Discussion in 'Survival and Wilderness Skills' started by Strigidae, Mar 1, 2019.
Yes sir, they are EVERYWHERE down here this time of year. One of my favorite raptors to see around.
bird-voiced treefrog I found at work last summer. Apparently it’s not supposed to be in my range, but the academia types forgot to tell it.
@DYSPHORIC JOY not sure if you and DJ Jr dig this sorta herpetological life.
From my hikes this summer...
Those lizards dont mind being handled?
Out of all the lizards, they are definitely the easiest to catch. Usually after the initial “catching” they are fine. You’re calm, they’re calm. One of them did shoot blood out of his eyes at me (defense mechanism). But overall, they are the stoners of lizards. lol
Whats the black and white tailed snake called?
....... that is a "holy cr#p it's a bloody rattlesnake"......or similar....
Western Diamondback rattlesnake.
Here’s a buzz rope for you. I was about 5’ away when he spoke to me. Messed up my coyote hunt that day.
This guy stopped by for some lunch,
[QUOTE = "Strigidae, Post: 162279, Mitglied: 99"] Bei der März-Herausforderung geht es um wild lebende Tiere. Das am besten aussehende Tierfoto eines Mitglieds gewinnt einen Patch. Es muss dein Foto sein. [/ QUOTE]
look at center of the picture, rabbit standing on hind legs.
Alright my you’re torturing my inner herpetology nerd! You live in such an amazing place. Is that a massasauga rattlesnake?