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Snakes of the Southeast

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Fifty-two kinds of snakes can be found in the Southeast, almost half of all species native to North America. Filled with more than 300 color photographs and written by two of the region’s most renowned herpetologists, this is the most comprehensive educational guide to the snakes of the Southeast.At the heart of the guide are its heavily illustrated, fact-filled descriptio ...more
Paperback, 264 pages
Published May 23rd 2005 by A Wormsloe Foundation Nature Book
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A good reference on snakes, I think. I don't know much about snakes, so take my review with caution. I found it difficult to look up those I didn't know anything about, but I also don't get a lot of practice & I know from looking up birds & trees that this kind of reference takes practice.

Part of the problem is the pictures. It is impossible to show all the permutations of the most common species around here, the Hog-nosed snake. It does give fairly good, descriptions of habitat, likely
A good companion to Reptiles and Amphibians of Alabama because it has wonderful color photographs. It also has lots of fascinating information about snakes. I received this book, as well as the reptiles and Amphibians book, for Christmas. because I live in a rural area and often see snakes, I wanted to know more about them. I am glad I took the time to learn a little more. There is a big black snake that lives in my yard (a non-poisonous Black Racer). From reading these two books I discovered th ...more
Uuuuuhhhuummmm.....I didn't read this for fun so like eheh....don't think I am a dork or anything but yeah. It was very informational tho! Like all the snakes of The South and Mid Eastern coast was up in there!
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