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I agree chrish

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Posted by naker on May 07, 2003 at 13:13:06:

In Reply to: I agree chrish posted by san_antonio_tx on May 07, 2003 at 07:02:50:

:I've found 4 in a night several times (combonations
:of AOR and DOR). Never 4 live ones though.

:Also, S. TX was bad earlier because there was NO humidity.
:We finally have a low sitting on top of us and major amounts
:of humidity. It makes sense that things would be in full swing again.

:At one point a week or so ago when I was in Brewster county
:the relative humidity was a whoppin 2%!!! DRY!

That would explain the large number of frogs and toads that I seen. I also seen several mice, gophers and rats. Also the milks that I found were two DOR and one AOR. The live one was found within 10' of the other. The third one was approx 10 miles from the other two. I would have to agree with you about the humidity. It was just a perfect night for herping. I only hope I find one greyband this weekend. That would make for a great week...LOL! Later! John Rhoads.

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