Wildlife Wednesday

Daddy found this snake slithering around our backyard.

He had Mom take a picture of it so we could ID it.

It is a Brown Snake also known as a DeKays snake, it is nonpoisonous so Daddy took it down to the pond and released it. ~ATCAD 

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  1. What a lovely little snake! My human loved snakes even before she loved cats.

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    1. Wow, your human sounds so cool. Ours is a tiny bit afraid of snakes.

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  2. guyz.....we haz de heebeez lookin at that thing frum kleer over heer in TT !!!! ☺☺♥♥♥

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  3. Yikes! Mom and I are afraid of snakes. Your dad is brave.

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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  4. Cool snake. We do not see many here in town.

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  5. My Tabby Cat loves to catch little snakes!! Sometimes he brings them to Mom and they're wrapped all around his head. Mom saves him and the snakes and lets them go.

    Molly and my Mom @The Fast and The Furriest

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  6. Good job! Too many people kill snakes for stupid reasons :(

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  7. What a cute tiny snake ! It's nice of your dad to help him ! Purrs

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  8. I wonder how many snakes we'll find when spring comes. Right now, it's too cold for snakes, I think. purrs

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  9. Wishing the slithery guy luck at the pond.

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  10. Wow...your Dad sure is brave!!
    Smileys!
    Dory Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  11. Those are also known as pencil snakes we think, for obvious reasons... Years and years ago when petcretary was about 18 or so...yikes, that was sooooooooo long ago,MOL! Anypaws she was on an outing with a younger gang, and a little boy picked up a snake like that and presented it right to her face. Um...he expected her to shriek or have a conniption, but she said wow, can I hold it for a while. That youngster's jaw fell almost to the ground...

    Petcretary is not scared of snakes,and she finds them fascinating creatures. She has to rescue many of them from dog-guy...we do have Mattawan Rattlers in our state but they are shy and very rare in our area. One of the prettiest ones she has evfur seen is a blue racer. Iridescent blue!! Wow!

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