big snow storm on Sat/Sun.
    Yikes. Sunny mid 60's here the coming week. Trees are full of blossoms, daffodils and tulips are in bloom, and snakes are on the prowl for mates.

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    Re: First Intentional Herp-Outing of the Year: Success

    Quote Originally Posted by KephrenJorgensen View Post
    They look just like Sammi only bigger, funny thing that is.
    *~Lisa ~*
    0.1 T. S. Pickeringi, 2.2 T. Radixes
    3.0 Cats, 3.0 Dog, 0.1 Hamster, 1.0 Beta
    3.2 Humans

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    Re: First Intentional Herp-Outing of the Year: Success

    The males are starting to emerge in Michigan!!!
    Walked the tracks this afternoon and saw an eastern male by the tracks, and a male T. Butlerii at the edge of the meadow.
    Both were *extremely* sluggish and easily picked up. I saw ea h back under cover and tried for some phone pis-Ill try to upload but they are probably lousy.
    40's, snow still hanging on in patches, but they're moving!!!

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    Re: First Intentional Herp-Outing of the Year: Success

    It was only 78 that one day, and that was the air temperature at 1:30 pm on Vancouver Island. We get a little more sporadic weather when it comes to wind and sunshine then the mainland does, exlcuding the interior.
    Kephren J.
    2.4 T. ordinoides and counting. 2.0 T. s. pickeringii. 1.0.1 T. e. vagrans

    Limbs? hmpph, who needs those!?

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    Re: First Intentional Herp-Outing of the Year: Success

    In Nanaimo mind you. it was snowing in Campbell River, a couple hundred km North.
    Kephren J.
    2.4 T. ordinoides and counting. 2.0 T. s. pickeringii. 1.0.1 T. e. vagrans

    Limbs? hmpph, who needs those!?

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