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09-10-2006 05:03 PM  14 years ago
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sharam

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A visitor at our field yesterday!
Take a look at what was visiting our field today!

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09-10-2006 05:09 PM  14 years ago
sewu

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09-10-2006 07:05 PM  14 years ago
Butch

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Trying to "snake" in a flight with no AMA card The Whirlybug Bit Me!
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09-10-2006 11:35 PM  14 years ago
Professor Fate

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Those Raptor affaid of a little snake?Welcome my son, Welcome to the machine
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09-11-2006 04:09 AM  14 years ago
sharam

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It was a baby rattle snake!! I am more concerned about where moma rattler is hiding.
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09-11-2006 04:13 AM  14 years ago
spritefiend

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jeebus man.. then the rest of the story goes.. i blasted that blood sucking demon back to hell with my 12ga.
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09-11-2006 04:41 AM  14 years ago
sewu

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Check this out:

http://www.poisoncenter.org/rattle_snake.htm

This is a Baja California Rattlesnake:
This species inhabits most of the southern two thirds of the Baja California Peninsula. It is also found on a number of the islands in the Gulf of California including San Marcos, Carmen, San Jose, San Francisco, Partida del Sur, Espiritu Santo, and Cerralvo. It is seen on one island on the west coast, Isla Santa Margarita.

The eyes and rattle of this species are proportionally large while the head is incredibly small and narrow. It has a slightly raised scale above the eyes but not as pronounced as the horn-like scales above the Sidewinder Rattlesnake's eyes.

This rattlesnake is often seen in rocky areas among cacti and thornscrub vegetation.
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09-12-2006 06:22 AM  14 years ago
sharam

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Well, a friend of mine thinks it was a harmless Gophjer Snake! I guess I will never know for sure!!
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09-12-2006 06:37 AM  14 years ago
ShempHoward

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About that invitation you proffered recently to come fly at Bayside ---- I think I'll wait until snake season is over.
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09-12-2006 06:44 AM  14 years ago
Tioli

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I grew up in AZ and got so tired of snakes... in the house, in the yard, under the kitchen sink. Thank god the only snakes where i live now are in zoos, or the amnesty box at the airport.
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09-12-2006 03:45 PM  14 years ago
spritefiend

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^ lol and i bet the wife/gf got tired of all the girly screams that came from you everytime you did find one...

oh wait, thats what i do......

John.
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09-12-2006 05:34 PM  14 years ago
sharam

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LOL, Shemp! Come on down anyway! The BBQ I promised will be with ground beef, real beef!
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