Rattlesnake

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  1. Teegate

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    I was talking with someone recently and I was given a tip they acquired on a good place to find rattlesnakes. This was not a specific spot but a general place to look when out and about. Today, that tip proved correct.

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    I have video that I will post later tonight of it rattling at us.
     
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  2. dogg57

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    Cool beans
     
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    AHHHHH!!!!!!
     
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    Jessica took this one. My camera kept shutting off and you can hear me blowing off the pine flies on my hand. I was annoyed.

     
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    Music to my ears,though I hear it terrifies some folks.
     
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    The pine flies are very bad this year. They swoop in from behind and land on my face. It's all I can do to keep them off me.
     
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    I have been feeding the flies on the weekends, so I can't imagine that they have excessive hunger.
     
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    I don't want to jinx myself but they haven't been bad down here at all. I can't figure it out.
     
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    Too late! :D

    PS: those damn Asian tiger mosquitoes are back too. We had a skip year last year due to the drought, but they are at my house in full force now.

    http://wiki.bugwood.org/Aedes_albopictus/NJ
     
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    Don't leave out the Tularemia the deer flies can gift to you :eek:
     
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    Check out the length of this skin.

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    Is that a rattler shed Guy?
     
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    Here is another one from this morning. It had taken shade to get out of the sun. The more I see the more concerned I am with each step I take out there. They are everywhere.


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    I know what you mean. I used to not look down so much, but now I do. I get the willy's sometimes. I peer about 3 feet ahead of me at the ground now.
     
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