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Winter herping blahs
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Old 12-24-2018, 12:24 PM   #1
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Talking Winter herping blahs

Well, even here in southern Florida the temps have dropped down, so the snakes are hibernating. I didn't see anything until yesterday when I found a sub-adult Florida Kingsnake basking on my street. Although their normal color isn't much to excite anyone, they do have a following, especially to those who value locality specific snakes. I was just happy to see any wild snake.
 

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