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RE: Southern Oklahoma Coachwhip, animated...

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Posted by: Shane_OK at Tue Jul 3 16:50:43 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Shane_OK ]  
   

Hi beladona, coachwhips are a common snake in many of Oklahoma's habitats, particularly in the central and western part of the state. Generally, you want to avoid wet, lowland areas and bleak agricultural expanses, though they will still pop up occasionally in those habitats. The best habitats are open grassland/savannah in the western half of the state, where you will see them quite frequently zipping across the road. Farther east, the best bet is the myriad of edge habitats created where forest, field, grassland, agriculture, etc. converge. Anywhere they occur, flipping artificial cover or limestone flags is one of the best ways to get your hands on them.

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