"That's a rat snake, probably a Texas rat snake." per Derek Broman,
Urban Wildlife Biologist, DFW Metroplex,
Texas Parks & Wildlife Department.
The snake was next to the concrete trail that connects the west side of the parking lot to the main trail between the pond and Jupiter Road.
Wish I had a better camera with me at the time. He was chasing a bunny.
I do not know my dragonflies but love to try to shoot them.
While this is growing in the garden, it certainly was not planted.
My dill plant has its first guest.
My cultivate Milkweeds have a guest munching away.
On Orange Milkweed
100's of milkweeds growing in a vacant lot about 4 acres in size.
Seed head of a type of grass.. I'm sure this is probably common but can't seem to find it.
Laying Egg on Parsly
These are cool and I thought it was a baby snake. I found another one swimming in pool tonight
on Orange Milkweed - A.tuberosa
I planted this in my backyard over 5 years ago