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 #2305492


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 Moccasin

I caught a cottonmouth near my house and spotted several others along with bullfrogs wired looking birds and a young gator in my pond what’s going in!?!?!??!?!?!?!?!



06/03/14  02:05pm

 #2305714


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  Message To: ReptileGOD   In reference to Message Id: 2305492


 Moccasin

well seeing as you have a pond that would explain everything... a pond is a perfect ecosystem for all of the above animals. water attract nearly all if not all animals, mice being included which will bring the cotton mouths in along with the fish in the pond, and the fish will also bring the birds, the gator because of the fish too and also the fact of the water, and the bull frogs due to the water and being able to lay eggs and breed and eat all the insects it can find.



06/16/14  10:48pm

 #2305729


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  Message To: Kelso reptiles   In reference to Message Id: 2305714


 Moccasin

But what snakes will I find in the pond



06/17/14  10:10am

 #2305748


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  Message To: ReptileGOD   In reference to Message Id: 2305729


 Moccasin

well your profile say you live in Florida, you can find water snakes, depending on where you live you can find crayfish snakes, mud snakes, rainbow snake, cotton mouths, again depending on where you live copperheads up north, garter snakes, and well many other snakes due to the water.
i advise you to keep researching, just read read read, learn as much as you possibly can each day about reptiles, mostly reptiles around your area, but also in other countries too if you really love reptiles.



06/17/14  03:47pm

 #2305749


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  Message To: Kelso reptiles   In reference to Message Id: 2305748


 Moccasin

Oh and how could I capture one if these safely



06/17/14  03:52pm

 #2305755


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  Message To: ReptileGOD   In reference to Message Id: 2305749


 Moccasin

i would just leave them alone, watch and photograph them. animals are meant to be kept in the wild not captured, yes we all grew up trying to but once you grow up you will learn its better for them to stay in the wild, thats where they belong.
i also posted to your post in the gecko forum.



06/17/14  04:14pm

 #2305756


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  Message To: Kelso reptiles   In reference to Message Id: 2305755


 Moccasin

what i can say is go to the nearest library, either in town or school, and check out as many reptile books as you can, read... yes read every single one, and once you have read them read them again, go on the internet search reptile knowledge, reptiles anything to do with them and read it, always read about them, keep absorbing the knowledge and soon it will turn to a passion .... i have been keeping reptiles and catching, rescuing, and learning about reptiles for 18 years, i do it every day of my life, but i still learn new things every day. but i love it.



06/17/14  04:20pm

 #2305759


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  Message To: Kelso reptiles   In reference to Message Id: 2305756


 Moccasin

PM me i gots to know!!!!!!!!!!!!



06/17/14  05:08pm


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