This month’s photo was taken by Dr. Christopher Jenkins – a black morph Timber Rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus).
This month’s photo was taken by Houston Chandler, The Orianne Society’s Director of Science – “Red-bellied Watersnake (Nerodia erythrogaster) basking near a small wetland.”
“Today, a dozen young eastern indigo snakes have been released in northern Florida, marking the fifth year of a 10-year program to return the native, non-venomous apex predator to the region.” Read more about our partners and our continuing collaboration on The Nature Conservancy.
This month’s photo comes from Kiley Briggs, The Orianne Society’s Northeast Turtle Conservation Coordinator. “A juvenile Wood Turtle at a site Orianne is partnering with USFWS and NRCS to restore riparian habitat to protect this rare and secretive species.”
Kiley Briggs was featured on the evening news! Check out Wildlife Watch: Protecting the Mysterious Wood Turtle on WCAX.