I photographed this Northern Diamond-backed Watersnake at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. It was on a log floating in the river and if you look close you can see a dragonfly on the log underneath the snake.Read More
I spotted this Cottonmouth on the Sequoyah National Wildlife tour road (Oklahoma). Sometimes these snakes will come up on a road to sun. I believe this one was crossing from a slough to Sally Jones Lake. I see lots of Cottonmouths in this area.Read More
I noticed that this Rough Green Snake had a dark spot on the side of its head. I have never seen this before, so I did some research. I read that when they die their typical bright green color fades to a bluish or black color and dead specimens may look like a small black racer.
I came upon this Timber Rattlesnake while walking a road near the Ouachita National Forest here in Arkansas back in April 2015. This was my first time seeing one of these.Read More