November 16, 2004
Southerly Slither
Come autumn, one often sees these rural prairie snakes (Serpentus rustica, var. irrigata), who live a mostly solitary existence during the summer, gathered into herds for the fall migration. Here we see the cold-blooded reptiles gathering warmth from the waning sun so that they can follow it south.
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