Loc: In a BUS, where ever I stop..
Cheers thanks Firepac, they are all beautiful but I have always had a fondness for the big old carpets. Watching them quietly moving through the night I'm glad I'm not at sleeping bird or a small mammal. Cheers
I had a medium sized carpet snake in my shed last Sunday. Chasing rats as I have grain in steel rubbish bins for our geese, ringnecks and budgie etc. He had a lovely lump in his tummy and was quite placid. I just picked him up and put him over the fence into an old run down mango plantation. He will return again as I have plenty of rats and I quite like him and his mates hanging around. Now if I could just hire a scrub python for a couple of weeks to get rid of the bloody possums in my roof I would be more than happy. Wife isn't fussed 1 way or the other with snakes but she does get the irits with the common tree snakes hiding in our hanging self watering pot plants and they stick their heads out when she is filling up the reservoirs. We had an Eastern Brown a couple of years ago and he wasn't welcome and was removed by a local snake catcher.
173mm Mar 2017 Best 79mm 16/1/17 2017 Total 485mm 2016 Total 649mm 2015 Total 375mm
Does anyone know much about Sea Krates (type of sea snake) .Laticaudids Highly venomous. Found one on the beach and will post pic soon. Amazing they spend up to 50% of their life in the water and 50% on the land and come out of the water to lay eggs.
Climate is what we expect, weather is what we get. - Mark Twain