Some more random 2010 stuff . . .

Bobbleton

Explorer
Mar 12, 2004
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I've somehow taken FAR less pictures this year than usual, but have very little concept of what's already been posted and what hasn't - sorry if any of these are repeats.

Redbelly from the pines


Killdeer and nest


Carpenter


Leopard


Northern Gray


and by popular demand . . .
 

woodjin

Piney
Nov 8, 2004
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Near Mt. Misery
It's a scarlet king snake isn't it? At first I was thinking coral since I know you spent some time in Florida. Looks kind of like a milk snake also. Where did you photograph this, nj?
 

Bobbleton

Explorer
Mar 12, 2004
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NJ
Thanks, guys!

Jeff is right on the money - its a scarlet snake. Found in the pines . . . they're around, just super hard to come by. I've seen them in FL too, but posting them here would be cheating.
 

bobpbx

Piney
Staff member
Oct 25, 2002
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Pines; Bamber area
Thanks, guys!

Jeff is right on the money - its a scarlet snake. Found in the pines . . . they're around, just super hard to come by. I've seen them in FL too, but posting them here would be cheating.
Wow, I was looking at those online and the colors are all over the place. While surfing I found this interesting info regarding the coral snake:

http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/health/snakebites-about-to-get-more-deadly

"Red on yellow, kill a fellow, Red on black, freind of Jack". I'd never remember that if I came across one.
 

cranbrake

Scout
Jun 3, 2009
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nice coastal! ;).......hey couldn't you have at least brushed the sand off that virgatipes' nose before hassling him for a pic?

would you believe i still have never taken the time to get a pic of one of those?
like the gray tree frog shot too.