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Archive for February, 2010

“Little Guy” is safe for a while,

02.24.2010



"Little Guy" is safe for a while,, originally uploaded by EcoSnake.

“Little Guy” is safe for a while,

as Idaho’s native amphibians and reptiles remain “protected species” for the immediate future… There are some challenges ahead though and he hopes for continued support. He will keep his friends informed during the next few months about the status of amphibians and reptiles in Idaho. “Little Guy” is a “Great Basin (western) rattlesnake (Crotalus oreganus lutosus). Photo by Frank

Posted by Frank - February 24, 2010

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“Little Guy” says, “Please keep me safe!”

02.20.2010

“Little Guy” says, “Please keep me safe!”, originally uploaded by EcoSnake.

“Little Guy” says, “Please keep me safe!”

He’s concerned about a proposal in the Idaho Legislature to remove “protected”  status for Idaho’s native amphibians and reptiles.  Apparently some legislators object to rattlesnakes being “protected.” Everyone who cares about the conservation of Idaho’s wildlife should monitor this issue closely!  Great Basin (Western) rattlesnake (Crotalus oreganus lutosus). Photo by Frank

Posted by Frank - February 20, 2010

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A New Bearded Dragon

02.03.2010



A new bearded dragon, originally uploaded by EcoSnake.

A New Bearded Dragon

“Elizabeth” needed a new home and now she’s found one as a member of the “EcoSnake Team!” She’s had excellent care and is very healthy and friendly. We estimate she’s about three years old. Hopefully she’ll adjust soon to her new home. Inland bearded dragon (Pogona vitticeps). They are native to Australia and are very gentle and responsive. Photo by Frank

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