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    Re: Noxubee Wildlife Refuge

    That DeKay's could not have made himself any flatter in his posturing, could he? What a menacing animal and yet, you still drew from deep within you the courage to pick him up. The farce is strong with this one.

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    Re: Noxubee Wildlife Refuge

    Quote Originally Posted by rlditmars View Post
    That DeKay's could not have made himself any flatter in his posturing, could he? What a menacing animal and yet, you still drew from deep within you the courage to pick him up. The farce is strong with this one.
    I found a little Dekay's in my back yard last fall while raking up leaves- I picked him up briefly to move him away to safety, despite his frightful coiled defiance.

    Came across what I assume was the same one several months ago, studying me & happily with less terror on his or her part- as before, I only handled enough to move to safety (I was mowing grass), & neither time did the snake actually try to bite me- just hoped to scare me off. I sure love finding snakes in my yard- the largest this year so far was a 2' ribbon snake that was watching me intently as I pulled weeds very close to her, but she appeared ready to take me on if I dared to "try anything"! That "extra foot" made all the difference, I kept my hands to myself.
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    Re: Noxubee Wildlife Refuge

    Thamnophis sauritus/Eastern Ribbon Snake



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    Cool Ribbon. I've spent some time watching them in the wild...they are good fishermen.

    Thanks for sharing.

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