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    Looking for herp spots/ partner

    Went out like 8 times in the last 2 weeks and didnt find anything while herping i went at night during day dusk and morning. Ive been to desert to foothills to mountains to canyons and not one snake lizard or frog anybody please help... If you have any info please pm me as i know we need to keep these spots private so they arent desimated. please help i just wanna be able to find some snakes etc in the wild and see tem in their natural enviorment. I WILL NOT BE KEEPING ANY ANIMAL I FIND please help

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    Anyone help please ive now been out about 20 times and inly seen one toad

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    Behind the charter cable building in irwindale CA. See fence lizards in their natural environment (our parking lot).

    Sorry, I'm no help.

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    Re: Looking for herp spots/ partner

    Come down to Louisiana.
    My wife spotted this rat snake in the back yard a few days ago.


    Look under logs, rocks, etc.
    Be careful.
    Good luck!

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