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 My finds of the mojave desert

theres not many pics but here you go












hope you guys like it



02/22/11  06:43pm

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  Message To: Kelso reptiles   In reference to Message Id: 2206386


 My finds of the mojave desert

Looks awesome, when did you Go?



02/23/11  12:05am

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  Message To: Bone Java   In reference to Message Id: 2206441


 My finds of the mojave desert

thats the funny part i didint go i live their in the mojave desert i found these about 50 yards behind my house



02/23/11  04:26pm

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  Message To: Kelso reptiles   In reference to Message Id: 2206529


 My finds of the mojave desert

Must be great country to live in, as a herper. Even though there are probably more per square mile where I am when you figure in all the frogs and toads, we just don’t have the kind of frisky, high-profile land ones that you get to watch. Cleveland is not lizard country.



02/23/11  06:02pm

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  Message To: Bone Java   In reference to Message Id: 2206441


 My finds of the mojave desert

oh yeah and the gopher snake was about 5 and a half feet long and i found that in my yard



02/23/11  06:22pm

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  Message To: Kelso reptiles   In reference to Message Id: 2206555


 My finds of the mojave desert

Itty Bitty Lizzard! Hurray for Hatchlings! Nice find there.

And they say theres no life in the desert! *shakes head*
Nice pics. Thanks for sharing, and heres hopin the critters keep feeling safe in your yard!



02/24/11  12:10pm

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  Message To: Fairy Frog Mother   In reference to Message Id: 2206689


 My finds of the mojave desert

yeah i always catch and relese back where i caught it from
the two horned lizards are desert horned lizards and the snake is obvisly a gopher and the other lizards are side blothed lizards



02/24/11  04:29pm

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  Message To: Kelso reptiles   In reference to Message Id: 2206737


 My finds of the mojave desert

therse a lot of snakes in the mojave desert

lizard therse desert igannas, side blotched lizard, horned lizards, spinys, chuckwallas, leopard lizards, callard lizards, whiptails, tree lizards, sage brush lizards, ext

snakes theres gopher snakes, shouvle nose snakes ( i find these ALL the time), ground snakes ocaitanaly ring neck snakes, red rasers (or coachwhips as some people call them), sidewinders (lots of these i got bit by one in 2010), ocasonaly western diamond backs, specaled rattle snakes, ext


theres a lot of life here in the mojave desert but you rarly see it unless your looking for it
the best time to find them is in the early morning and late afternoon
i acually live in the middle of the mojave natinal preserve in a town named kelso (hense the name kelso reptiles) and thers so much wild life because its a prezerve but i live on railroad property its pretty cool out hear (except the HEAT) lol
you should come out to the mojave desert



02/24/11  04:42pm


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