Hello All,
The other day, I pulled a juvenille snake out of my 4 ft. tall lawn refuse can. Don't know how long he's been in there or how he's managed to survive without water and food. Any way, I have a photo of him, but don't know how or where to post it for all to see. Any suggestions? My guess is he's either a Corn snake or Milk snake. Are either of these common in Central Florida?
Hello All, The other day, I pulled a juvenille snake out of my 4 ft. tall lawn refusecan. Don't know ... Any suggestions? My guess is he's either a Cornsnake or Milk snake. Are either of these common in Central Florida?

Corn snakes are, and one variant of milk snake (maybe two I haven't been to FL in a long time). Send me the pic and I can put it on my site.
Chris
http://www.mcmartinville.com
You could post it on alt.binaries.pictures.animals

Anna
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Hi Chris,
I tried to send the photos to the www.mcmartinville.com address, but it wouldn't go through. I get a message saying the address is invalid (too many characters). Guess I'll try this other one.
Hi Chris, I tried to send the photos to the www.mcmartinville.com address, but it wouldn't go through. I get a message saying the address is invalid (toomany characters). Guess I'll try this other one.

Got 'em all.
i found it hard to suss out on the website too, will get back to you in a few days Chris with my updated details(and unfortunatly age too)
i found it hard to suss out on the website too, will get back to you in a few days Chris with my updated details(and unfortunatly age too)

I don't put my email address on the site outright, in order to reduce the spambots' success. Any user name "@mountainboomer.com" or "@mcmartinville.com" will reach me.