I have yet to see one this year. I know of a spot they are at but no go yet. You should join this site and post your findings in the database! http://www.naherp.com/Patience my man . I stumbled upon a slew of five lined skinks yesterday but didnt have my phone on me! They were everywhere.
Wait! What?!?!?!?! So Cal? Dude, or dudette, you should be finding all kinds of good stuff All we have here are "LECH's". Lame East Coast HerpsLucky! i live in so cal so all i see is sea gulls, crows, and a blue bellied lizard if i go to the wetlands but at least we got the beach That a pretty turtle and a fat frog!
Ah but you do! Its just finding themLucky! i live in so cal so all i see is sea gulls, crows, and a blue bellied lizard if i go to the wetlands but at least we got the beach That a pretty turtle and a fat frog!
Hahaha, i was starting to think the same thing after last year. We literally had no rain all summer.All this time I thought you were the only wildlife in IN. Those are nice. I don't have a tortoise, but would like one someday.
LOL, It honestly takes some time to figure out where you will likely see them, time of day, time of year, temps, rain and having those places to herp.Well from my username im a dude but every time i go to the wetlands i just see squirrels but everyone else sees rattle snakes and falcons at the same wetlands. I have seen a gopher snake, baby rattler for a minute and a decapitated king snake and a friends of mine catches fence and alligator lizards at her other friends house. It's like they herps here hate me
We are lucky to see what we do. This area has quite a few easterns.Nice Eastern box turtle! Lucky to see those around!
Yeah what I was thinking. We have most of that stuff in lower Indiana more turtles though.If it keeps raining like it has been. We should see a ton of wild life this year. Ill check that site out. Im down for helping in any way i can
Ah but you do! Its just finding them
Hahaha, i was starting to think the same thing after last year. We literally had no rain all summer.