First up is my two boys in a huge tree: This next group of photos was just awesome to watch in person. I assume this snake was going after this mouse. So here is the snake it is a Eastern Ratsnake - (Pantherophis alleghaniensis): Here is the mouse: The mouse was running back and forth on this rock face saving her babies. I must of watched her go and grab about 12 babies. If you look in her mouth here she has a baby: And another one with her baby: The snake was slowly getting closer but she had already moved all her babies she knew the snake was there. You can see the nest in the upper left hand corner: They the snake tried to get away, But not so fast I wanted to check it out: Here is a Northern Watersnake - (Nerodia s. sipedon) I don't like to pick these guys up as they can musk you and it smells pretty bad. And another northern watersnake: There were like 12 of these guys basking in a single pile of sticks. This is a baby Eastern Ratsnake - (Pantherophis alleghaniensis) Here is a Northern Brownsnake - (Storeria d. dekayi) Last but not least a Broad-headed Skink - (Plestiodon laticeps) We also found a Common Ribbonsnake - (Thamnophis s. sauritus) But it was to fast to get a good picture. Sorry some of the pictures are not so clear, My fiancée is scared of snakes so she doesn't get to close when I am handling them. Thats my only photographer when I can't take them myself. I hope you enjoy these none the less.