A photographic journal of the reptiles and amphibians of Ohio, Michigan and other places interesting wildlife call home.
Monday, November 26, 2012
Herp ID Help: 3
I usually first see these pictures on my phone. It is fairly easy to identify the animal most of the time, even on the small screen. Sometimes I have to look a little harder or pull it up on a computer screen.
Most of the images are accompanied by concern that a rattlesnake is in their home.
Click for snake ID:
Eastern Milk Snake Lampropeltis triangulum
This one intially looked a little like a northern watersnake on my small phone screen. What did you first think?
I spend as much time outdoors and viewing wildlife as often as possible. While pursuing these activities, photography has grown into a passion of mine. The Buckeye Herps Blog is my attempt to chronicle my adventures which started in Ohio, continue in Michigan, and take me all over the country and the world.