Sign up for JPG+ to start using collections now!
Photo license: © All rights reserved
I almost forgot the snake. She/he came to visit 8-21-08. I had no clue what is was, but looked it up.
Mud snakes grow to an average of 40 to 54 inches. Mud snakes are mostly aquatic, and nocturnal, inhabiting the edges of streams and cypress swamps, among dense vegetation or under ground debris. Their primary diet consists of amphiumas, but they will also eat a variety of other amphibians, including salamanders, frogs, and sometimes fish.
We had had a great deal of rain and I think that's how it ended up at my house I think. I kept him/her less than 24 hours and let it go in the back yard by the back fence.
I must say it did not bother to say goodbye.... and Yes Susan- he/she was mad. I did not want to let it go in the front yard as I did not want it to get run over.
Thank you Mary for the Spotlight. :-)
Please Login or Sign Up
Login or Sign Up
Need contest credits? Get 'em here!
Select a Shoot Out contest credit package below.