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    Re: Noxubee Wildlife Refuge

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    I'm afraid to ask who or what was chasing them...?
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    Re: Noxubee Wildlife Refuge

    Let’s please keep my thread on topic. We’ve had enough of this elsewhere recently


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    Re: Noxubee Wildlife Refuge



    Hyla cinerea/Green Tree Frog




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    I love green tree frogs, they're so cute & such amazing color!
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    Re: Noxubee Wildlife Refuge

    Not the refuge this time, but a couple critters found while camping this past weekend near Kilmichael, MS. Few bonus pictures of the night sky and the lake and such.

    Trail through the property where I found the critters.


    Sceloporus undulatus/Eastern Fence Lizard



    Coluber constrictor priapus/Southern Black Racer





    Ribsmokerus beerchuggeri/Beer Drinking Barbecue Master


    Epic moonrise on the first night camping





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    What a beautiful spot! Nice Coluber pics too- he's very photogenic & apparently likes to model?- lucky critters to live there.
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    Re: Noxubee Wildlife Refuge

    Back to Noxubee Wildlife Refuge programming.
    Stunning sunset followed by the first venomous of the year for me tonight.


    Agkistrodon piscivorous “Cottonmouth”





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    Re: Noxubee Wildlife Refuge

    Awsome pics, looks so cool, I'm loving the sky pics

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    Re: Noxubee Wildlife Refuge

    Haven’t gotten out to the refuge quite as often as I’d hoped this summer and been a bit slow when I have made it out there. Here’s a couple finds from the last two trips out road cruising.


    I believe diamondback water snake…? (Not 100% on the exact species identification) Nerodia of some sort nonetheless.



    Storeria dekayi Dekay’s Brown Snake. One of the largest I’ve found at close to 12” long or so.







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    Re: Noxubee Wildlife Refuge

    Not at the refuge, but out on my nightly walk circuit.
    Carphophis amoenus “Eastern Worm Snake”




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