Along dried out riverbed below Cowley State Fishing Lake waterfall (also dried).
All I could get was the tail.. I saw a lot of skinks, but it is possible it could be a snake.
After an incredible bioblitz in the Big Thicket, Elizabeth, Brian, and I spent a little bit of the last daylight hours at Colleyville Nature Center. :)
The Little Brown Skink (Scincella lateralis), also known as the Ground Skink (which may refer to any Scincella species however), is a small species of skink found throughout much of the eastern half of the United States, and into northern Mexico.