Coachwhip in the creosote

A red racer coachwhip (Masticophis flagellum piceus), also known as a Red Racer, amongst the branches of a creosote bush between our house and cabin…

If you’re having trouble spotting the animal…

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One Response to Coachwhip in the creosote

  1. william loveless says:

    cool snakes, excellent climbers. saw one climbing tree after tree at our place. all business those fellows.

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