Tags: Arizona Black Rattlesnake, canyon treefrog, Crotalus cerberus, hyla areinicolork, maricopa county, rattlesnakes, snake
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Great shots Brian and what a night! Wish I could have been out there with you. What were the conditions that you found all the cerberus?
Hey Dave, it really was a surprisingly good night … one right after the next. The conditions were surprisingly dry and clear, but I think what really helped was that the moon was behind the mountains. As soon as it popped up the light levels were much higher and we didn’t see anything else for our time there.
I absolutely love the face shot second from the bottom. Excellent detail!
The bottom photo is what my cerb, Fluffy, looks like. Really black and only getting blacker w/ each shed. MAN, I love that spot!!! BTW, I always come out of there dry after a hike. Did Diego decide to go for a swim?:D
Got any photos?
I think he did get kinda wet, haha. If I recall, we stuck close to the water for a good while.
i love them saw one yesterday
Really? They’re one of my favorites! What county were you in?
Could you contact me at Noah.evans13@yahoo dot com please. I have a few questions for you.
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