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The Coral We Relocated Today

Discussion in 'Field Herping' started by PMC, Sep 12, 2012.

  1. PMC

    PMC Well-Known Member

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    We found him near our house and have small children, so we relocated him to hunting preserve land a few miles away from us.
  2. mld

    mld Subscribed User Premium Member

    What a beautiful snake, so tiny! Glad you relocated him to a safe place for all :)
  3. AjaMichelle

    AjaMichelle Elite Member

    How did you decide where to move the snake?
  4. PMC

    PMC Well-Known Member

    Wasn't too hard, we live in a small neighborhood surrounded by cattle pasture, hay fields, and woods... I figured the Coral would like to stay in the woods, so we drove a few miles down the road and walked him into a wooded are that is used mainly for turkey hunting. Hunters by us are woodsy guys, they don't mess with snakes and don't mind them when they do see them. Being a Coral, I doubt anyone will ever see him again anyway, lol! Plus, there are just not that many hunters going through there... figured it was a good match :)
  5. SSThorn

    SSThorn Elite Member

    LUCKY. Ive only ever seen 1 wild coral snake in my life, and Ive looked for them. The only other snake that seems to be that rare for me to find is a C. Adamanteus, The Eastern Diamondback.
  6. Thalatte

    Thalatte Elite Member

    So pretty...I constantly run into sidewinders but not much else snakewise.

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