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Posted by jfmoore on March 11, 2003 at 15:39:00:
In Reply to: boa's go extinct?... posted by oldskool on March 11, 2003 at 15:14:37:
It is still early in the year, but check out the number of sightings of rosy boas reported at:
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The webpage is FIELDHERPERS DOT COM SLASH FIELDHERPING
You need to know where, when, and how to look. Helps to have some luck, too.
:do you guys feel as if all the collecting goes without affecting the wild population? is there some sort of self regulation? maybe you could just take some photos and leave the animals to live in peace? i have seen one rosy in all my hiking, but i liked it in the wild, where others can see/enjoy it.