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Early bird diamondback

Rich Z

Staff member
A friend of mine came over today (Tuesday) and we decided to take a walk in the woods. He asked me where my property line was, so I took him to an area that I knew roughly where it would be. There was a bit of old metal parts and such there and I had commented earlier that this seemed like a perfect day for a diamondback to be out sunning itself. Sure enough, this little one was laying next to an old piece of junk. Only had a little button or two on it's tail so a pretty young one. Didn't seemed disturbed by out presence there and only flicked it's tongue a few times curious about us.


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