The Eastern ribbon snakes are officially out and about at Grand Bay. One stretch of the elevated boardwalk-tower trail seems to be the dominion of young ribbon snakes and Nerodia watersnakes (with a few young cottonmouths thrown into the mix). A fantastic area and its nice to finally see the formal Eastern ribbon snake subspecies (in my home-region of Florida we have the Peninsula ribbon snake subspecies).
~ janson jones,
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|Is the organism wild/naturalized?||Unknown|
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