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Posted by donk142 on May 13, 2003 at 02:59:56:
In Reply to: N. California posted by Travis v on May 09, 2003 at 18:10:26:
: I live on the coast in Sonoma county. I herp for mostly amphibians but have found a breeding pair of rubber boas outside my house,a few ringnecks,a blue racer some garters and a gopher.
: What do you find up there? send me an e-mail and we could talk.
:Whats being found in N. Cali now? We are having much luck. So far this year we have only found Western Fence Lizards and S. <--I think Aligator Lizards. Not one snake this year yet. We have been hunting so far in Amador and Caliveris Countys. I cant believe how hard its geting to find snakes. I can almost remember ten years ago when we had to work "NOT" to go over the limit every time we went out now its as if they have all been hunted into the ground Any thoughts on this?
:East Bay parks (contra costa co.) have been good to me lately. I found 3 hatchling prarie rattlers, one hatchling gopher (still with scar on belly), and several fat fence lizards.
Mount Hamilton showed us a fat yearling prarie rattler, and a nice 3 ft gopher. Also a nice tarantula, inside a hole. We found a 3 ft cal king in january too.