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    Re: Noxubee Wildlife Refuge

    Well, not the wildlife refuge, but the side of the house next to my apartment when I got home from campus today... still a Mississippi native herp though so it counts in my book.
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    I see similar skinks around my place too- they're pretty cute & good little bug-catchers.
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    Re: Noxubee Wildlife Refuge

    When I lived in Tennessee, I used to find the tails in my garage all the time. I'm fairly certain that the rest of the lizard got away most times.
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    Re: Noxubee Wildlife Refuge

    Quote Originally Posted by Spicey View Post
    When I lived in Tennessee, I used to find the tails in my garage all the time. I'm fairly certain that the rest of the lizard got away most times.
    I'm afraid to ask who or what was chasing them...?
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    Re: Noxubee Wildlife Refuge

    Bluff Lake


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    It's almost like he knows that he blends in there?
    Last edited by Bogertophis; 04-28-2021 at 10:31 PM.
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    Re: Noxubee Wildlife Refuge

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    It's almost like he knows that he blends in there?
    Most definitely not, it was in the middle of the road and moving quickly...


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    Re: Noxubee Wildlife Refuge

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    Most definitely not, it was in the middle of the road and moving quickly...


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    Coincidence, I know...that's why I winked.

    And good job "catching" him-
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    Re: Noxubee Wildlife Refuge

    Daytime herping this past weekend. 4 yearling and juvenile alligators, a water turtle of some sort, and a Nerodia sp.







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