Field Report 4.24-30.04
KANSAS

Experienced rain & cold on the first day, cleared up some for a few days before
it got really windy. On the way out of Kansas the bad weather returned.
Overall good herping weather, especially for flipping.

 


Western Worm Snake

Flathead Snake

Plains Blackhead Snake

Red-Sided Garter Snake
 

Eastern Yellow Belly Racer

Juvenile Eastern Yellow Belly Racer

Eastern Yellow Belly Racer with some Black Rat Snakes

Western Coachwhips
 

Black Rat Snake

Black Rat Snake

Black rat Snake

Great Plains Rat Snake
 


 


Great Plains Rat Snake


Bullsnake

 

 

Bullsnake

 

 


Speckled Kingsnake

 

Red Milksnake

Red Milksnake

Red Milksnakes

Red Milksnake belly shot
 

 



Intergrade Milksnake


Central Plains Milksnake


Central Plains Milksnake

 


Juvenile Copperhead
 

Juvenile Copperhead


Timber Rattlesnake

 


Western Ribbon Snake

Lined Snake
 

Great Plains Skink

Great Plains Skink


Great Plains Skink

 


Western Slender Glass Lizard
 

 

 

Western Slender Glass Lizard


Six-lined Racerunner


Six-lined Racerunner

 


Collared Lizard

 

 

Texas Horned Lizard


Texas Horned Lizard

 


American Toad


The Red Hills

 

Rock Cut
Southern Flinthills

Central Flinthills

Rock Cut
Flinthills

Flipping Rock
Low Plains
 
         

 

Kerby...


Got a late start (already dark) and found this

 



 

 

 

 




 

 

 

 

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