Hello to everyone. I've been an Everglades nut since I was a kid many, many years ago. I am out on the water in kayak or canoe whenever I get a chance (not often enough), and I've done my share of…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeff Weber Dec 10, 2010.
I am enjoying all your posts. It fascinates me that each year is unique, with respect to water. It is really the ultimate factor dictating conditions in the Glades and Big Cypress, and all life forms have to adapt. Evolution has made this…"
"I'm still on the lookout for a scarlet king and an eastern indigo. back in the late 80's my friends and i would go snake hunting. cold nights and warm days usually spelled success on lightly traveled roads.. We collected quite a few which…"
"Thanks. The Everglades race is light orange with a rosy cast dorsally, like this one. Interestingly, the lighter Yellow Rat Snakes with the two dark stripes share the same areas in the Everglades, and you're right, there…"
"In a canal near Black Point Marina. This one is probably twice the weight of the one that hangs out near the bridge at Black Point, even though that one is also large. In the same area, I also found a 5-foot Spectacled Caiman."
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