February 2018

Nothing says South Texas like the iconic Texas indigo (Drymarchon melanurus erebennus). This five and a half foot male was photographed on the U.S. side of a section of the (now, infamous) “Border Wall” that was erected several years ago. It stands between Brownsville, Texas and its sister city, Matamoros, Mexico. My name is Clint […]

Photo of the Month: January 2018

  Gary tells us, “I drove in my driveway during the summer and saw this thing sticking out of the shrub. As I got closer I realized it was a snake. I parked, ran in and got my camera, took a couple of shots, ran back in to change lenses, and took several more. When […]

Photo of the Month: December 2017

Arizona Mountain Kingsnake (Lampropeltis pyromelana), photographed in situ in Yavapai County, Arizona by Stephen Barten, DVM. Stephen tells us “This snake was found in a crack in a large boulder and other than a photo or two was left alone. We returned 3 days later and found the snake again in the same crevice. If […]

Photo of the Month: November 2017

November’s photo of the month comes to us from Cory Verne who snapped this photo of a Cuban Treefrog which was inhabiting his son’s Grand Wagoneer! Cory lives in a rural area of Punta Gorda in Southwest Florida. It has been surprisingly wet for this time of year in the region, causing there to be […]

Photo of the Month: October 2017

I took this photo in my backyard in rural Bulloch County, Georgia. I’m a nature photography hobbyist. I post my photos on my personal Facebook page and on my Twitter at www.twitter.com/eddieledbetter. Eddie Ledbetter